Daniel Moylan is an elder statesman of London government, much in demand for his insights and advice. He has served as Deputy Leader of Kensington and Chelsea Council, Deputy Chairman of Transport for London under Boris Johnson, Chairman of London Councils Transport and Environment Committee and Chairman of the London Legacy Development Corporation during the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games. He is known for his radical, can-do approach to improving the cityscape and for bringing down the last remnants of the London Underground PPP. He is currently a backbench Conservative councillor in Kensington and Chelsea and co-Chairman of Urban Design London.
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"Who would choose to go to a session on free will at 10:30 on a Sunday morning? A few hundred of the most engaged, passionate and discursive participants I have encountered. As a neuroscientist on the panel I felt my science was aired and challenged in exemplary fashion. As a passionate believer in engagement I couldn’t have been more delighted."
Daniel Glaser, head, special projects, public engagement, Wellcome Trust