CentreForum is an independent, liberal think-tank that seeks to develop evidence-based, long-term policy solutions to the problems facing Britain. It is based in Westminster, London, and was formerly known as Centre for Reform.

The organisation, chaired by Paul Marshall, is linked by many to the Liberal Democrats. Many prominent Liberal Democrat politicians are involved in CentreForum including David Laws MP, Nick Clegg MP, Dr Vince Cable MP and Lord Ashdown. However, it is independent from the party and its board members include the Labour Party MP Natascha Engel, Labour Peer Lord Myners and the Conservative MPs David Willetts and Nick Boles as well as several prominent journalists and academics.

More information on the Wikipedia page [1].

The website is [2].

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