Our Team

Luke Springthorpe and Nabil Najjar: Directors

Nabil Najjar MCIPR, has been actively involved in political campaigns, media management and public relations for several years. He is currently managing director of Delta Strategies Limited, having previously worked in Parliament, and as Youth Campaign Co-ordinator for Boris Johnson’s successful re-election campaign for Mayor of London,  and as Political Adviser to Shaun Bailey. He is currently a Councillor in Wiltshire.
Nabil is a prominent member of the London Conservative Party, and was a member of the Party’s Regional Executive from 2013-2014. In 2015, Nabil co-edited Smart Government, a policy manifesto produced by one of the UK’s leading thinktanks.
Nabil is also a competent media performer, appearing regularly on LBC 97.3 and France 24. He has also provided comment for BBC Radio 4London Live, The Spectator, VICE Magazine, The Commentator and other local and national media outlets.

Luke Springthorpe is a longstanding member of the Conservative party, and has held a number of posts within the voluntary party as well as standing for election to Croydon council in 2014.

Professionally, he works in The City and has worked for a number of large firms starting out at Charles Stanley, and currently at FTSE 250 firm Jardine Lloyd Thompson.
A graduate of the University of Manchester, he has published a number of research papers for think tanks as well as comment pieces for outlets such as Huffington Post, City AM and Conservative Home.



Mo Metcalf-Fisher: Online Editor

Mo joined the Conservative Party in 2007 and currently advises a Member of Parliament. During his time at the University of Essex, he served as chairman of the campus association. Within this role he pushed for students to take part in local council elections and regularly represented the party at debates.
A keen writer, he has contributed to books and regularly writes for outlets such as ConHome, City AM and The Commentator. He has also appeared on TV and takes part in multiple radio shows. During Britain’s EU referendum, Mo was a keen advocate for Vote Leave.