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Government and Politics Events
‘Citizen Clem’, the new biography of Clement Attlee, written by John Bew, head of Policy Exchange’s Britain in the World project, provides the focus for a panel discussion on Labour’s past and future
Policy Exchange is delighted to host an event that will bring together speakers who have contrasting views on the freedom of speech. Our panelists include: Munira Mirza, Jess Phillips MP, Kitty Parker Brooks, and Douglas Murray.
Policy Exchange is delighted to be hosting the official launch of the second volume of Charles Moore’s acclaimed biography of Margaret Thatcher – Everything She Wants. In dialogue with the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Rt Hon George Osborne MP, Charles Moore will explore Lady Thatcher’s role during this critical point in her career from the Falklands to the General Election victory of 1987.
Conservative Conference 2015 | Party members in the 21st Century – who they are, what they think, and what they do, hosted by Policy Exchange and Queen Mary University of London
With Chloe Smith MP; Baroness Jenkin of Kennington; Matthew D’Ancona, political columnist and author; Professor Tim Bale, Queen Mary University of London; James Frayne, Policy Exchange.
With John McDermott, Financial Times; Kru Desai, KPMG; Mike Emmerich, Metro Dynamics; Steve Hughes, Policy Exchange.
With Lord Maude, Minister of State for Trade and Investment; Philip Chalmers, ATOS; Rachel Neaman, GoON UK; Mark Thompson, Methods Group; further speakers to be confirmed.
Conservative Conference 2015 | Brains before brawn: Should cities have to be smart before they are given more powers?
With Lord Holmes of Richmond; Russell Howarth, Nominet; Jonn Elledge, CityMetric; Gavin Starks, Open Data Institute; and Eddie Copeland, Policy Exchange.
With Chi Onwurah MP; Hetan Shah, Royal Statistical Society; Emma Carr, Big Brother Watch; Martin Tisné, Omidyar Network; Eddie Copeland, Policy Exchange.
With Ivan Lewis MP; Kru Desai, KPMG; Simon Parker, New Local Government Network; Professor Tony Travers, LSE; and Steve Hughes, Policy Exchange.
Labour Conference 2015 | Computer says yes! What are the opportunities and threats of going digital?
With Nick Williams, Lloyds Banking Group; Hopi Sen, Labour Blogger; Katie O’Donovan, Google; and Steve Hughes, Policy Exchange.