The era of stable government is over

BY spectator events


March 23, 2015

6:00 pm

Rosewood Hotel, London WC1V 7EN


Andrew Neil, chairman, The Spectator Magazine Group

James Forsyth, political editor, The Spectator

Matthew Parris, journalist and broadcaster, The Times and The Spectator

Jeremy Browne, MP, Taunton Deane

Vernon Bogdanor, research professor, Institute for Contemporary British History at King's College London


In an age of anti-politics, can either of the two main political parties command clear majorities? In a hung parliament, who would be kingmaker?

Whoever is Prime Minister after May will not have a strong command of the country — so is this bad news for British business?

This event was held in association with Seven Investment Management.