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Rebuilding National Parties: a strategy for Labour in the South and the Tories in the North

British Government @ LSE public debate

Date: Wednesday 30 April 2014
Time:  4-7.30pm
Venue: NAB 2.14, New Academic Building
Speakers: John Denham, Professor Simon Hix, Peter Kellner, David Skelton, Professor Tony Travers
Chair: Emma Duncan

This conference will feature John Denham, MP for Southampton; Professor Simon Hix, head of the Government Department at LSE; Peter Kellner who is a journalist and political commentator; David Skelton, former Policy Exchange; and Professor Tony Travers, LSE.   

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