Tim works in Flint’s policy and political practice.
He joined Flint from the Treasury where he was a senior adviser to both Philip Hammond and Sajid Javid. Tim provided advice across economic and fiscal policy, including on personal and business taxation, Industrial Strategy, energy and productivity. Prior to that, Tim was a Special Adviser at the Ministry of Justice and the Cabinet Office.
Before entering politics, Tim spent six years as a corporate lawyer at the City firm Slaughter and May, working on a broad range of M&A and equity capital markets work.
Key points: For the first time Chancellor Rishi Sunak will deliver a fiscal event no longer dominated by Covid support. The Spending Review and Budget should finally put some flesh on the bones of the government’s core agenda: levelling up and net zero. But the prime minister needs (and wants) to address a range of […]
Tim Pitt, Flint Partner and former adviser to Philip Hammond and Sajid Javid was a guest on last week’s Chopper’s Politics podcast discussing how the autumn tax and spending choices are shaping up, and why stories about No10 and No11 being at loggerheads are a refreshing sign of the world getting back to normal.
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