Cycling in London: join the debate
- 27th October 2009
- Property Tips
If you feel strongly about cycling one way or another don't miss the Spectator debate: 'Cyclists are a menace'.
The Spectator is hosting a political debate about Cycling.
On Monday 30th November 2009 at Savoy Place, London, WC2R 0BL between 6.00pm - 8.30pm.
With an impressive line up of speakers, this promises to be a lively debate so early booking is strongly recommended.
Chair: Andrew Neil
Chairman of the Specatator, political commentator, journalist and broadcaster.
Speakers against the motion:
Ken Livingstone, who has twice held the chief executive office in London local government.
Andrew Gilligan, who is London editor of the Telegraph Media Group and a daily cyclist.
Andrew Gimson, who is parliamentary sketch writer for the Daily Telegraph and author of Boris - The Rise of Boris Johnson.
Speakers for the motion:
Baroness Sharples, who is a Life Peer and sits on the Conservative benches, attending four days a week.
Stephen Pound, elected as MP for Ealing North in 1997.
David Thomas, is an avid cyclist, freelance journalist and author of best selling thrillers under the pseudonym Tom Cain.
Tickets priced from £25 + VAT.
For overseas bookings please call +44 (0) 207 961 0044
RESERVE your place by calling The Spectator Events team on +44 (0) 207 961 0044 quoting the reference DEBATE3 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Visit the Spectator website, Events section to see more about the debate at the below links.
As advocates of cycling in London, we applaud this debate by the Spectator.
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