Revitalising British Politics with think tank Radix – Tuesday 23 April 2019
Many feel that the UK’s political system is broken. What are the opportunities for its revitalisation? New parties? Re-invention of existing parties? Both?
Radix, the think tank for the radical centre, has the pleasure to invite you to a challenging discussion on how to revitalise British politics on Tuesday 23rd April, 6.30pm at One Alfred Place (Tottenham Court Road), London.
The event will feature a panel discussion moderated by Radix Co-Founder and Trustee Joe Zammit-Lucia, inspired by Radix’s new guide to launching a successful new political party called “A Guide to New Political Movements”.
Speakers include Tim Bale, Professor of Politics at Queen Mary University, Philip Collins, Columnist and Leader Writer at The Times, and Nick Silver, author of the book and Radix Trustee. Starting with lessons to be learned from new and revitalised parties in Europe and Canada, as explored in the book’s original research, the panel will focus on how political renewal could happen in the UK.
For a place at the event, please RSVP to [email protected]