Upcoming events

We have a packed card of events for the month of December!

First up is the UCLU Question Time on November 29th. It will be held in the Christopher Ingold Auditorium at 7pm.
The event has been organised by the UCLU Liberal Democrats Society, and will bring together a wide range of societies from across the UCLU in order to create a lively and interesting debate.

In line with the show’s standard format, the Presidents of the UCLU’s Labour, Conservative and Liberal Democrats societies will represent the three major political parties. It looks to be lively event with topics ranging from tuition fees, to the UK’s role in EU and the current Arab Spring/Summer/Autumn crisis.

More details here (https://www.facebook.com/events/253224441401009/ and here https://www.facebook.com/events/325141447501976/)

Next we will be welcoming John Redwood MP to UCL for our final Tuesday drinks reception. Unfortunately as Mr Redwood has to return to parliament to vote at 5.30pm this event will be held from 4pm to 5.30pm. This also forms part of the inaugural ‘UCL EFS-Conservatives’ Political Economy Day’.

This event will be held on Tuesday December 6th in the Darwin Lecture Theatre. Join us to hear from the Co-Chairman of the Conservatives’ Policy Review Group on Economic Competitiveness, as he talks on the subject of the Eurozone crisis and gives his take on Britain’s future relationship with the EU and the Continent.

More details here (https://www.facebook.com/events/109233009190113/)

Finally, our ‘piece de resistance’. Our annual Christmas Dinner. It will be held on Saturday 10th December at 6:30pm at the Marquis of Cornwallis Pub, a great public house opposite the Brunswick Shopping Centre, by Russell Square Tube Station in Bloomsbury. The price is£25 a head incl. 3 courses, mince pies and a bottle between 4, and a £10 deposit is needed in order to secure a place. As ever the dress code is smart.

Please contact the Social Secretary Ellie for more details or check out the facebook page here (https://www.facebook.com/events/178542838906624/)

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