PLMR and Snapdragon would like to invite you to:

The London Elections Debate: What’s Next for the Capital?

Chair: Pippa Crerar, City Hall Editor, Evening Standard

Speakers include:

Jim Waterson, Political Editor, Buzzfeed UK

Joe Twyman, Head of Political and Social Research – EMEA, YouGov

Rebekah Paczek, Managing Director, Snapdragon at PLMR

 />Join us as we take the temperature of those who have a key stake in the future of the capital.</p>
<p>Our Chair and speakers will share their insights on trends and patterns, and what Londoners can expect from the 2018 Local Elections – followed by an interactive session which asks audience members to share their predictions about the future of London’s 32 councils, from Barnet to Kingston and Hillingdon to Tower Hamlets.</p>
<p>The evening will begin with a drinks reception and a chance to network with some of London’s leading figures in business and politics.</p>
<p><strong>WHEN?</strong><br />
Thursday 8th February 2018<br />
6.00-7.30 pm</p>
<p><strong>WHERE?</strong><br />
The Marlborough Suite<br />
St Ermin’s Hotel<br />
2 Caxton St,  Westminster,<br />
London SW1H 0QW</p>
<p>We very much hope you can join us for what promises to be a fascinating launch event for our 2018 Local Elections programme.<br />
<strong><br />
Please RSVP to Felicity Fisher</strong>: <span or 0203 4630 823

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