Events

Politeia's events. If you are interested in attending any of our events, then please e-mail secretary2@politeia.co.uk to apply. Places are limited at events with an asterisk.

Forthcoming Politeia Events

Forthcoming events include:

Politeia at Conservative Party Conference
5th and 6th October, Manchester
 
A European Energy Union: Will it Work for the UK?
Dr Ian Duncan MEP, Committee on Industry, Research and Energy
Professor Michael Grubb, Professor of International Energy and Climate Change, UCL
14th September 2015
 
The Law Commission’s Codification of Sentencing,                   Professor David Ormerod QC, Criminal Law Commissioner,
19th October 2015
 
Enriching Natural Capital - Promoting Economic Growth
Dr Dieter Helm, Professor of Energy Policy, University of Oxford
5th November 2015, (12- 1.30p.m)
 
Disclosure of Evidence in Criminal Trials,
Rt Hon Dominic Grieve QC MP,
Professor Ian Dennis, Director, Centre for Criminal Law, UCL
2nd December 2015
 
 

Policing and the Rule of Law

 

Policing and The Rule of Law -
Whose Law? What Powers?
 
Rt Hon David Davis MP, former Shadow Home Secretary
Lord Balir of Boughton, Former Met Commissioner 2005-08
 
Tuesday 9th June 2015, 7 - 8.30 p.m.
PLEASE NOTE THE LATER STARTING TIME OF 7 FOR 7.30 P.M
 
Policing and counter-terrorism are now the spotlight. Police powers have increased under Conservative and Labour governments - with fresh surveillance and counter-terrorism powers now planned.
 
These have, however, prompted concern.
 

New Publication

Paying for the Future:
Healthcare, Pensions and the Size of the State
 
Dr  Ludger Schuknecht
German Federal Ministry of Finance

Thursday 19th March, 6.30 - 7.30 pm

In the run up to May’s General Election, Britain’s leaders face big questions about healthcare and pensions. They, like other western economies, also face even bigger questions about the size of the state and public spending - if the economy is to grow.

In the UK, France and Germany, as populations age, one central question will be how to meet demand as public spending and debt levels are reduced. What lessons can be learned from other countries on funding effective, competitive systems?

Energy Series

Shale Gas: Securing the UK’s energy supply

Thursday 5th March, 12 —1pm
East India Club, 16 St James’s Square, London, SW1Y 4LH
 
 

Professor Robert Mair, Professor of Civil Engineering, Cambridge

Rt Hon Peter Lilley MP, Energy Select Committee

 

As the UK prepares for the next general election, energy, its cost and security, will be a focus in the campaign. What role should Shale Gas play?

Economic Series

 Competing for Success:

 Why Free Trade Is Good News!

 Lord Livingston,
Minister of State for Trade and Investment
 
Wednesday 11thMarch, 6.30-7.30 pm
 Ironmongers’ Hall, Shaftesbury Place, Barbican, London EC2Y 8AA

 

Britain's economic prosperity has long been linked to free trade. For sustained economic recovery and future growth, free trade will be vital. So will the forging of new free trade agreements, including the big prize - the free trade agreement with the United States (Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership, TTIP).​

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