Working to make government more effective

Philip Nye is a Data Scientist at the Institute. 

He has responsibilities around the Institute’s data architecture and use of data visualisation, and contributes to the Institute’s outputs on reshuffles, education policy and government transparency, working mostly in Python and SQL. 

He joined the Institute in 2021 after previous experience in the civil service, at the National Audit Office, in journalism and at research organisation FFT Education Datalab. 

All work

21 NOV 2023 Explainer

2023 boundary changes

What is happening to constituency boundaries, and why? How are they changing? How are MPs affected?

30 OCT 2023 Report chapter

Performance Tracker 2023: Schools

A recruitment crisis, problems with pupil attendance and the presence of RAAC are all presenting challenges for schools.