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Distinguished Lecture Series - Rt. Hon John Redwood MP

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START DATE 12 April 2018
START TIME 06:00pm

College Building, Middlesex University, The Burroughs, London NW4 4BT

END DATE 12 April 2018
END TIME 08:00pm

Distinguished Lecture Series - Towards a Global Britain: Growth, Prosperity and Globalisation in a Post-Brexit World

Rt. Hon John Redwood MP PC is a Visiting Professor with Middlesex University’s Business School. The Conservative Member of Parliament for Wokingham, he was formerly Secretary of State for Wales under Prime Minister John Major and, in 1983, served Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher as Head of the Downing Street Policy Unit.

Born in Dover, educated at Magdalen College Oxford, and an Executive Director of N. M. Rothschild, he has written numerous books on free enterprise, democracy and the European Union.

Famous for argumentation using logic over passion, in this Distinguished Lecture, he is going to discuss the challenges and opportunities facing Britain in a post-Brexit world and the many ways in which he believes such a transition will help to re-energise, re-focus and re-engage this country in its global outreach.

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