Sport and the EU Referendum
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Mon, 20 Mar 2017 10:50
One of the basic requirements of a civilised society is that the law and enforcement agencies will protect the innocent and ensure that right and justice prevails.
That is until it comes to one of the scourges of the modern age, fly tipping: when a third party can break into your property, claim squatters...
15th Mar, 2017
The Culture, Media and Sport Committee has published further responses from Team Sky.
24th Feb, 2017
London 2012 promised to 'Inspire a Generation' to take up sport but it and Rio 2016 managed to convince no more than seven per cent of the country to do so, according to a new survey.
Only four per cent...
18th Jan, 2017
The number of people working in the sport sector has surged by almost 10 per cent since London 2012, according to government statistics.
In 2015, there were 1.2m jobs in the sport sector, accounting for...
Thu, 23 Feb 2017 16:47
It has been no surprise that following the rejection by UK Sport of the appeals made by 7 sports over their funding bids for Tokyo 2020 the focus has been on the so-called No Compromise system and its implications for Sport. We have covered this ongoing debate at the Think Tanks for a number of years but this week has caused more reaction than at any other time.
Tue, 27 Dec 2016 09:28
A remarkable year for all sorts of reasons, but 2016 just didn't know when to stop producing stories and news.
As we head towards the end of the year the excellent summary from Dan Roan - 2016 The Year Sport Refused to stop is probably the best place to start and finish. It can't be bettered to summarise what in general has been a good year for sport 'on the pitch/track/road/court etc but not so great outside.
Sun, 27 Nov 2016 17:13
With so much good news about the performance of sport and the positive messages about the social impact of sport it is all too easy to forget the 'dark side' of the sports world. We are massive sport fans at the Sports Think Tank but we know we should never be complacent about the issues facing the sector.