I'm afraid I hardly encountered a more engaging presenter, taking people through some partly dull facts of EU history in an absolutely amazing way.
So come along and join me for part 2 of Britain and Europe on 18 March 2014 and of course we will discuss our insights later on in a pub to be announced....
British Government @ LSE public lecture
Date: Tuesday 18 March 2014
Venue: 32L.LG.04, 32 Lincoln's Inn Fields
Speaker: Professor Simon Hix
Chair: Professor Tony Travers
Simon Hix is professor of European and comparative politics and head of the Government Department at LSE.
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I'm looking forward to seeing you next Tuesday!
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