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Reform (UK think tank)

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Reform is a free market British think-tank that describes itself as an "independent, non-party think tank whose mission is to set out a better way to deliver public services and economic prosperity." [1]

"We believe that by liberalising the public sector, breaking monopoly and extending choice, high quality services can be made available for everyone. Our vision is of a Britain with 21st Century healthcare, high standards in schools, a modern and efficient transport system, safe streets, and a free, dynamic and competitive economy," it states. [2] (The May 2004 version of the groups self-description is archived here). Andrew Haldenby co-founded the neo-liberal think-tank Reform with Nick Herbert in December 2001.[3]

Advisory Board

Accessed July 2012: [1]

Former Advisory Council

Reform's Advisory Council "comprises leading academics, professionals, business people and commentators".

Staff

Contact information

45 Great Peter Street
London, SW1P 3LT
Tel: 020 7799 6699
Fax: 020 7233 4446
E-mail: info AT reform.co.uk
Web: http://www.reform.co.uk

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References

  1. Reform (UK think tank) Advisory Council, organizational web page, accessed July 2, 2012.