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Jill Kirby

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Jill Christine Kirby is a former Director of the Centre for Policy Studies think-tank.

Early life[edit]

She was born Jill Christine Fernie in Bedford. She attended Rugby High School for Girls.[citation needed]

She studied Law at the University of Bristol, and qualified as a solicitor in 1981.[citation needed] She worked in the City of London in commercial litigation and employment law.


She was Director from 2007-11 of the Centre for Policy Studies, a centre-right think tank.[1]

Personal life[edit]

She married Richard Kirby in 1985.

In May 2002 she stood as a Conservative candidate for Southwark Council, and was unsuccessful.[2] She lives in rural Warwickshire.


External links[edit]

Civic offices
Preceded by
Director of the Centre for Policy Studies
2007 - January 2011
Succeeded by
Tim Knox

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