Loughborough University London
Tim is a Senior Lecturer in the Institute for Diplomacy & International Governance at Loughborough University's London campus.
He is an expert in Brexit, British politics (and UK foreign, security and defence policy), London, European politics, transatlantic relations, and security studies. For several years his research has been focused on Brexit, not least what it means for the rest of Europe. His two recent books on Brexit are Understanding Brexit: A Concise Introduction (BUP, 2018) and Europe’s Brexit: EU Perspectives on Britain’s Vote to Leave (Agenda, 2018).
Tim is from Crewe, Cheshire and was educated at the University of Liverpool before taking an MSc from the LSE, followed by a PhD in the LSE's Department of International Relations.
Between 2017-18 he was a Jean Monnet Fellow at the European University Institute in Florence. He is an Associate of LSE IDEAS, has taught at LSE, UCL and the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst, been a visiting fellow at NYU, and worked at research institutions in London, Berlin and Washington D.C., as well as in the British House of Lords and the European Parliament.