After the 2010 election, David Cameron became Prime Minister of a coalition government, which turned around the UK economy and radically reformed public services.
In 2015 he won the first outright Conservative majority for 23 years. A year later, he resigned after the referendum he called on Britain’s membership of the European Union resulted in a vote to leave.
Fiona Bruce is one of the BBC’s biggest names. In January 2019 she took on the role of Chair for the BBC’s flagship programme Question Time and is the BBC news’ most senior female anchor, having presented the six and ten o’clock news since 1999. She has also presented The Antiques Roadshow (BBC1) since 2007 and the BBC’s most successful arts series Fake or Fortune since 2000, as well as many of the BBC’s live events including William and Kate’s wedding. Fiona has won numerous awards for best presenter and RTS awards for her journalism, most recently Newscaster of the Year at TRIC 2019.
Together they will be discussing Cameron’s new book, For the Record, an account of his time in office. He will also be talking politics in Britain and the rest of the world.
Tickets available Thursday 17th October