At the thirteenth meeting of the Mile End Group Professor Michael Barber the head of the Prime Minister Delivery Unit and Associate Editor of the Times Peter Riddell discussed 'How the Prime Minister gets things done; Peter Riddell'
Lord Lawson, Professor Peter Hennessy and Sir Samuel Brittan discussed economic policy in the 1950s at the twelfth meeting of the Mile End Group
At the eleventh meeting of the Mile End Group Sir Samuel Brittan and Lord Peston of Mile End discussed 'The Changing Role of Government in Economic Policy: Searching for the Holy Grail if it Even Exists'
The tenth meeting of the Mile End Group brought the Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Defence Sir Kevin Tebbit and the Associate Editor of the Times, Peter Riddell together to discuss 'Contemporary Whitehall Reform: Good and Bad'
At the ninth meeting of the Mile End Group Matt Grant discussed ‘Cinema-Graphic Representation of Nuclear War’
Professor Peter Hennessy and Anthony Sampson discussed 'The History and Sociology of the 1950s’ at the eighth Mile End Group
At the seventh Mile End Group Peter Davies discussed his thesis on The Mechanics of the Defence Intelligence Staff
At the sixth Mile End Group Chair of the National Executive Committee of the Labour Party Dianne Hayter and journalist John Rentoul discussed ‘The Fight-Back of the Labour Right 1981-84′
At the fifth meeting of the Mile End Group, Garry Sheffield & Dr Dan Todman discussed editing the Douglas Haig diaries
At the fourth Mile End Group, former Cabinet Secretary Lord Wilson discussed '‘The Blair Government Revisited’.