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Should Britain become the 15th state of Euroland or the 51st state of America?

Thursday 10 May, 6.30pm
Old Theatre, Old Building, LSE

It is time to re-evaluate Britain's relationship with her European neighbours and the USA.

Nuclear Missile Defence, trade and other political and economic questions will be discussed in what promises to be a heated debate hosted by the London School of Economics and Political Science and Palgrave on Thursday 10 May in the Old Theatre, Old Building, LSE at 6.30pm.

On the panel will be:

  • Martin Holmes, co-chairman of the Bruges Group and lecturer in politics at St Hughes College, Oxford
  • Chris Huhne, MEP, Lib Dems
  • Mark Leonard, director, Foreign Policy Centre
  • John Redwood MP

The lecture will be chaired by Melissa Kite from The Times .

This event is free and open to all, no ticket is required. For further information please call 020 7955 6043 or email events@lse.ac.uk|

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Journalists are invited to attend this lecture. To reserve a press seat please contact Susanne Baker, LSE Press Office, 020 7955 7060 or email S.Baker1@lse.ac.uk|

3 May 2001

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