Joshua Dawson

Editor


Joshua Dawson is a Politics and International Relations graduate from the University of Nottingham, where he specialised in British and Comparative Politics, as well as researching 20th Century drug policy and the influence of indigenous rights on Australian voters. He also has knowledge and experience of education and education policy through time spent working in the British and Australian education systems.

Tom Bromwich

Political reporter


Tom Bromwich is a politics graduate from the University of Warwick. He has advised prominent US politicians such as Vice President Kamala Harris, Mayor Andrew Gillum, and former Senator Bill Nelson. He also hosted an award-winning student radio show, contributed to Warwick’s current affairs magazine, and is a former editor of Comment Central.

Constance Simms

Deputy Editor


Constance Simms is the Deputy Editor of Comment Central. Constance is a University of Oxford graduate in Modern Languages. In addition to university editorial experience, she has interned in the political division of NTV Berlin and has a particular interest in European affairs.

Jack Mountney

Political Reporter


Jack Mountney is an entrepreneur, a small-business owner, and an aspiring writer with an interest in UK, European, and Trans-Atlantic politics. His articles have ranged from the Government’s handling of coronavirus, to Trump’s chances in 2024.

Tom Hewitt

Deputy Editor


Tom Hewitt is a recent MSc graduate in Nationalism Studies from the University of Edinburgh. Previously he studied History at the University of Bristol and interned for a senior MP.

Olivia Fox

Reporter


Olivia Fox is a recent Politics and International Relations graduate from the University of Southampton. She was a member of the Politics Society and contributed to the student magazine.

Ed Clements

Reporter


Edward Clements is a recent MA graduate in History and Politics from University College London. He specialised in 20th century US history with a particular interest in the civil rights movement. He previously studied Philosophy and History at Newcastle University.