The fiftieth Strand Group event, held in conjunction with Haus Publishing, took place on Tuesday 27th April.
Dr Jack Brown, author of 'The London Problem: What Britain Gets Wrong About Its Capital City', discussed his new book with Catherine McGuinness, Policy Chair at City of London Corporation as respondent.
The forty-ninth Strand Group event, held in conjunction with Allen Lane, took place on Thursday 22nd April. Sir Michael Barber, author of 'Accomplishment: How to Achieve Ambitious and Challenging Things', discussed his new book in conversation with the Rt Hon Tony Blair and King’s lecturer and researcher on reform and delivery in government, Dr Michelle Clement.
The forty-eighth Strand Group event launching a new paper for the Harvard Kennedy School's Mossavar-Rahmani Center for Business and Government took place on Tuesday 23rd February.
The forty-seventh Strand Group event, held in conjunction with William Collins, took place on Thursday 11th of February. Suzanne Heywood, author of 'What Does Jeremy Think? Jeremy Heywood and the Making of Modern Britain', discussed her new book in conversation with Professor Ed Balls, followed by a Q&A.
The forty-sixth Strand Group took place on the 19 January when Iain Dale editor of ‘The Prime Ministers: 55 Leaders, 55 Authors, 300 Years of History’, discussed this new book alongside contributing authors Sir Anthony Seldon, Rachel Sylvester and Dr Jack Brown.
The forty-fifth Strand Group event took place on Wednesday 25th of November when Lord Moore of Etchingham discussed the the thirtieth anniversary of Margaret Thatcher's downfall as Prime Minister. This session also marked the paperback publication of Lord Moore’s "Margaret Thatcher: The Authorised Biography - Volume Three: Herself Alone."
The forty-fourth Strand Group event took place on Tuesday 17th of November when King's College London Visiting Professor Lord Adonis delivered the Roy Jenkins Centenary Lecture.
King's College London Visiting Professor Ciaran Martin gave his inaugural Strand Group lecture on the subject: 'Cyber weapons are called viruses for a reason: statecraft, security and safety in the digital age.'
The forty-second Strand Group launched Professor Sir David Omand's new book, How Spies Think: 10 Lessons in Intelligence.
The fourth Institute of Historical Research-Strand Group 'Institutions of British Government' research seminar took place on Tuesday 8 September at 18.00.