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Political Animals

The Sun Trap on the corner of Bell and Cosway Streets


PFA Political Animals is a a forum for the discussion of political values and structures, organized by Bernard Hurley, John Holroyd and Anja Steinbauer.

We meet every second Wednesday of the month at 7.30 pm, at the Suntrap, 91 Bell Street, London NW1 6TL (close to Marylebone, Baker Street and Edgware Road stations).

Meetings 2016/2017

12 Oct Blood Oil Professor Leif Wenar
9 Nov The philosophy of Green  politics Alan Borgars
14 Dec The labour theory of value Professor Steve Keen
11 Jan President Trump Open discussion
8 Feb What is political representation? Anja Steinbauer
8 Mar Nation states and nationalism John Holroyd
12 Apr Open discussion John Holroyd
10 May What is the EU? Anja Steinbauer
14 Jun Public opinion and social media Anja Steinbauer
There will not be meetings in July and August.  Political Animals will resume in September, possibly at a new venue.

Photograph of The Sun Trap (when it was still called the Constitution) on the corner of Bell and Cosway Streets © Copyright Derek Voller and licensed for reuse under the Creative Commons Licence