Joel Suss joined the LSE PPG in January 2012 and holds a Masters degree in Public Administration from the LSE. Hailing from Montréal, Canada, where he earned a BA in Political Science from Concordia University, Joel now lives and works in London and is editor of the LSE’s British Politics and Policy blog.

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