Andrew Pendleton

Director, Policy & Advocacy

Andrew works across NEF’s themes, supporting and working with colleagues to develop policy and strategies to bring about change. Before joining NEF, Andrew spent five years as head of campaigns at Friends of the Earth where he oversaw major campaigns on bees and fracking. Prior to that he worked at IPPR as associate director for climate change, energy and transport, and on climate, energy, trade and finance with Christian Aid. Andrew worked in broadcast journalism for ten years, winning two Sony Radio Awards for his work supporting communities in Nottingham to gain access to airtime, and also as a reporter and producer.

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It’s not too late to nationalise British Steel

Andrew Pendleton writes for New Statesman

Imagining a new social contract

Our public services and social security safety net are in tatters. Here's how to rebuild them.

In the Shadow of Kinder Scout

Andrew Pendleton writes for Tribune

Is HS2 going to be scrapped?

Andrew Pendleton on BBC Radio 4 Today Programme

A rail network for everyone

Probing HS2 and its alternatives

Deprived towns fund is insignificant compared with staggering cuts

Reversing the damage done by austerity will take more than this paltry offer

Skyrocketing household debt

A nightmare for families and bad news for the economy

FCA should go further and impose cap on overdraft fees to stop banks profiting from people’s misery

Anti-fracking protesters should be celebrated not imprisoned

Climate change is accelerating, yet peaceful protesters face harsh sentences

Inclusive ownership funds will build better businesses

Labour has signed up. Will other parties rise to the challenge?

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