Sir David Omand, the first UK Security and Intelligence Coordinator, addressed the sixty-seventh meeting of the Mile End Group to discuss his book, Securing the State
The official historian of MI6 discussed the 100th anniversary of the Secret Intelligence Service at the sixty-sixth Mile End Group
The former head of MI5 Dame Eliza Manningham-Buller gave the sixty-fourth Mile End Group discussing her personal reflections on intelligence.
The Official Historian of MI5, Professor Christopher Andrew gave the sixty-first Mile End Group discussing his authorised, official history of MI5
Sir Mark Allen addressed the fifty-sixth Mile End Group on the topic of 'Energy and the Middle East'
Crossbench peer and former Chief of Staff, UN Secretary General Lord Malloch Brown was the speaker at the fifty-third meeting of the Mile End Group
General the Lord Guthrie of Craigiebank gave the forty-eighth Mile End Group on 'War and its Consequences.'
Professor Sir Roger Williams delivered the forty-seventh Mile End Group at the Science Museum discussing 'Civil Nuclear Energy since 1945: The Lessons'
Baroness Williams of Crosby gave the second lecture in the Women in the Lords series discussing 'Britain's global role in the world in the next decade.'
The thirty-ninth meeting of the Mile End Group was given by Sir Richard Mottram, former Permanent Under-Secretary of State at the Ministry of Defence on 'The New Security Architecture'