Previous Events – 2016

Economy and Tax

Brexit Benefits – The Next Steps for Britain’s Economy, 30th November 2016
The Rt Hon John Redwood MP
Barnabas Reynolds, head of Global Financial Institutions Advisory & Financial Regulatory Group, Shearman & Sterling LLP, Lord Flight, House of Lords Delegated Powers and Regulatory Reform Committee

How to leave the EU: Next Steps for the UK’s Financial Services, 3rd November 2016
Barnabas Reynolds, Global Co-Head of financial Institutions Shearman and Sterling LLP, author of A Blueprint for Brexit: The Future of Global Financial Services and Markets in the UK
Lord Bridges of Headley, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union
Paul Swann, President & Managing Director ICE Clear Europe

The UK Economy and the EU: What Options after the Referendum? 10th May 2016
Roger Bootle, Executive Chairman, Capital Economics
Dr Gerard Lyons
Dr Kwasi Kwarteng MP, House of Commons Finance Select Committee

The Great Financial Crisis and the Banks: Right or Wrong Solutions? 20th April, 2016
Lord John McFall
Stephen Hammond MP
Professor Richard Roberts
Professor Forrest Capie
Professor D.B Smith
Dr Eugene Michaels

Politeia’s 2016 Winter Address: Tax, Public Spending and the Strategy for Economic Success, 20th January, 2016
Rt Hon David Gauke MP, Financial Secretary to the Treasury

 

The Justice Series

Legal Aid – Its Role in an Effective Justice System, 14th September 2016
Hugh Barrett, Director of Commissioning and Strategy, Legal Aid Agency
Professor Peter Crisp, Dean, BPP Law School
Shailesh Vara MP, Minister for the Courts and Legal Aid (2013 – July 2016)

The Executive and the Judiciary, 5th July 2016
The Rt Hon Sir Alan Moses, Chairman, IPSO and Court of Appeal (2005—14)
The Rt Hon Sir Edward Garnier QC MP, Solicitor General (2010—12)
Martin Howe QC

Who Should Rule Britain? 15th June 2016
Lord Lamont of Lerwick, Chancellor of the Exchequer (1990-93)
Chris Chope MP, House of Commons Scottish Affairs Committee
Professor David Abulafia, Professor of Mediterranean History
John Baron MP, House of Commons Foreign Affairs Select Committee
Sheila Lawlor, Director of Politeia

The CPS – Is the System Working? 23rd February, 2016
Lord Ken Macdonald
Victoria Atkins MP
Oliver Sells QC

Right or wrong – the SRA’s Proposals for training the profession? 3rd February, 2016
Professor Anthony Bradney, Keele University
Professor Peter Crisp, BPP University

The British Bill of Rights – Protecting Freedom under the Law, 27th January, 2016
Chris Chope MP
Martin Howe QC
Jonathan Fisher QC

 

Brexit Series

Brexit Benefits – The Next Steps for Britain’s Economy, 30th November 2016
The Rt Hon John Redwood MP, author of Brexit Benefits: Prosperity not Austerity for Britain’s New Economy
Barnabas Reynolds, head of Global Financial Institutions Advisory & Financial Regulatory Group, Shearman & Sterling LLP, author of A Blueprint for Brexit: The Future of Global Financial Services and Markets in the UK
Lord Flight, House of Lords Delegated Powers and Regulatory Reform Committee

How to leave the EU – Next Steps for Brexit Britain, 3rd October 2016
Jacob Rees-Mogg MP, European Scrutiny Select Committee, House of Commons
Rt Hon John Redwood MP, House of Commons
Martin Howe QC, 8 New Square
Liam Halligan, Economics Columnist, The Sunday Telegraph

Brexit Britain: What Should the Legal and Trade Priorities Be? 14th July, 2016
Martin Howe QC, 8 New Square
The Rt Hon John Redwood MP, Secretary of State for Wales, 1993-95
Christopher Chope MP, House of Commons Scottish Affairs Committee

 

Education

The State and national Identity: Government and Schools, 27th October, 2016
Professor Cyrille Michon, University of Nantes
M. Claire Legras, Ambassade de France, London
Professor Robert Gildea, University of Oxford
Professor John Marenbon, University of Cambridge
Dr Paola Mattei, University of Oxford
Dr Sheila Lawlor, Director of Politeia

Right or wrong – the SRA’s Proposals for training the profession? 3rd February, 2016
Professor Anthony Bradney, Keele University
Professor Peter Crisp, BPP University

Education Policy and Schools: What should the Approach to Islam be? 2nd February, 2016
Dr Paola Mattei, St Anthony’s College, Oxford
Professor Robert Tombs, St John’s College, Cambridge
Sheila Lawlor, Director of Politeia

 

The Referendum Series

Stable, Secure, Prosperous and Free, What’s best for Britain and a Global World, 9th June 2016
Rt Hon Mark Francois MP, Minister of State, DCLG
Jacob Rees-Mogg MP, Treasury Select Committee
Rt Hon Liam Fox MP, Defence Secretary (2010-2011)

Single Markets or Free Markets: What’s Best for Britain? 23rd May, 2016
The Rt Hon John Redwood MP, Secretary of State for Wales, 1993-95
Professor Patrick Minford, Professor of Applied Economics, Cardiff Business School
The Rt Hon Peter Lilley MP, House of Commons Environmental Audit Select Committee

Time to Leave: Uniform Law imposed by Brussels is ‘fundamentally flawed’, 22nd March 2016
Rt Hon Lord Howard, Former Leader of the Conservative Party (2003-05) and Home Secretary (1993-97)