Live Events

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Live event catch up: The Great War: Lest we forget?

Debate panel

Mark Riley Cardwell reports on the Leicester Exchanges live debate, which took place at Sixty One Whitehall, London, on Wednesday 19 November 2014. The topic under discussion was the forgotten legacies of the First World War. Our understanding of the First World War is often limited to “stereotypes” about the Western Front and ignores the […]

Iceland bin ‘thieves’ should have had their day in court

Sean Thomas

Dr Sean Thomas, Senior Lecturer in Commercial Law at The University of Leicester. On the night of 25 October 2013, Paul May, James Chan and William James were arrested for taking food out of the bins at an Iceland store in Kentish Town. Iceland denied they had called the police or sought a prosecution. May, […]

The Great War – Lest we forget?

The team is pleased to announce the first live event of 2014: The Great War, Lest we forget? This event is now fully booked. The time, the place Wednesday 19th February 2014. Refreshments from 5.30pm. Event starts at 6.00pm prompt, 7.30pm finish. Drinks reception 7.30pm – 8.30pm. Sixty One Whitehall London SW1A 2ET.

Live event catch up: Richard III: Benevolent King or Murderous Tyrant?

Phil Stone, Richard Taylor and Paul Lay

Mark Cardwell reports on the Leicester Exchanges live debate, which took place at the University of Leicester on 6 June.

Live event – Richard III: Benevolent King or Murderous Tyrant?

Richard III

The Leicester Exchanges team is thrilled to announce the next live debate in the Leicester Exchanges series: Richard III: Benevolent King or Murderous Tyrant? Book now