Philip Collins

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Phil Collins is a special adviser at the Number 10 Policy Unit. He was previously director at the Social Market Foundation, but left after the 2005 general election to take up a post 'as a speech writer and strategic thinker. He has written widely on public service reform and for a while had sought a Labour seat.'[1]

Collins was scheduled to attend a Scottish Labour Party fringe event in Perth in April 2002, sponsored by the SMF and Scottish Power titled 'Corporate Social Responsibility - Who Cares?' Evidently Collins didn't as he was too busy playing football to bother showing up.[2]


  1. ^,9061,1481113,00.html
  2. ^'Corporate Social Responsibility - Who Cares? 18 April 2002, Scottish Labour Party Conference, Perth. Transcript of session.