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A debate on the current state of investigative journalism and what challenges it faces in the future.

Public Opinion and the Evolving State

Location: Magdalene College, Cambridge
Event Series: Cambridge

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Despite ideological and financial challenges to its role and power, the state remains a crucial feature of political and economic life. What are the public’s views on the role of governments in security and economic affairs? How do these views vary between countries and competing models? Should the role of the state fundamentally change in certain areas? Will longer term challenges force it to do so? How accountable – to parliaments and the public – should governments be in fulfilling their roles? These were some of the questions discussed at the YouGov-Cambridge Forum 2013, which public opinion and the evolving state in three key areas of international relations, business and British politics.

The Future of the Arts

Location: London
Event Series: Media

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The Future of the Arts

Public Trust in Banking

Location: The Guardian, Kings Place, 90 York Way, King's Cross, London, N1 9GU
Event Series: Cambridge

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YouGov-Cambridge held its annual Spring Symposium on Wednesday 17th April in partnership with the Guardian. The themes discussed were Public Trust in Banking and Reversing or Advancing Thatcher's Legacy. Speakers including Sir Philip Hampton, Chairman, RBS; Craig Donaldson, Chief Executive, Metro Bank; Baroness Falkner, Chairman, Liberal Democrats Parliamentary Policy Committee on Foreign Affairs; Jonathan Freedland, Columnist, the Guardian; Fraser Nelson, Editor, The Spectator; Will Hutton, Columist, the Observer and Allister Heath, Editor, City A.M.

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