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Hutton -The Wider Issues


In the light of the Hutton Report an evening panel discussion will examine the themes of evidence, law and trust.

Chairman - Lord Runciman, PBA, Senior Research Fellow, Trinity College, Cambridge

Issues of Law
Speaker: Professor William Twining, FBA, QC Research Professor of Law, University College London
Discussant: The Hon Michael Beloff, QC and President, Trinity College, Oxford

Issues of Evidence
Speaker: Professor Peter Hennessy, FBA, Queen Mary, University of London
Discussant: Lord Wilson of Dinton, Cabinet Secretary, 1998-2002 and Master of Emmanuel College, Cambridge

Issues of Trust
Speaker: Baroness O'Neill, FBA, Principal, Newnham College, Cambridge
Discussant: John Lloyd, The Financial Times


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Date and Time:

19 July 2004 at 5:00 pm


2 hours 30 minutes



British Academy Public Debate
10 St James's Square
020 7969 5238

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A complementary drinks reception will be held after the debate at approximately 7pm

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