By Jonathan Isaby
It was announced yesterday that Douglas Murray (pictured) and his staff at the Centre for Social Cohesion have joined the Henry Jackson Society.
The Henry Jackson Society will now oversee and co-ordinate research on radicalisation and extremism within Britain, although the CSC will continue to update legacy projects.
As part of the reorganisation, CSC Director Douglas Murray becomes an Associate Director of the Henry Jackson Society.
Alan Mendoza, Executive Director of the Henry Jackson Society, said of the changes:
"We're extremely pleased to see the joining together of staff from our two respected think tanks, both of which have a proven commitment to the security and longevity of democratic values both at home and abroad. Douglas and I are very much looking forward to expanding the programme, activities and output of the Henry Jackson Society to meet the pressing public policy challenges facing Britain and the world today."