2012: the end of the world as we know it?

Speaker: Douglas Carswell MP, Brendan O'Neill, Jamie Whyte, Alex Massie.

Date: Thursday 15 December 2011

Time: 06:30pm - 08:30pm

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Location: Bishop Partridge Hall, Church House Conference Centre

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Join us as we look forward to 2012. What will the next 12 months bring? What lies ahead for the eurozone? Who will win the US presidential election? Our expect panel will address these issues and many more.

Douglas Carswell is the Conservative Member of Parliament for Clacton. He is the co-author of The Plan and one of the founders of Direct Democracy. He blogs each day at www.TalkCarswell.com.

Brendan O'Neill is the editor of spiked, an "independent online phenomenon dedicated to raising the horizons of humanity by waging a culture war of words against misanthropy, priggishness, prejudice, luddism, illiberalism and irrationalism".

Jamie Whyte is head of research and publishing at Oliver Wyman, a senior fellow of the Cobden Centre, and writes a weekly column for City AM. He used to lecture in philosophy at the University of Cambridge and recently presented Radio 4's 'Yo, Hayek!', a documentary on the Austrian school of economics.

Alex Massie is a freelance journalist, currently based in the Scottish Borders, and blogs regularly for The Spectator. He previously spent five years in Washington DC as a correspondent for The Scotsman and the Daily Telegraph.

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