Working to make government more effective

Nathaniel Amos

Former Research Assistant

Nathaniel was a research assistant on the public bodies team, contributing to the teams work on improving the creation, abolition and governance processes of public bodies. He also contributed to the teams research on economic regulators. He holds an MSc in Public Policy and a BA in History and Politics.  

Nathaniel has previously worked in parliament, as well as in the Cambridge Middle East and North Africa Forum where he studied the Libyan Conflict and as an English teacher in Cadiz. He enjoys swimming and will complete his first Ironman in May. He speaks English and Spanish.  

All work

26 JUL 2023 Explainer

Office for Students

The Office for Students (OfS) is the independent regulator of higher education in England.

12 JUN 2023 Explainer

UK Health Security Agency

What is the UK Health Security Agency (UKSHA)? What does it do? How is it organised?

05 MAY 2023 Explainer


What is Ofcom and what does it do?

07 MAR 2023 Explainer

Football governance

What is the government’s new football governance white paper?

07 MAR 2023 Explainer


Ofwat is the economic regulator for the water and sewage sectors in England and Wales. But how does it work?

31 JAN 2023 Report chapter

Whitehall Monitor 2023: Overview

This edition of Whitehall Monitor assesses the change, performance and priorities of the civil service.