Andrew Blick, who will be speaking on Tuesday 19th April, will host a lecture entitled The Future of the UK Constitution. During his lecture, Dr. Blick will use history as a means of explaining the way we are governed today, and how we might be governed in future.
Alastair Reid will host a lecture entitled Trade Unions and the British Tradition of Pluralism on Tuesday 24th May. Prof. Reid's lecture will examine Trade Unions' pre-Industrial Revolution origin and explain how Unions were in fact originally founded in the spirt of self-help and liberalism, rather than socialism.
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