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Tuesday, February 27, 2007

A Mass Debate

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The Rt Hon Hazel Blears MP
in conjunction with The Adam Smith Institute presents:

Venture Capital & The New Markets - A Debate
to be held at:
Salford Watersports Centre
15 The Quays, Salford M50 3SQ

on
Friday 23rd March 2007

Speakers include:

Nigel Doughty, Doughty Hanson & Notttingham Forest
Sir Ronald Cohen, Apax Partners & The International Institute for Strategic Studies
Jonathan Aisbitt, The Goldman Sachs Group
Sir Clifford Riches, Barbados (retired)
John Cridland CBE, CBI
Raymond E. Drake, Society for Tradition, Family and Property
John Blundell, Institute of Economic Affairs
Bernard Ecclestone, Formula One

in the presence of:

Dame Brenda Mirren of Saxe-Kodaxburg
and
Prince Edward, Duke of Kent, United Grand Lodge of England

Tickets for this open and free political debate are available from outlets of "Under The Table", "Ssshh! Don't Tell Anyone" and "Brown Envelope" on production of a Labour Party membership card and the handing over of a substantial donation (cash only, please, cheques not accepted).

Everyone welcome (except socialists)

Dress code: Strapless Armani (women), Armoured Dinner Jacket (men)

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1 comment:

Myrtle Twingie said...

Are you sure you didn't mean the John Smith Institute? Adam Smith is long dead and hence not much use as a Party sponsor. John Smith, on the other hand is alive, well and rich and you can see in any pub in the Borough.