The King’s Politics Society is delighted to present you with a series of three topical debates this Lent Term. We are honoured to be welcoming some of Britain’s top political thinkers to debate the most hotly contested issues of this year. All our events are completely free and open to everyone – above all, we aspire to be an inclusive and accessible hub for discussion and debate at the university, based in the centre of Cambridge city at one of its most historic and politically active colleges.
TAKE A LOOK AT THE EVENTS WE HELD DURING MICHAELMAS 2014 AND LENT 2015. NEXT UP:
Cambridge Parliamentary Hustings
CHAMALI FERNANDO – Candidate for The Conservative Party
JULIAN HUPPERT – Candidate for The Liberal Democrat Party
PATRICK O’FLYNN – Candidate for the UK Independence Party
RUPERT READ – Candidate for The Green Party
DANIEL ZEICHNER – Candidate for The Labour Party
King’s College Dining Hall – 30 April
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