Wednesday, February 02, 2005


I didn’t realise its been so long since my last post. I have been busy with organising Westminster Day 2005, which is on Tuesday 8th February 2005 at the Royal Festival Hall, London.

I have been commuting from Birmingham to London on a daily basis this week and so have not had much time at home which allowed me to blog however have a couple of spare minutes sitting here in the office so I thought a little post would be well worth it.

Speakers at Westminster Day 2005 include Simon Hughes MP, David Cameron MP, Tim Collins MP, John Gummer MP, Ivan Lewis MP, Michael Meacher MP, David Rendel MP, Norman Baker MP, Shami Chakrabarti (Liberty), Mark Oaten MP, Peter Kellner (YouGov UK), Paul Bristow, Eleanor Laing MP, Chris Lomax, Sandra Gidley MP and Daniel Wood and we are still awaiting replies from Hillary Armstrong MP, Malcolm Moss MP, John Denham MP, Luciana Berger and Patricia Hewitt MP.
Tickets are still available for the event, to book visit our website http://www.westminsterday.org.uk
and just a remainder to those interested Charles Kennedy will launch the LDYS Student Campaign Pack at LSE, Central London tomorrow. All members are welcome to attend. If you wish to come meet us in the Student Union building (glass front) just off Houghton Street at 9.45am. Plus Nelson Mandela will be coming to London at the invitation of MakePovertyHistory. He will be endorsing MakePovertyHistory. You can be there . He will be addressing a crowd of thousands in Trafalgar Square in London to put pressure on world leaders to ensure more and better aid, drop the debt and deliver trade justice. He will also as well as calling on the public to get involved and take action. 12 noon, Thursday 3rd February Trafalgar Square, London.

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