The Churchill Factor: An Evening with Boris Johnson

Tuesday 4 November 2014 Emmanuel Centre, London SW1P 3DW

‘I want to try to convey some of Churchill’s genius to a new generation, not through a simple retelling of his life: that has been done many times, and by scholars far greater than I will ever be. I propose to tell the story of the Churchill Factor, how his character made a difference to events – and how it is still helping to shape our world today.’ Boris Johnson

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