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Rory Stewart in conversation with Ian Birrell

Presented by The Politics Festival

Tomorrow – 7pm
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Rory Stewart in conversation with Ian Birrell

Presented by The Politics Festival

Rory Stewart has packed an extraordinary amount into his life. He is currently secretary of state for international development, having entered parliament in 2010.  Before that he was an army officer, a diplomat in Iraq, a charity chief in Afghanistan, a professor at Harvard and a best-selling author of a book on his walk across Asia.

Yet he really seized the public’s attention as breakout star of the Conservative Party leadership contest with his walks, his talks, his videos, his public engagement and his refreshing honesty. Now he seeks to build a popular movement of moderates.

Come listen to the special talk, which will include audience questions, taking place the day before we learn the identity of Britain’s next Prime Minister.


The i is the media sponsor for this conversation with Rory Stewart.  Britain’s trusted digital news brand. 

Date & time:Tomorrow – 7pm
Venue:Hall One
Price:£24.00
+ £3 booking fee.

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