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Anyone for lunch?

Oh good a stiffie first thing this morning.

A Celebration of the Life and Work of Lord (Ralph) Harris of High Cross

St John’s, Smith Square, Westminster, SW1

15:30, 20 February 2007

Sounds like a good do, with reception afterwards, so I think I will pop to town for it, where to lunch before, and eat afterwards? Suggestions please.

Details of the event below:

The Trustees and Staff of the IEA invite you to attend

A Celebration of the Life and Work of Lord (Ralph) Harris of High Cross

with brief 5-minute speeches by:

Rt Hon the Lord Howe of Aberavon CH QC

The Lord Vinson LVO DL

Andrew Alexander, The Daily Mail

Russell Lewis, IEA Author

Brian Kingham, Reliance Security Group plc

Rt Hon the Lord Tebbit CH

John O'Sullivan, The National Interest

Dr Edwin J Feulner Jr, The Heritage Foundation

Neil Hamilton, former MP

Prof Pascal Salin, Université Paris IX-Dauphine

Simon Heffer, The Daily Telegraph

Alberto Mingardi, Instituto Bruno Leoni

and an excerpt from the film
‘A Conversation with Lord Ralph Harris and Arthur Seldon’

Time: 3:30pm doors open; 4:00pm programme; 5:15pm reception

RSVP (acceptances only) to: Harrisevent@iea.org.uk



Likewise - an invitation from FOREST, of which Ld Harris was Chairman and President from 1987 until his death last year.

Timing is perfect. The Countryside Alliance rally and protest against rural Post Office closures starts at Methodist Central Hall at 1pm, rally outside Parliament at 3pm. Cross the road, 5 minute walk to Smith Square for 3.45pm.

Early lunch I'm afraid if you too want to do both.

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