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Latest News from the Legatum Institute

Tuesday, 3 January 2017

We are delighted to announce that Danny Kruger has joined the Legatum Institute as a Senior Fellow. Danny has founded and chairs two organisations working respectively with prisoners and ex-offenders Only Connect and with children and young people West London Zone. Prior to this work he was chief speechwriter to David Cameron, chief leader writer at The Daily Telegraph, and director of research at the Centre for Policy Studies. 

Publications

A Tide that Lifts All Boats? Response to the Schools Green Paper

Monday, 12 December 2016

Legatum Institute Senior Fellow, James O'Shaughnessy, is the author of a new Legatum Institute paper that offers a response to the Department for Education’s Green Paper Schools That Work for Everyone.

Events

48:52—Healing a Divided Britain—2016 Conservative Party Conference

Sunday, 2 October 2016

The Legatum Institute and the Centre for Social Justice launched a new joint report that analyses why Britons voted the way they did in June's EU Referendum. The report also offers the Government a roadmap for how to unite a divided country, whilst ensuring those living in poverty have the chance to move towards a more meaningful and prosperous live.

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48:52—Healing a Divided Britain

Saturday, 1 October 2016

The Legatum Institute and the Centre for Social Justice have published a joint report that analyses why those who voted to leave the EU chose to do so, and how the UK Government can bridge the gap between people who are benefiting from a more globally connected world and those who fear for their, and their children’s, future.

Press Release

'Tough on Brexit, Tough On the Causes of Brexit’, Urge Leading Think Tanks

Wednesday, 28 September 2016

LONDON—A major new study published today has found the vote to leave the EU was part of a “deeper malaise” in British society, and calls on Theresa May to continue wide-ranging social reform to address the real causes of the Brexit vote.

Commentary

May’s 48/52 Challenge

Friday, 15 July 2016

The newly announced “48:52” project from the Legatum Institute and the Centre for Social Justice will seek to analyse why people made the choice they did in the EU Referendum and heal the divisions caused by it, as laid out by Lord James O’Shaughnessy, Senior Fellow at the Legatum Institute and Baroness Stroud, Executive Director at the Centre for Social Justice (Conservative Home)

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The Legatum Institute and the Centre for Social Justice Launch Joint Research Project

Thursday, 7 July 2016

The Rt. Hon. Michael Gove, MP, gave keynote remarks at the Legatum Institute's 2016 Summer Party. The event also marked the launch of the '48:52' project, a collaboration between the Legatum Institute and the CSJ, which will produce a roadmap aimed at uniting the country and ensuring that all Britons have the chance to move from poverty to prosperity.

Press Release

Britain Will Remain a Divided Nation Unless the Next Prime Minister Reaches Out to the ‘Have Nots’, Warns Two Top Think Tanks

Wednesday, 6 July 2016

LONDON—Two of the country’s leading think tanks, Centre for Social Justice and Legatum Institute, have warned the next Prime Minister that Britain will remain a divided nation unless he or she can truly understand why such a large part of the country has lost faith in mainstream politics.

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Legatum Institute Appoints Lord O’Shaughnessy as a Senior Fellow

Thursday, 4 February 2016

LONDON—The Legatum Institute is delighted to announce the appointment of Lord (James) ​O’Shaughnessy as a Senior Fellow.