Manager May or Commie Corbyn? Dr Eamonn Butler at The CIS
Britain’s ruling Conservative Party is falling deeper into disarray. With Brexit negotiations faltering, and against the backdrop of last year’s election disaster, there is a real danger that Prime Minister Theresa May’s days are numbered.
Meanwhile, Britain’s Labour Opposition – which may be the next governing party at Westminster – is extending its march to the left.
To get an in-depth analysis of the British Conservative crisis, the rise of radical socialism and the state of Brexit negotiations, please join Eamonn Butler in conversation with Tom Switzer at The Centre for Independent Studies
When: Tuesday, 20 February
Where: The Centre for Independent Studies, Level 1, 131 Macquarie Street, Sydney
Time: 5.45 pm for a 6 pm start. The event will conclude by 7 pm
Cost: This event is free of charge, however, registration is essential. Canapes and drinks will be provided. Level 1 131 Macquarie Street, Sydney.
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