Preslav Tonkov

Preslav Tonkov

Preslav Tonkov


Preslav supports a number of clients in the financial services, outsourcing and market structure sectors with their public affairs and corporate communications efforts. He holds a First Class Degree in International Relations from the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) and also spent a year studying abroad at the University of California, Berkeley.

Preslav is an avid Liverpool supporter and enjoys Russian literature as well as political and moral philosophy.


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A Fair Game

What the recent problems in elite sport can teach us about the future of capitalism? In the Tyranny of Merit, philosopher Michael Sandel outlines the problem with our modern conception of meritocracy. We tend to champion meritocracy as an ideal

Workplace or woke-place?

Capitalism is always changing. No idea better encapsulates this than Joseph Schumpeter’s notion of “creative destruction”: the incessant innovation mechanism by which new products and services replace outdated ones is at the heart of the modern economic machine. If we transfer

The paradox of free speech

In The Open Society and its Enemies, Karl Popper argued that unlimited tolerance must lead to the disappearance of tolerance. Intolerant groups will use their platform to dominate public discourse and institutions to destroy tolerance. Thus free speech can only

The Price of Freedom

Jean Paul-Sartre famously remarked that humanity is “condemned” to be free because freedom comes at the cost of being responsible for all the actions one takes. These words have might have echoed in the boardrooms of Facebook over the last


Has society been infantilised by the state’s actions during the pandemic? In his essay On Liberty, John Stuart Mill argued that the only reason state power can be rightfully exercised over another member of society against their will is to “prevent