Paul joined the Department of Political Economy at King's College London in 2019. His Doctoral Research focuses on the Significance of the 2015 EU Referendum Act to the Brexit outcome.
Paul is a teacher of Politics and Economics and Middle School Head of Year at Latymer Upper School in West London. He has been at Latymer for nine years. Prior to that he taught Politics and Economics at Queen's Park Community School in Kilburn.
Paul holds a BA in Geography and Management from Leeds University (1996) and an MBA in General and Strategic Management from Cass Business School, City University (2003). Prior to entering the teaching profession he was a management consultant.
Paul is the co-Author with Jason Farrell of Sky News of 'How to Lose a Referendum: The Definitive Story of Why the UK voted for Brexit'.
The Significance of the 2015 EU Referendum Act to the Brexit outcome.
- European integration
- Britain's role in the European Unity project
- Post-war British Politics
- Post-war British Political Economy
- Voting Behaviour
- Electoral systems