TRIDENT DEBATE: BRITAIN’S NUCLEAR DETERRENT SHOULD BE CONSIGNED TO HISTORY

Event Date: 3rd July 2016
Location: Chalke Valley History Festival, Manor Farm, Ebbesbourne Wake, Wiltshire SP5 5JH

11.30am – 12.45 pm. £13.50.

With Philip Dunne, David Edgerton, Peter Hennessy, Kate Hudson

 

In what has become a popular annual feature of the Festival, the 2016 Prospect Debate will be fiercely debating whether Britain should retain her nuclear deterrent.

 

Speaking for the motion will be David Edgerton, Professor of Modern British History at King’s College London, and Kate Hudson, General Secretary of CND.

Speaking against will be Lord Hennessy, Attlee Professor of Contemporary British History at Queen Mary University of London and Philip Dunne MP, Minister of State for Defence Procurement.


For further details, take a look at the programme

https://programme.cvhf.org.uk/programme/events/88-trident-debate/

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