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Sports Think Tank - A fully independent think tank dedicated to the most thorough and insightful thinking around sporting policy in the UK

"A sports think tank would be a great legacy from the 2012 games, enabling future generations to benefit from long term, well researched, and evidence-based sports policy making in the UK" Seb Coe

Sports Think Tank

Sports Think Tank

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WC2E 9ED
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+44 20 3239 3380
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http://www.sportsthinktank.com

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Sport and the Scottish Referendum

In the event of a 'Yes' vote, should the UK continue to fund Scottish athletes?
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Sport and the Scottish Referendum

Wed, 17 Sep 2014 13:41

Sport and the Scottish Referendum

With the historic vote on the Scottish Referendum on independence only a day away we know one thing: that whatever the outcome politically the UK will never be the same again. While the impact of a 'no' vote is likely to have little impact on sport in the longer term, divining the likely consequences...

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The Governance Tipping Point

8th Sep, 2014

Founder of sports governance consultancy I Trust Sport, Rowland Jack argues in this recent article that we could be on the cusp of a major catastrophe in sports governance, one that could spell major changes...

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1st Sep, 2014

After recent controversy at The Premier League, Alan Hubbard of The Independent newspaper reports that there now exists pressure for an influential and trusted figure to take over the position of Chairman...

PHE Publish Health Survey Findings

1st Sep, 2014

Public Health England has published the results of a public opinion survey, including the finding that obesity is the third most concerning health issue among those polled, after cancer and dementia. Drug...

About Us

Launched in 2011, the Sports Think Tank is a fully independent think tank dedicated to the most thorough and insightful thinking around sporting policy in the UK.

"A sports think tank would be a great legacy from the 2012 games, enabling future generations to benefit from a long term, well researched, and evidence based sports policy in the UK." Seb Coe