Ben is Policy Adviser on the ABI’s Motor and Liability team. He has responsibility for managing and developing ABI’s policy positions on a range of motor and liability issues including: road safety, especially for young drivers; driverless cars; telematics; and managing the ABI’s strategic relationship with vehicle manufacturers. Before joining the ABI in 2015 he spent three years working for a public affairs consultancy as research manager, and previously spent more than four years at DeHavilland, where he was a Parliamentary Analyst and then Operations Manager. He joined DeHavilland after completing an internship in the office of Labour MP Fiona Mactaggart. He has a BA in History and Politics and an MRes in Economic and Social History, both from the University of Exeter.