is a senior adviser to Tony Blair. A former marketing
and advertising executive, he runs a strategic and political
consultancy with President Bill Clinton's strategy and
polling aides James Carville and Stanley Greenberg.
An adviser to Labor since 1985, Gould is one of the
chief architects of the modernization of the party.
As well as his work in Britain and the United States,
where he worked on the last two Clinton presidential
campaigns, he has advised left-of-center parties from
Germany to Jamaica. He lives with his wife and two children
in North London.