Shaun Bailey – Page 10

Shaun’s work is supported in part by voluntary donations. To make a contribution, please send a cheque made payable to the Shaun Bailey’s Youth Fund, c/o The Centre for Policy Studies, 57 Tufton Street, London SW1P 3QL with a covering note mentioning this pamphlet.

The Centre for Policy Studies was founded by Sir Keith Joseph and Margaret Thatcher in 1974 and is one of Britain’s best-known and most respected centre-right policy research centres. Its Chairman is Lord Blackwell, a former Head of the Prime Minister’s Policy Unit with extensive business experience. Its Director is Ruth Lea, whose career spans the civil service, the City, the media (ITN). She was also the Head of the Policy Unit at the Institute of Directors. The CPS is the champion of the small state. It believes people should be enabled and encouraged to live free and responsible lives. It tirelessly promotes Britain as an independent and democratic country. This is an exciting agenda for the 21st century – and the right agenda for the 21st century.

The role of the Centre for Policy Studies is twofold. First, it is to develop a coherent, yet practical, alternative set of policies that roll back the state, reform public services, support families and challenge the threats to Britain’s independence. Policies are one thing but the CPS is committed to producing policies that can be put into action.

Second, it is to create the environment in which these policies can be adopted by government. The CPS seeks to influence and persuade government, politicians, the media and other opinion formers that these policies would, if enacted, significantly change and improve people’s lives.

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