For our fifth TNG of 2018, we're hosting the Institute of Economic Affairs' Head of Lifestyle Economics and Senior Fellow at the Adam Smith Institute, Chris Snowdon.
Chris is the author of a number of books, his most recent being "Killjoys: A Critique of Paternalism". His research focuses on social freedoms, prohibition and policy-based evidence. He is also a regular contributor to the Spectator Health blog and often appears on TV and radio discussing social and economic issues. At this TNG, he'll be discussing the problems with the sugary drinks tax that has recently come into effect across the UK.
The Next Generation (TNG) is the Adam Smith Institute’s network for young classical liberals and libertarians. Unfortunately we have limited space, so the event is reserved for under 30s.
As ever, there will be complimentary red and white wine on offer.
Please don't turn up before 6pm, as we will not be able to let you in. We hope you can make it.