In a context where neither of the main parties are currently talking about the issues of deep poverty and hardship, this briefing sets out what key swing voters think about these issues. It looks at how they view the main parties’ current positioning on this agenda, to help inform party strategy and policy ahead of the next election.
Daisy previously worked in a wide variety of policy and campaigning roles, including Head of the Climate and Energy team at Greenpeace UK and Head of the Policy and Campaigns team at the Fawcett Society, the UK’s leading women’s rights organisation. She has worked in central government where she led the UK’s compliance with UN gender equality mechanisms, and supported a cross-bench Peer to undertake an independent review of how rape complaints are handled by public authorities. Daisy has a first-class degree in Women’s Studies and leads campaigning work across JRF’s three key outcome areas of work, social security and housing, as well as on JRF's overall political strategy.