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Age of the Cure: healthcare in the 21st Century

On 13 March, The Spectator in collaboration with Pfizer, hosted a lively discussion on healthcare in the 21st Century with Alastair Stewart, journalist and ITN newscaster, and a special guest panel. View gallery

Budget Briefing 2017

On the day of the Budget, The Spectator's Andrew Neil, Fraser Nelson and James Forsyth discussed the Chancellor's first - and last - Spring Budget. This event was held in association with Old Mutual Global Investors. View gallery

Christmas Carol Service

On 8 December, The Spectator held their annual Christmas carol service at St Bride's Church, Fleet Street. Spectator readers got into the festive spirit with beautiful music from the choir of St Bride’s and readings from Spectator contributors. View gallery

Discussion: American election

On Wednesday 30 November, The Spectator, in association with Seven Investment Management, discussed ‘The American people have voted – what next?’ with Andrew Neil, Bronwen Maddox, Tim Stanley, Sir Christopher Meyer and Chris Darbyshire. View gallery

Discussion: Autumn Statement

On Wednesday 23 November, The Spectator, in association with Old Mutual Global Investors held a discussion on the Chancellor's Autumn Statement with Andrew Neil, Fraser Nelson and James Forsyth.  View gallery

Discussion: How to make Brexit a success

On Wednesday 19 October, The Spectator in association with Benenden held a discussion chaired by Andrew Neil. On the panel: James Forsyth; Ameet Gill, co-founder of Hanbury Strategy; Dr Gerard Lyons, co-chair, Economists for Brexit and Gisela Stuart MP. View gallery

Debate: Clinton or Trump?

On 18 October 2016, Andrew Neil chaired a discussion on the US Presidential election attended by 650 guests. Speakers for Clinton; Bonnie Greer, economist Gideon Rachman and Robert Ravelli, chair of Democrats Abroad UK. Speakers for Trump: Conrad Black, Taki and Robert Emmett Tyrrell. Jr of the American Spectator. In association with Rathbones. View gallery

How does the new political landscape affect the UK economy?

Andrew Neil

On 14 September 2016, Andrew Neil chaired a discussion on 'How does the new political landscape affect the UK economy?’ attended by 320 guests. On the panel; Claer Barrett, Financial Times; Chris Darbyshire, Seven Investment Management; economist Liam Halligan and economist Anatole Kaletsky. In association with Seven Investment Management. View gallery

Is party politics broken?

On 13 July 2016, Andrew Neil chaired a political discussion attended by 450 guests. On the panel: James Forsyth, The Spectator; Colleen Graffy, former US deputy assistant secretary of state; Sir Simon Jenkins, journalist and author and Ben Page, CEO, Ipsos MORI. In association with Rathbones. View gallery

Emerging technologies: the future of British innovation

On 28 June 2016, one hundred guests from the technology and innovation sectors joined Andrew Neil at the Science Museum for a breakfast briefing and panel discussion on emerging technologies and innovation. In association with BAE Systems. View gallery

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