The book outlines an alternative manifesto, which makes the case for a leaner state and the expansion of private enterprise. Covering some of the crucial challenges perceived to be facing society today, from government debt and an ageing population to energy security and low productivity, from climate change to inequality, Kwarteng calls for the government to promote policies that encourage work, entrepreneurship and innovation.
There will be brief remarks from Kwasi and the IEA’s Director General, Mark Littlewood.
Refreshments will be served and there will be an opportunity to question the speakers and purchase a copy of the book.
The event will begin at 6.30pm, with speeches taking place from 7.15pm and ending at 8.30pm.
RSVP via email or call 0207 799 8900.