Professor Peter Hennessy launched his edited collection of essays regarding 'The New Protective State' at the thirty-fourth meeting of the Mile End Group
At the thirty-third meeting of the Mile End Group renowned diplomat Sir Robert Wade-Gery discussed War Cabinets
At the thirty-second meeting of the Mile End Group Geoff Mulgan discussed 'Good and Bad power'
Editor of The Guardian Alan Rusbridger and Professor Colin Seymour-Ure gave the thirtieth Mile End Group on 'Power, Premiers and the Press'
At the twenty-ninth meeting of the Mile End Group Professor Peter Hennessy launched his book 'Having It So Good: Britain In The Fifties' he was introduced by the first man to run the sub-four minute mile Sir Roger Bannister
Sir Kevin Tebbit, former Permanent Under Secretary of State at the Ministry of Defence discussed the long-term context of the terrorist challenge at the twenty-eight meeting of the Mile End Group
At the twenty-sixth meeting of the Mile End Group Sir richard Mottram discussed 'Protecting the citizen in the 21st Century – issues and challenges'
At the twenty-sixth meeting of the Mile End Group Sir Michael Quinlan, Sir David Omand and Sir Kevin Tebbit discussed 'The Ethics of Intelligence'
The first Anthony Sampson Memorial Seminar brought together Lord Browne of Madingley and Sir Kevin Tebbit as his respondent on the theme of oil and politics
The Financial Times' Philip Stephens and Professor Peter Hennessy discussed British foreign policy from Suez to Basra at the nineteenth meeting of the Mile End Group