Remiss. We failed to spot a second Special Advisor appointment at the DCMS.
Aidan Corley, 27, has been in place since the end of last year. He comes via Sir Roger Manwood's School in Sandwich (A Foundation Co-Educational Grammar) and the University of Bath, where he studied Politics with International Relations. He's now struggling through on a salary somewhere under £52,999.
At the end of the last Conservative Administration, he toiled on the 2020 Conservative Group's paper "Sweating Our Assets", a report led by South Thanet MP Laura Sandys.
The Corley family beyond Aidan have a more artistic bent. Father John works in stained glass, and with wife Heather and younger son Myles, runs the Linden Hall Studio, an art gallery in Deal.