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How Scotland Works: A Guide for Citizens by Andrew Conway

Have you felt frustrated when politicians and pundits juggle facts and figures leaving you baffled by a mess of complexity and opinion?


Have you felt frustrated when politicians and pundits juggle facts and figures leaving you baffled by a mess of complexity and opinion?

Have you felt aggrieved when during a debate in the media, opponents make contradictory claims on a point and you wish you could be sure who was correct, or at least closest to the truth?

How does Scotland really work – what do you as a citizen need to know?

Making sense of the facts and figures, Andrew Conway dismantles the barriers of jargon standing in the way of citizens making informed choices for their needs. With the debate of Scottish independence still on the table and the ever-looming presence of Brexit on our shoulders, understanding what choices are right for us is more important than ever.

Admission is free and all are welcome. To book your free ticket, please visit https://bit.ly/2QSJRv5


Speaker(s):

Andrew Conway | talks

 

Date and Time:

6 November 2018 at 6:30 pm

Duration:

1 hour 30 minutes

 

Venue:

Blackwell's Bookshop Edinburgh
53-62 South Bridge
Edinburgh
EH1 1YS
0131 622 8222
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Organised by:

Luath Press
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Tickets:

free

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