Prospect Magazine has awarded the Centre for Social Justice‘s “Breakthrough Britain report" ("Ending the costs of social breakdown”). The report published last year won the Magazine’s Publication of the Year Award. The Royal United Services Institution won the overall think tank of the year award with the IFS the runner up. Iain Duncan Smith accepted the award on behalf of the CSJ, which he founded in 2003, from George Osborne.
IDS has written for today’s Times about the consequences of a recession for indebtedness and of indebtedness for family breakdown. The article is here and reproduced below is the accompanying graphic (click on the graphic to enlarge):