22nd January 2009, 02:00PM
Auditorium, Commonwealth Club, 25 Northumberland Avenue, London, WC2N 5AP

Rt Hon. David Cameron MP - Leader of the Conservative Party
Will Hutton - Executive Vice Chair, The Work Foundation
Prof. John Gray - Emeritus Professor of European Thought, LSE
Phillip Blond - Director, The Progressive Conservatism Project
Oliver Letwin MP for West Dorset
John Cruddas MP for Dagenham
Richard Reeves - Director, Demos (Chair)

Demos is delighted to launch a major new project exploring the nature and challenges of Progressive Conservatism.

Read David Cameron's speech here.

Download audio from the event:

Richard Reeves' Introduction (3MB, mp3)
Rt. Hon. David Cameron MP (14MB, mp3)
Phillip Blond (10MB, mp3)
David Cameron and Phillip Blond Q&A (30MB, mp3)
Panel discussion, featuring Prof. John Gray, Will Hutton of the Work Foundation, Oliver Letwin MP and John Cruddas MP (61MB, mp3)


In this event marking the launch of a major new initative to explore this concept, David Cameron will open proceedings with a keynote speech, followed by Project Director Phillip Blond on the future of progressive conservatism. Demos' Director Richard Reeves will then chair a panel discussion on the insights and limits of progressive conservatism. John Cruddas MP, Will Hutton, Prof. John Gray and Oliver Letwin MP will be among the respondents. The event will conclude with a drinks reception.

Spaces are strictly limited and by RSVP only. Please contact events@demos.co.uk or call 020 7367 4200 for additional information.

For media enquiries, please contact Peter Harrington on 020 7367 6325.


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