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Dan Corry is a British was the head of the Number 10 Policy Unit for British Prime Minister Gordon Brown. He was employed as a special adviser. After leaving Number 10, he became director of the economics division of FTI Consulting then in 2011 head of the think tank New Philanthropy Capital.
- Hudson, Sophie (6 September 2011). "Dan Corry to head New Philanthropy Capital". Third Sector. Retrieved 8 July 2017.
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