Hosted by the BBC's Fiona Bruce - who revealed to the audience that she had herself spent a brief period as a consultant - the awards were once again voted a great success by all those who attended. The coveted Platinum Award was lifted by Atos Consulting for their remarkable project on behalf of the DFID, working across numerous Balkan police and juducial systems to deliver a real difference to the quailty of citizen's lives. For full details of all the award winners, follow this link.
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