In this age of extremes, the case for the middle ground has somewhat fallen to the side. But if the bombastic rhetoric and political point-scoring of the past year’s headline issues has left you desperate for a more moderate voice in the discussion, the author of last year’s bestseller Politics: Between the Extremes is sure to provide it.
The former Liberal Democrat leader and deputy prime minister will be giving his own views on Brexit, Trump and the new populist politics – and on the value of a centrist approach. Free from the mudslinging of Westminster, the opportunity for slower-paced, more reasoned debate is one that should be more valued than ever. Whether your political stripe is red, blue or somewhere in between, come and join the discussion.
Early bird tickets £25; standard tickets £30. Both prices include a paperback copy of Politics: Between the Extremes.
|What||An evening with Nick Clegg on Brexit, Trump and populism - how to: ACADEMY|
|Where||How to Academy, The Tabernacle 34-35 Powis Square, London, W11 2AY | MAP|
|Nearest tube||Westbourne Park (underground)|
On 02 Jun 17, 6:45 PM – 8:00 PM
|Price||£25 - £30|
|Website||Click here to book tickets|