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Role of the Media

British Government @ LSE public lecture

Date: Tuesday 11 February 2014 
Time: 5-6.30pm 
Venue:  32L.LG.04, 32 Lincoln's Inn Fields
Speaker: Charlie Beckett
Chair: Professor Tony Travers

Charlie Beckett is a journalist and an author. He is also director of Polis and head of the Department of Media & Communications at the LSE.

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