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- Date and time Wed 22 Jul 2020 from 7:00pm to 8:00pm
- Location Online
Lord Norman Lamont, British politician and former Chancellor of the Exchequer and Cabinet Minister under Margaret Thatcher and John Major, will be joining Professor Roger Kirby for a tantalising discussion on his political career working with Mrs Thatcher, delivering budgets, dealing with Europe and how he sees Britain’s economic future after the COVID-19 pandemic.
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In addition to his role as a working peer, Lord Lamont is an advisor to a number of companies including Stanhope Capital and Meinhardt engineering in Singapore, as well as being a director of a number of investment funds.
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