Philip Gould (Lord Gould of Brookwood) was one of the key pollsters at the heart of the New Labour project. He died on 6 November 2011.
In August 2007, it was revealed that Tony Blair would receive a large compensation for his memoirs. According to Colin Brown:
- Mr Murdoch, chief executive of HarperCollins' parent company, News Corporation, was thought to have done a handshake deal with the former prime minister in 2006, according to The Bookseller. But Random House also has strong links with Mr Blair through its UK chief executive Gail Rebuck, whose husband, Philip Gould, was one of the architects of new Labour.
- Member of advisory board of Polis
- Member of advisory board of Pepsico UK
- Non executive Director for Freud Communications
- Chairman of Philip Gould Associates
- Colin Brown, Blair hires Clinton's agent to seek £8m memoir deal, Independent, 17 August 2007.
- House Of Lords Register of Lords InterestsDecember 16 2008,Accessed December 20 1008