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Policy Exchange is a neoconservative think tank with close ties to Conservative leader David Cameron.[1] It was launched in April 2002 by Francis Maude and Archie Norman with Nicholas Boles as its founding director.[2] It is part of the Stockholm Network.[3]

The Guardian noted in 2008 that Policy Exchange's pamphlets on Islam had attracted 'protracted and serious controversy'.[4]

External Resources

References

  1. Andy Beckett, What can they be thinking?, The Guardian, 26 September 2008.
  2. Ed Vaizey, The New Breed of Policy Wonk is a Doer and a Thinker, Sunday Times, 14 July 2002.
  3. Thnk Tank details, Stockholm Network, accessed 7 April 2009.
  4. Andy Beckett, What can they be thinking?, The Guardian, 26 September 2008.