Matthew Kilcoyne
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Generation 2015 profiles: Matthew Kilcoyne

I grew up in Marford, a small village in North East Wales, with Irish and Scottish ancestry and English parents.

I've always had a British identity. For three years I was at university in York, studying the dreaded PPE, before heading to Cardiff for work on a financial services graduate scheme and master's degree.

After a year working in Cardiff I've moved across to the London office in the City, working as an underwriter.

I've lived in a small village in North Wales, a small historic city in the north of England, the capital of Wales and now Britain's (and Europe's) largest and most diverse conurbation.

Education, devolution and the economy are the issues that drive my interest in politics. It's graduated, managed and positive change that I want to see, that lets people plan while also securing better outcomes for future generations.

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  • 30 Mar 2015
  • From the section UK
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