In Conversation with Asa Bennett, the TelegraphWhen:05/02/2020 at 8:00 am Where: 24A St John St, Barbican, London EC1M 4AY
Asa is one of Westminster’s leading political commentators. In addition to his work for the Telegraph, he is a regular contributor on Sky News and the BBC.
Asa will join us to discuss his first book, Romanifesto: Modern Lessons from Classical Politics, which looks at what today’s politicos can learn from their Roman predecessors-diving into the detail of what Boudicca can teach the UK about Brexit.
Asa will also discuss his experiences including:
– the highs and lows of working through the recent General Election;
– his viewpoints on the new Government and how it will govern; and
– his predictions for 2020 including whether an ambitious future EU-UK trade deal can be agreed by December.
Asa Bennett is Brexit commissioning editor at the Telegraph, and author of, Romanifesto: Modern Lessons from Classical Politics. Having previously worked for Huffington Post UK, Asa regularly features on television and radio as a leading political commentator, including BBC and Sky News.
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