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Think Tank Awards 2017: Who won?

At our annual awards, held on 10th July, the big brains were focused on the dangers of division

By Prospect Team   August 2017

Joseph Rowntree Foundation claim the Think Tank of the Year trophy, plus the customary “tank top for the top tank. Photo: Bob Fallon

After the Brexit vote and the election of Donald Trump, it seemed fair enough to expect—and perhaps hope—that 2017 would be a year of relative quiet. Not so. We’ve had swirling political chaos in the United States, the first bruising rounds of the Brexit haggle—and the small matter of a general election.

Reading this year’s entries for the Think Tank Awards, one theme emerged—the challenges posed…

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