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Is a Big Society a free society?

Join The Free Society on Tuesday 15 June for drinks and debate at the Institute of Economic Affairs, 2 Lord North Street, Westminster, London SW1. Enjoy pre-event drinks at the IEA courtesy Boisdale of Belgravia (from 6pm) then engage in rigorous discussion with leading writers, journalists and campaigners (7pm - 8pm).

The third of five debates is entitled Is a Big Society a Free Society?.

The discussion, presented by The Free Society and the Adam Smith Institute, will be chaired by Claire Fox, director of the Institute of Ideas.


Heather Brooke (freedom of information campaigner)
Dr Eamonn Butler (director, Adam Smith Institute)
Dr Tim Evans (president, Libertarian Alliance)
Shane Greer (author, Why Vote Conservative?)
Simon Hills (associate editor, The Times Magazine)
Martin Kettle (associate editor, the Guardian)

There will be further debates on June 24 and 29 and a "Smoke on the Water" riverboat party on Wednesday July 14.

For more information click HERE.

The first two debates in the series have been fully subscribed. To register for the remaining debates email

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