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Sophia Worringer grew up in Istanbul and Liverpool and moved to London to study history at King’s College London, where she graduated with a first-class degree and an award winning dissertation. Since graduating she has worked for a Conservative Member of the House of Lords on a Government commissioned report on family ties for women in prison. Sophia then worked for a Senior Conservative MP on issues ranging from foreign policy to social justice. Sophia is now Head of Research – State of the Nation for the Centre for Social Justice, a centre right think tank looking at poverty and disadvantage. Sophia has written articles for ConservativeHome. Sophia is married to James and lives in West London.