Sarah Neville is the public policy editor for the Financial Times. She has been with the paper for more than a decade, working in senior editing positions, including analysis editor and UK news editor. She began her career as a reporter on the Rochdale Observer, a bi-weekly newspaper in northern England. She moved to the Western Mail, Wales' national newspaper, where she wrote about health and the arts. She joined Pulse, a medical magazine, before moving to Westminster as political correspondent, then political editor, for the Yorkshire Post.