Anthony Zacharzewski is the director of the Democratic Society, a British non-profit organisation that promotes democracy, good debate and new models of participative government. In his earlier career, Anthony was a senior civil servant in the British Cabinet Office and worked on strategy and policy in HM Treasury, the Privy Council Office, Brighton & Hove City Council and the Department of Health.
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