Playing Fair in Elections: Meet the Leaders with Jonathan Duke-Evans and Vicky Pryce

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Watch an introductory video by Vicky Pryce here.

Is Fair Play demonstrated in pre-election politics?

Join leading historian and author of An English Tradition? The History and Significance of Fair Play, Jonathan Duke-Evans, in conversation with Radix Big Tent Chair of Fellows, Vicky Pryce, for an interactive discussion about the English sense of ‘Fair Play’ and what we might now expect it to mean in the UK election and other modern democracies, as well as how it might translate post election into economic and social policy.

Upon registration, you will be able to leave any questions or comments for Jonathan and Vicky to review during the webinar. These will be shared with them beforehand. Please note you will also be able to ask questions via the chat throughout the event.

  • Jonathan Duke-Evans

    Jonathan’s main interests as a historian centre on the social assumptions by which people live their lives. He spent most of his working life in the civil service, specialising for many years in penal issues at the Home Office and the legal problems of warfare at the Ministry of Defence. When he retired he returned to historical research drawing on his experience in public service and his debut book is titled An English Tradition? The History and Significance of Fair Play.

  • Vicky Pryce

    Vicky is the Chair of the Fellows at Radix Big Tent and a leading economist whose career includes being Director General for Economics at the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS), Joint Head of the UK Government Economic Service and Chief Economist and Partner at KPMG.She is currently Chief Economic Adviser and board member at the Centre for Economics and Business Research. She is also Chair of the Economic Advisory Council for the British Chambers of Commerce and a visiting Professor at King’s College, London and Birmingham City University. In addition, she is co-founder of GoodCorporation, a company set up to advise on Corporate Social Responsibility.




Thursday 27th June 2024, 6:00 pm

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