Duleep Allirajah

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Duleep Allirajah in 2005

Duleep Allirajah is a journalist associated with the libertarian anti-environmental LM network, through his involvement in Internet Freedom (defunct), co-founding of football supporters rights network Libero (defunct), the Institute of Ideas[1] and Spiked, for whom he writes a column on football. [2]

Duleep worked in the voluntary sector for 19 years and has 13 years experience in policy and influencing work. He has worked at: the Department of Social Security; as a benefits adviser; managing the welfare rights service at Action for Blind People for six years; and led on social security and employment issues at the RNID policy team. He was, for several years, a co-author of the Child Poverty Action Group’s National Welfare Rights Handbook. He is currently Policy Manager for Macmillan Cancer Support. [3]


References, Resources and Contact

Twitter: DuleepOffside


  1. Battle of Ideas 2007 festival biography, Accessed: 3 September 2007
  2. "Articles by Duleep Allirajah", Spiked website, accessed 2 May 2010
  3. ’[http://www.macmillan.org.uk/Aboutus/MediaCentre/OurSpokespeople.aspx#DynamicJumpMenuManager_2_Anchor_8 Our spokespeople]’ Macmillan website, accessed 7 September 2013