Ticket Giveaway: Future City Debates At The British Library

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Ticket Giveaway: Future City Debates At The British Library

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Tonight sees the start of Future City (4-8 October) a series of five evening debates as part of Story of London 2010, each tackling a key issue facing the capital right now.

We’ve got five pairs of tickets to giveaway to each debate, starting with this evening’s Bankers and Bonuses: What has the City ever done for London?London has grown rich from its status as an international banking centre, but as the recent backlash against bankers shows, there are plenty of people who think the City could be doing more to help us out of the current economic crisis…It’s sure to be a hot topic with the likes of leftie musician Billy Bragg lining up alongside entrepreneur Luke Johnson, Daniel Ben-Ami, financial journalist and John Micklethwait, editor-in-chief of The Economist.The full series of debates in the series:Bankers and Bonuses: What has the City ever done for London? (Monday)Is London growing too big too fast? (Tuesday)London and the Olympics: Predicting the legacy of the 21st Century (Wednesday)Is London missing out on the potential of new technologies? (Thursday)London and the future: Will we still be a major player in the world in 2050? (Friday)So if you’d like to win one of the 25 pairs of tickets (five per night) please send an email to: storyoflondon@london.gov.uk stating which debate you’d like to attend. The first people to respond get the tickets so fire away!For more information and booking details go to www.london.gov.uk/storySponsored post on behalf of Story of London festival. Your details will only be used for the purposes of this Giveaway and will not be stored or passed on to third parties.

Last Updated 04 October 2010