Home Events British Politics: A Looming Identity Crisis with Trevor Phillips

British Politics: A Looming Identity Crisis with Trevor Phillips

Trevor Phillips is a writer and television producer. He is the co-founder of the data analytics consultancy Webber Phillips, and Chairman of Green Park Interim and Executive Search. He is a Times columnist, shortlisted for Comment Writer of the Year in 2020.

He is the Chairman of the global freedom of expression campaign charity Index on Censorship; a Senior Fellow at the Policy Exchange think tank; and a Vice-President of the Royal Television Society.

Trevor is a non-executive director of the AIM-listed behavioural science consultancy Mind Gym; he was the President of the John Lewis Partnership Council until 2018, and founding chair of the Equality and Human Rights Commission.

When: Friday 30th September at 2:30pm
Where: The Salisbury Museum, The King’s House, 65 The Close, Salisbury. SP1 2EN
Tickets: £20
What’s Included? The talk, followed by tea & cake

There is no parking available at Salisbury Museum but parking is available for £8 a day in the Cathedral car park. This is not pre-bookable so just turn up on the day and purchase your ticket as you enter The Close. Otherwise we recommend parking in the city centre car parks.

Tickets are non refundable but you are welcome to pass them on to friends or family.

The event is finished.


Sep 30 2022


2:30 pm - 4:00 pm



More Info



The Salisbury Museum

Submit a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *