The Margaret Thatcher Conference is the flagship annual event for the Centre for Policy Studies. Held in association with the City of London, the event attracts Nobel Laureates (including, most recently, Dr Henry Kissinger), Pulitzer Prize winners, members of the British Government, and leading statesmen and women from across the world.
This year, to mark the 40th anniversary of the Lady Thatcher’s arrival in Downing Street, we are examining a relationship that is as central today as it was then – between Britain and America.
The relationship between London and Washington has been the central axis of UK foreign policy for decades - and was at the heart of Thatcher’s thinking. But a new age brings new challenges.
In an atmosphere of turbulence on both sides of the Atlantic, what is the state of the political, economic and diplomatic ties between our countries? And how can they be strengthened further?
The conference will be followed by a private dinner at the Guildhall addressed by a senior cabinet minister.
For more information about the dinner, or sponsorship opportunities, please contact Callum Price, Head of External Relations, on [email protected] or call 07796 565754.