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Annual Mishcon Lecture 2019 - Dame Margaret Hodge MP

6:15 pm to 8:15 pm, 15 October 2019

Dame Margaret Hodge. Smiling and wearing white top and sitting in a wood panelled room

on Accountability and Transparency in Government: The Duty of Parliament to Hold the Prime Minister to Account

Event Information

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All

Organiser

UCL Laws Events

Location

Cruciform Lecture Theatre 1 / Cloisters
UCL Cruciform Building, Gower Streeet
London
WC1E 6BT

2019 Mishcon Lecture

Professor Piet Eeckhout, Dean of the UCL Faculty of Laws, has great pleasure in inviting you to the 2019 Mishcon Lecture 

Accountability and Transparency in Government:
The Duty of Parliament to Hold the Prime Minister to Account

to be delivered by Dame Margaret Hodge MP

Chaired by Professor Meg Russell (UCL)

with an introduction by the Dean of the UCL Faculty of Laws
Professor Piet Eeckhout

About the Speaker

Margaret became the Labour Member of Parliament for Barking in June 1994. She has served in government, holding portfolios across education, work and pensions, business and culture. In 2010, Margaret also became the first elected Chair of the Public Accounts Committee and was also its first female Chair. Today, Margaret is the Chair of the APPG on Responsible Tax as well as the Chair for organisations in the arts and higher education.

Schedule

18:15 Reception
19:00 Lecture begins
20:00 Lecture ends

About the Mishcon Lectures

The Mishcon Lectures were established at UCL in 1990 in honour of Lord Mishcon to mark his 75th birthday and in recognition of his achievements and service in the fields of law, education, religion, government and politics, both central and local.

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