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

The UK and The EU: What Principles for Renegotiation?

On Tuesday 30th September, 6.00-7.30pm, at the Conservative Pary Conference in Birmingham, Ploiteia will host a panel discussion on The UK and The EU: What Principles for Renegotiation?


Speaking will be:

Rt Hon Dominic Grieve MP, former Attorney General

Jacob Rees-Mogg MP, House of Commons European Scrutiny Committee

Martin Howe QC, author of Politeia’s ‘Zero Plus: The Principles of EU Renegotiation

Sponsored by: BPP


Keeping Britain's Lights On: Energy Security and Government Policy

On Tuesday 30th, 1.00-2.15pm, at the Conservative Party Conference Fringe, Politeia will host a panel discussion on Keeping the Lights on: Energy security and Government Policy


Speaking will be:

Rt Hon Peter Lilley MP, House of Commons Energy Committee

David Mowat MP, PPS in BIS/Cabinet Office

Gabe Winn, Corporate Affairs Director, Centrica Energy

Malcolm Grimston, Centre for Environmental Policy, Imperial College, London

This event is kindly sponsored by Centrica Energy

Politeia at Conservative Party Conference 2014 30th September

This year at Conservative Party Conference we will be focusing on Energy and Britain's relationship with the EU.

Politeia at the Conservative Party Conference

The UK and the EU: What Principles for Renegotiation? Dominic Grieve MP, Martin Howe QC, and Jacob Rees-Mogg MP will be debating Britain's future role and status in the EU.

Keeping Britain's Lights on: Energy Security and Government Policy Peter Lilley MP, David Mowat MP, Gave Winn, and others will be joining us for a lively discussion on the future of the energy market.

Join us at Malmaison, Room Mal Three, on Tuesday 30th September.

To register to attend please email

Politeia's 2014 Economic Series, Paying for the Future

Western economies face rising social costs for pensions, healthcare and other social at a time of greater pressure on public finances. In the ever more competitive global economy of the future, how can government champion efficient and affordable social systems?

Politeia's 2014 economic series explores how different international systems pay for the social policies which their societies expect. In particular it  will consider the policy models for healthcare, pensions and other benefits. Paying for the Future: Contributory or Tax Funded Systems? Addressing the series will be UK and international guest speakers - politicians, economists and actuaries, business and other specialists who have advised on, or created and introduced successful, affordable systems.

Politeia's Justice Series

Politeia's new Justice Series will consider the issues that are central to the provision of fair and effective justice for all. In a series of lectures, conferences and publications, the Justice Series will consider:


The use of juries in the justice system. The Attorney General the Rt Hon Dominic Grieve MP will address Politeia in December

The disclosure of evidence in criminal trials

The closure of magistrates' courts. Stanley Brodie, author of The Cost to Justice, will revisit the damaging

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