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Life and career
He regularly appears on national TV and radio, appearing on Newsnight, the Daily Politics Show, BBC News, Sky News, Channel 4 News. Radio 4, Radio 5 and LBC Radio. He provides frequent analysis for national newspapers and magazines, writing for The Daily Telegraph, The Guardian, The Independent, The Daily Mail, The Spectator, The New Statesman and Prospect Magazine.
Shorthouse was previously a Research Fellow for the think tank the Social Market Foundation and was part of the team that won Prospect Magazine’s Think Tank of the Year in 2012. Prior to 2010, he was a researcher for Rt Hon David Willetts MP when he was Shadow Education Secretary, where he authored the Conservative Party’s Childhood Review, and an adviser to the Conservative Party on families and education.
Shorthouse is a Visiting Fellow of King's College London. He is a trustee of the Young Women's Trust and the Early Intervention Foundation, and was previously a trustee for the Family and Childcare Trust and the Daycare Trust.
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- Shorthouse, Ryan (26 February 2014). "Of course the Conservatives should be the party for workers. But they must also be the party for those out of work". The Independent.
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