IEA Brexit Prize: Winner announced

Iain Mansfield, a 30 year old member of the diplomatic service based at the British embassy in Manila, has been announced as the winner of the €100,000 IEA Brexit Prize. Iain's winning entry, A Blueprint for Britain: Openness not Isolation outlines a blueprint for Britain after the EU in the event of an 'Out' vote in a referendum on the European Union. You can find out more about the winner here. 

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By Anna Rowlands and Philip Booth, 23rd Apr 2014 ( comments)

Institutions of welfare should start from the family and move on to the extended family, the community, commercial and mutual institutions, unions, the Church, and so on. The state should not be a monopoly provider. But neither should the state be the partner, planner or designer of other welfare institutions in society – it is too powerful for that role.

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