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Monday, 24 February 2014

Working Men's College free lectures

Helen2 of the KUWG, who is a Working Men's College mature learner herself and one of the two followers of this blog so far, forwards this notice:

Book now! WMC free lectures Tue 4 Mar 7pm "The UK & the EU" John Mills & Jonathan Scheele - plus 25 Mar 'Osborne's Austerity'

To: "Lectures at WMC" <lectures@wmcollege.ac.uk>

Tom Schuller, chair, and Satnam Gill, principal, of WMC-The Camden College are delighted to invite you to the next 2 free lectures on these two very current concerns – The UK & the European Union, and Osborne’s AusterityDo feel free to forward this invitation to any of your colleagues or friends as these lectures are open to the public.

Tue 4 Mar 7pm – The United Kingdom & The European Union  John Mills & Jonathan Scheele  A former Camden councillor and experienced Labour politician who is a very successful European businessman debates key issues with a high ranking European Commission official of many years service.

Tue 25 Mar 7pm – Osborne’s Austerity: Was it Worth It? Robert Skidelsky and Chris Giles A top political economist who is a prize-winning biographer of John Maynard Keynes debates the issues with the Economics Editor of the Financial Times.

To reserve free places just email lectures@wmcollege.ac.uk or phone 020 7255 4748. Lectures start at 7pm with refreshments first from 6.30pm.

We hope to see you at one or both lectures. 
Best wishes from
WMC The Camden College ref gw 44 Crowndale Road London NW1 1TR
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Swheatie wishes that these events were not on Tuesday nights as that is when he has his guitar class as a learner, and also he has pre-booked to miss his guitar class for the John McDonnell MP 'People's Parliament' talk about 'Citizens Income' on Tuesday 4 March. The 25 March debate is especially interesting though, Swheatie reckons.

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