Tom Scholes-Fogg is a Political and Current Affairs blogger, writer and co-editor of ‘What next for Labour? Ideas for a new generation‘ which was published in September 2011. More information about the book is available at www.whatnextforlabour.com.
Tom has held a number of positions within the Labour Party at branch, constituency and district level, and he is a member of the Co-operative Party.
Tom has particular interests in policing, counter-terrorism and defence. His supports the National Police Memorial Day and the Police Memorial Trust, and he holds a qualification in Policing, Investigation and Criminology.
His most recent work has been with the Independent Police Commission, led by Lord Stevens which was looking at the future of policing in England and Wales. The Commission’s report is due out in the middle of 2013. Tom is currently working for a law firm in the UK.
Tom has appeared in the media on television and radio to talk about current affairs – further information is available on the link below. If you’re on Twitter you can follow him at @tscholesfogg or if you’re on Facebook you can ‘like’ the page.
He regularly writes for other blogs and publications on a number of
You can find out about Tom ‘in the press’ by clicking here.