Events you might be interested in…

***PLEASE NOTE THESE EVENTS ARE NOT ORGANISED BY THE CONSTITUTION UNIT. FOLLOW THE LINKS FOR FURTHER DETAILS***

Inside Story: How the Coalition WorksProf Robert Hazell
Prof Robert Hazell & Dr Ben Yong

Date: Thursday 24 November, 5.00pm
Venue: Room 106, Roberts Building, Torrington Place, WC1E 7JE

Robert Hazell and Ben Yong have been conducting a 12 month research project,funded by the Nuffield Foundation, into how the coalition government works.

They have interviewed over 140 ministers, officials, advisers and parliamentarians. They are now writing up their findings in a book, to be published in the New Year. In this talk they will present their main findings; discuss the difficulties of this kind of qualitative research; and ask why political science has so little to say about how coalitions work in practice.

Further information: http://www.ucl.ac.uk/spp/seminars

Jack StrawBritain & Europe
Prof Jack Straw MP

Date: Tuesday 6 December, 6.00pm
Venue: Anatomy JZ Young Lecture Theatre, UCL

Jack Straw is Visiting Professor, UCL Political Science and MP for Blackburn. He has held several senior Cabinet positions, including Home Secretary, Foreign Secretary and Justice Secretary

His inaugural lecture will address the theme of ‘Britain and Europe’. Sir Stephen Wall will act as discussant and Prof Robert Hazell will chair.

More information and online booking: https://www.ucl.ac.uk/public-policy/events/Jack_Straw/index

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  1. In answer to a quoseitn above, all though there is heavy representation from the humanities and arts, the signatories come from all departments, including the natural sciences, the computer laboratory, DAMPT and engineering.

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