Jonn Elledge is the editor of CityMetric.com, the New Statesman’s sister site covering all things urban. A journalist for over a decade, he has written on subjects including politics, urbanism, housing, education, and healthcare.
Prior to joining the staff in 2014, Jonn had been a long-time contributor to the New Statesman online, and for a period contributed a regular column under the heading, “Trying to understand why nothing works”. Between 2009 and 2014, he was the editor of EducationInvestor, the world’s leading business magazine for the education sector, as well as a commentator, consultant and event chair.
Jonn is also a contributing editor to Londonist, and has contributed articles to titles including the Guardian, the Telegraph and the Financial Times. He lives, inevitably, in north London.
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