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Forthcoming Event at Politeia

Stable, Secure, Prosperous and Free:

What’s Best for Britain and a Global World

Setting Britain Free 

Thursday 9th of June, 7– 8p.m. 

Rt Hon Mark Francois MP, Minister of State, DCLG

Jacob Rees-Mogg MP, Treasury Select Committee

Rt Hon Dr Liam Fox MP, Defence Secretary (2010-11)

As the EU Referendum campaign gathers pace, Politeia’s series continue.

What of the claims made about Britain’s economy, her place in the world, her defence and security and, above all, the right of her people to govern themselves?

On Thursday 9thJune, 7-8 p.m, Politeia will host a special meeting with three distinguished parliamentarians, whose knowledge and experience of the big questions of government is second to none.

The UK Economy and The EU: What Options after the Referendum?

Tuesday 10th May 12.30 - 1.30 p.m.

Roger Bootle, Executive Chairman, Capital Economics

To Respond - Dr Gerard Lyons, Chef Economic Advisor to the London Mayor, Boris Johnson

East India Club, 16 St James’s Square, SW1Y 4LH

In the run up to the June referendum on whether the UK leaves or stays in the EU, Politeia's special series focuses on some of the vital questions, beginning with the UK economy.

On Tuesday 10th May, Roger Bootle, Chairman, Capital Economics, will be at Politeia to consider the economic implications of the EU referendum vote.


Michael Howard on ‘Time to Leave’
Uniform Law imposed by Brussels is ‘fundamentally flawed’

The Rt Hon Lord (Michael) Howard,
Leader of the Conservative Party (2003-05) and Home Secretary (1993-97)
Below is the text of the lecture given by Lord Howard to Politeia on 22nd March at the Army and Navy Club,London.
I am grateful to Politeia for giving me the opportunity to make this speech.

I am also very grateful to all of you for coming along. You are an awe inspiring audience which I approach with considerable trepidation.

I am going to begin by saying a few words about the world in which we live.

In some respects it’s a good news story.


Right or Wrong - the SRA's proposals
forTraining the Profession?


Professor Anthony Bradney, Keele University
Professor Peter Crisp, BPP University

Wednesday 3rd February, 11-30a.m. - 1p.m.

Politeia's Justice Series will be holding a special round table to consider the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA)’s new proposals for the training of the profession, for which it is the regulatory body forsolicitors in England and Wales.


The CPS - Is the System Working? 

Lord Ken Macdonald - FormerDPP (2003-08),
Victoria Atkins MP, Home Affairs Select Committee,
Oliver Sells QC, 5 Paper Buildings  

Tuesday 23rd February, 7 - 8p.m.

BPP Law School (Room 3.07),
68-70 Red Lion Street, London,                      WC1R 4NY


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