Changes at CentreForum

Two significant changes of staff are happening at the CentreForum think tank, with current director Julian Astle leaving in April after three years as director and with Tim Leunig joining as Chief Economist. Tim will be familiar to many of our readers as a regular commenter and occasional contributor on this site.

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  • Matthew Huntbach 28th Feb '11 - 9:53pm

    I read Tim Leunig’s article in last week Times Higher Education and, well unfortunately I shall fall foul of LibDem Voice’s censorship mechanism if I wrote what I thought. But basically, NOT impressed.

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