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TRINITY FORUM WESTMINSTER 

The UnHerd Club at Old Queen Street Cafe, 6 Old Queen Street, Westminster SW1H 9HP

The Trinity Forum is a network of academics, authors, politicians, civil servants, lawyers, theologians, media commentators and university students.

Founded in the United States over 40 years ago as a faith-based discussion group (participants of all faith and none are always welcome) we now have a growing presence in the UK with Trinity Forum branches in Oxford, Cambridge, Edinburgh, St Andrews and Aberdeen Universities.

Trinity Forum Westminster is a new venture which we hope will attract participants from those working in or around Parliament, Whitehall, the Supreme Court, London universities and other spheres of influence. We plan to hold 10 – 12 breakfasts (7.30am - 9am) or early evening events (6pm- 8pm) every year.

To attend sign-up is necessary as these are invitation only events

Please contact for further details on this and for future events:

 

trinityforumwestminster@gmail.com

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QUENTIN LETTS IS CANCELLED ON  TUESDAY 4 JUNE 2024 DUE TO THE GENERAL ELECTION -  AND WILL BE REARRANGED LATER IN THE YEAR

PLEASE SIGN UP TO BE UPDATED ON THIS AND OTHER EVENTS BY EMAILING

 trinityforumwestminster@gmail.com

Trinity Forum Westminster invites you to our next event on:

 

Tuesday 4 June 2024 TO BE RESCHEDULED

6pm – 7.30pm

 

at 

 

The UnHerd Club, Old Queen Street Café, 6 Old Queen St,

London SW1H 9HP 

 

with

 

Quentin Letts

 

on

 

More Turbulence, Please, Archbishop... 

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Quentin Letts is a parliamentary sketch writer who started working on Fleet Street in 1986. Currently on the Daily Mail, he has also been with The Times and Daily Telegraph as diarist, sketch writer, and New York correspondent.

 

He and his church-organist wife live in Herefordshire. Letts likes sticky puddings, dogs and proper hymns. His dislikes include committee work, celery, and the sign of the peace. He hopes soon to publish a novel about the prophet Simeon.

 

Sign-up is essential, so please register your attendance here. 

***SAVE THE DATE MELANIE PHILIPS WILL BE SPEAKING ON TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 17***

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Past events:

 

Wednesday 17 April  6pm - 7.30pm Danny Kruger MBE (later joined by Miriam Cates MP for Q & A)  spoke on: A narrative of meaning: A better story for Conservatives at the General Election

 

 

 

 

 

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Monday 26 June 6pm - 7.30pm The Rt Hon Alister Jack MP, Secretary of State for Scotland spoke on "The State of the Union"

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Tuesday 24 October 2023 6pm – 7.30pm The Rev'd Professor Nigel Biggar CBE on The Culture Wars: What’s at Stake?

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Tuesday 18 April 2023 Robert Hardman spoke on Reaffirmation and Renewal: The Monarchy and The Coronation over breakfast

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