Wednesday, 29 September 2010

Conservative Party Conference

After the excitements of the Lib Dem and Labour Party conferences, next week is the turn of the Conservative Party!

For anyone who is attending, I am speaking at the following fringe events. For those who won't be there, feel free to let me know your views on the debates listed below!

Sunday 3 October

1745 - 1900: Howard League for Penal Reform Fringe, Exec Room 1, ICC

Subject: "Real Work in Prison"

Chair: Mary Riddell, Daily Telegraph

Panel: Claire Perry MP, Dominic Raab MP, Crispin Blunt MP (Minister for Justice), Frances Crook

1930 – 2100: Campaign for Freedom of Information Fringe, Exec Room 8, ICC

Subject: "The Future of FoI"

Chair: Maurice Frankel, Director of Campaign for Freedom of Information

Panel: Richard Shepherd MP, Dominic Raab MP, Lord Lucas of Crudwell & Dingwall

Monday 4 October

1015 – 1145 Big Brother Watch Fringe, The Freedom Zone, Austin Court (outside the security zone), 80 Cambridge Street, B1 2NP

Subject: "Freedom and Liberty under the Coalition"

Chair: Alex Deane, Director of Big Brother Watch

Panel: Dominic Raab MP, Jesse Norman MP, Philip Johnston from the Daily Telegraph,

Tuesday 5 October

0900 - 1100 Open Europe Fringe, Hall 11 A, ICC

Subject: "Change of direction, or more of the same? EU policy under the new Government"

Chair: Matts Persson, Director of Open Europe

Panel: David Lidington, Bronwen Maddox from the Times and Fraser Nelson from the Spectator, Dominic Raab MP

1200 – 1400 Association of Police Authorities Fringe, Copthorne Hotel, Paradise Place, Birmingham B3 3HJ

Subject: "Who polices the police?"

Chair: Lord Bridgeman

Panel: Dominic Raab MP, Nick Herbert MP (Minister for Criminal Justice) , Sir Hugh Orde (Head of ACPO)

Wednesday 6 October

0800 – 0930 League Against Cruel Sports & Conservatives Against Fox Hunting Fringe, Room 1, ICC

Subject: "Hunting, Past, Present but No Future"

Panel: Dominic Raab MP, Chris Platt, Chair of Conservatives Against Fox Hunting, David Batchelor, CEO of League Against Cruel Sports, Andrew Rosindell MP


Lady Stum said...

Don't know if Police Forward Intelligence Teams are included in your debate on Freedom and Liberty, but some of the tactics they use are questionable and could be viewed as harassment rather than intelligence gathering. I'd also like to see an end to anti-terror adverts that suggest you watch your neighbours, hardly building communities. I'd like to see systems in schools that use fingerprint technology banned, as it softening children up for ID cards and gets them use to handing out sensitive personal data without questioning the safety of it. I would like the right to peaceful protest restored, as I am fearful of what I've seen at climate protests in London. It seems in some cases police are misunderstanding anti-terror legislation. The kettling of peaceful protesters seems totally unreasonable to me. Perhaps better guidance is the answer. Hunting - I'd rather not see a return to it. I Hope you have a good time.

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