Working to make government more effective

Jill Rutter is a Senior Fellow.  She worked at the Institute from 2009 to 2019, leading work on Brexit, policy making and arm’s length bodies.  Before joining the Institute she spent most of her career in the civil service, working at HM Treasury, No.10 and most recently at the Department of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs.  

Jill is a regular commentator on a wide range of issues about government, the civil service and Brexit.  She is employed as a Senior Research Fellow at UK in a Changing Europe and Kings College London. She is an adviser to the National Infrastructure Commission on net zero and to Westminster Council’s Energy and Green Transition Commission.  

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