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Rt Hon Jack Straw MP
on the theme of ‘Britain and Europe’
Jack Straw is Visiting Professor, UCL Political Science and MP for Blackburn. He has held several senior Cabinet positions, including Home Secretary, Foreign Secretary and Justice Secretary.
Sir Stephen Wall, Chair of UCL Council, was discussant and the event was chaired by Professor Robert Hazell, UCL Constitution Unit, School of Public Policy.
Organised by UCL Public Policy and The European Institute
6 December 2011
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