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Live event catch up: Is the euro finished?

Petros Fassoulas

Liz Lightfoot reports on the Leicester Exchanges live debate, which took place at the Lloyd’s Building, London on Wednesday 7 March 2012. The topic under discussion was: Is the euro finished?

Reflections on an exciting and enlightening debate

Dr Philip Cook, University of Leicester Well-informed and impassioned; exciting and enlightening: last night’s Leicester Exchanges debate was a wonderful event. A highly experienced and knowledgeable audience contributed enthusiastically to the exchanges between the panel members, and amidst the heat of argument some important issues emerged that demand further attention. As I argued in my […]

Live Event catch up: Comprehensive School Education – Policy Mistake, Lost Ideal or Model for the Future?

Philip Cook

Freelance journalist Liz Lightfoot reports on the Leicester Exchanges live debate, which took place at Glaziers Hall London on Wednesday 21 September 2011. The topic under discussion was: ‘Comprehensive School Education – Policy Mistake, Lost Ideal or Model for the Future?’ Listen to an edited audio recording of the debate Download an edited audio recording […]

Live event catch up – Comprehensive school education: policy mistake, lost ideal or model for the future?

Leicester Exchanges Comprehensive Schools Live debate

On Wednesday 21 September 2011 the Leicester Exchanges live debate tackled the important and divisive theme of Comprehensive School Education.  The lively event was held at The Court Room, Glaziers Hall, in front of a live audience and featured a panel of leading thought-leaders, campaigners, practitioners and academics: • Robert McCartney, Chairman National Grammar Schools Association […]

Is the euro finished?

March 7, 2012. Lloyd’s Building, London EC3M 7HA **Read the report of this event** Is the euro destined to collapse, and with it the great post-war vision of European integration? Or are the outlines of a long-term solution coming into view? Is the euro becoming an ever greater threat to Europe’s common future, with currency […]