Thursday, 14 November 2013

Question time comes to Gladstone's library-and they've invited Lembit

Well to be clear this is the Library's own version of Question Time for students so there may not be the constant interruptions by the chair and women members of the panel may be able to complete an answer.
As the Parliament week hand out records they have gone and invited Lembit

Gladstone's Library is one of a kind – a residential library and meeting place dedicated to dialogue, debate and learning for open-minded individuals and groups looking to explore pressing questions as well as pursue study and research in an age of distraction and easy solutions. 
Situated in the Flintshire village of Hawarden, six miles from Chester, it is Britain’s only Prime Ministerial library and the national memorial to William Gladstone. 
On Thursday 21 November 2013 (1.30pm), the Library will host a Question Time event for high school students.
The panel will include:  
  • Leanne Wood, Leader of Plaid Cymru and National Assembly Member for South Wales
  • Jac Armstrong, Lecturer in Law at University of Chester and former independent local Councillor
  • Lembit Opik, former Liberal Democrat MP and businessman
  • Askar Sheibani, CEO of IT and telecoms repair company, Comtek, and Entrepreneurship Champion for Wales

Gladstone’s Library in Wales

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