9 February 2016
Time: 6:30 - 8:00pm
Venue: QMUL, Mile End Campus, Skeel Lecture Theatre
To mark the publication of The British General Election of 2015 we will be hosting a panel discussion on the election – and its consequences. The book is the latest in the longest running national election series in the world, dating back to 1945. One of its authors, Professor Philip Cowley, of Queen Mary University of London, will be joined by a panel of politicians and pundits, including Lord (Spencer) Livermore, who headed Labour’s election campaign, Matthew d'Ancona, Evening Standard columnist and chair of Bright Blue and Professor Tim Bale, QMUL (chair).
Philip Cowley, co-author The British General Election of 2015
Tim Bale, Professor of Politics, QMUL (chair)
Lord (Spencer) Livermore, Director of Labour's 2015 election campaign
Matthew d'Ancona, Evening Standard columnist and chair of Bright Blue
Further speakers TBC
The discussion will be followed by a drinks reception to which all are welcome. This event is free and open to the public but please register here.