London #LibDemPint

Come and join us downstairs at the Marquis of Westminster for the March #libdempint - the monthly event to welcome newbies to the party.

We have three great speakers lined up:

- Jonathan Fryer is a freelance writer, lecturer and broadcaster on international affairs. For seven years, he was based in Brussels, initially for Reuters, and now writes mainly for the BBC and The Guardian. He will talk about why he believes remaining in the EU is fundamental to our Liberal values.

- Baroness Smith of Newnham. LibDem Peer Dr Julie Smith is Director of the European Centre and Senior Lecturer in International Relations at the Department of Politics and International Studies, Cambridge University. Her main research interests include parliaments and the EU; European elections and the UK’s relations with the EU.

- Thomas Liebers joined the Lib Dems in May last year, and is an active campaigner in Richmond. He ramped up his local ward’s digital campaigning, and also contributes digital content to the London Mayoral and GLA campaign. Originally from East Germany, Thomas experienced the revolution that led to the reunification of Germany.

Come along, meet your fellow newbies, listen to our inspiring speakers, ask your questions and share your ideas about Britain's role in the EU.

If you have friends who have not (yet) joined the Lib Dems - especially if they are interested in Europe - bring them along.  

Please note new, later, start time of 6.30 pm. 

Please RSVP below. 

March 07, 2016 at 6:30pm - 9:30pm
The Marquis of Westminster
50 Warwick Way
London SW1V 1RY
United Kingdom
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