The thirty-first meeting of the Mile End Group brought together a panel of Lord Donoughue, Baroness Williams, Lord McNally, Adam Raphael, William Keegan, Hugh Stephenson, Peter Jay and Sir Alan Bailey to discuss the IMF crisis in 1976
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
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 Editor of The Guardian, Alan Rusbridger gave the twenty-third Mile End Group on the future of newspapers
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'