Britain and Europe – What Might Have Been? – Panel Discussion
To mark the 50th anniversary of Britain’s entry to the European Community a group of leading politicians, diplomats and writers discuss what we got right and what we got wrong during the years of membership.
Panel to include: Sir David Lidington (former Deputy PM and Europe Minister), Philip Stephens (FT contributing editor and author of ‘Britain Alone’), Sir Stephen Wall (Former UK Permanent Representative to the EU and official historian of Britain in the European Community) and Lord Roger Liddle (European Adviser to Tony Blair).
The exhibition ‘The Long Road into Europe 1950-75’ will be open for attendees to view in The Studio.
When: Monday 4th September, Entry to the garden from 6.00pm, buffet and drinks reception from 6.30pm. The talk will start at 7.00pm.
Where: Marquee, Arundells Garden.
Tickets: £25, to include buffet and a glass of wine.
We’d like to thank Wilsons Solicitors, whose sponsorship has made this exhibition and other events in the Studio possible.
There is no parking at Arundells, we recommend using city centre car parks.
All tickets are non refundable but you are very welcome to pass them on to friends or family if you are unable to attend.