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Charles Clarke in conversation with Stephen Timms MP

Charles Clarke in the third 2017 Keswick Hall lecture at the University of East Anglia, in conversation with Stephen Timms MP. The full debate can be found here. 

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Charles Clarke in conversation with Stephen Timms MP

Charles Clarke in the third 2017 Keswick Hall lecture at the University of East Anglia, in conversation with Stephen Timms MP. The full debate can be found here. 

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What are ‘British values’?

Charles Clarke chaired the second 2017 Keswick Hall lecture at the University of East Anglia on the subject of “What are ‘British values’?” The full debate can be found here. 

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What are ‘British values’?

Charles Clarke chaired the second 2017 Keswick Hall lecture at the University of East Anglia on the subject of “What are ‘British values’?” The full debate can be found here. 

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Free speech, hate speech, faith speech

Charles Clarke chaired the first 2017 Keswick Hall lecture at the University of East Anglia on the subject of “Free speech, hate speech, faith speech”. The debate can be found here. 

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Free speech, hate speech, faith speech

Charles Clarke chaired the first 2017 Keswick Hall lecture at the University of East Anglia on the subject of “Free speech, hate speech, faith speech”. The debate can be found here. 

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Britain and the EU: ideas for a new relationship

Charles Clarke participated in a panel at the University of Nottingham addressing the future relationship between Britain and the EU.  Following the panel session, Vince cable and Charles Clarke talked to Nottingham TV about the discussion.

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Britain and the EU: ideas for a new relationship

Charles Clarke participated in a panel at the University of Nottingham addressing the future relationship between Britain and the EU.  Following the panel session, Vince cable and Charles Clarke talked to Nottingham TV about the discussion.

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Charles gives Sir Michael Weir Lecture on “The future relationship between the UK and Egypt in a rapidly changing world”

Charles gave the annual Sir Michael Weir lecture for the British Egyptian Society. He highlighted the importance of education to the UK-Egyptian relationship and called for a more coherent approach from the European Union towards the North African countries on its

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Charles gives Sir Michael Weir Lecture on “The future relationship between the UK and Egypt in a rapidly changing world”

Charles gave the annual Sir Michael Weir lecture for the British Egyptian Society. He highlighted the importance of education to the UK-Egyptian relationship and called for a more coherent approach from the European Union towards the North African countries on its

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Charles interviewed Lord Peter Hennessy at the Cambridge Literary Festival on “Talking to Politicians”

Charles interviewed Veteran Political Interviewer, Lord Peter Hennessy, at the Cambridge Literary Festival. The subject was Peter’s latest book, Reflections, based on the BBC Radio 4 interview series, Reflections, includes a history of the political interview and in-depth interviews with heavyweights such

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Charles interviewed Lord Peter Hennessy at the Cambridge Literary Festival on “Talking to Politicians”

Charles interviewed Veteran Political Interviewer, Lord Peter Hennessy, at the Cambridge Literary Festival. The subject was Peter’s latest book, Reflections, based on the BBC Radio 4 interview series, Reflections, includes a history of the political interview and in-depth interviews with heavyweights such

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Charles gives Franklin Lecture on “Moving towards excellent education: the story of the London Challenge”

Charles gave the annual Franklin Lecture of the Worshipful Company of Educators. He addressed the success of the London Challenge in raising the standards of London schools, and contrasted it with the idea that reviving grammar schools could improve education

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Charles gives Franklin Lecture on “Moving towards excellent education: the story of the London Challenge”

Charles gave the annual Franklin Lecture of the Worshipful Company of Educators. He addressed the success of the London Challenge in raising the standards of London schools, and contrasted it with the idea that reviving grammar schools could improve education

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Comment on the EU Referendum in the Kings College London alumni magazine

Charles gave comment on the EU Referendum with Kings College, London. His comments included: “People can look at the terrible attacks in Paris and say somehow we can get behind our white cliffs of Dover and protect ourselves, but I

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Comment on the EU Referendum in the Kings College London alumni magazine

Charles gave comment on the EU Referendum with Kings College, London. His comments included: “People can look at the terrible attacks in Paris and say somehow we can get behind our white cliffs of Dover and protect ourselves, but I

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Keswick Hall lecture at UEA with Sayeeda Warsi and Aaqil Ahmed

Charles chaired a debate between Baroness Sayeeda Warsi (former Minister of State for Faith and Communities) and Aaqil Ahmed (BBC Head of Religion and Ethics) on the subject of Religion and British Politics. The debate was the first part in

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Keswick Hall lecture at UEA with Sayeeda Warsi and Aaqil Ahmed

Charles chaired a debate between Baroness Sayeeda Warsi (former Minister of State for Faith and Communities) and Aaqil Ahmed (BBC Head of Religion and Ethics) on the subject of Religion and British Politics. The debate was the first part in

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Guest on the “Blair Years” Course at Kings College, London

Charles joined Sir David Normington in discussions at Kings College, London, about the relationship between Tony Blair and Gordon Brown. A full review of the event, by the Independent newspaper, can be found here.

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Guest on the “Blair Years” Course at Kings College, London

Charles joined Sir David Normington in discussions at Kings College, London, about the relationship between Tony Blair and Gordon Brown. A full review of the event, by the Independent newspaper, can be found here.

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