Historian, author and teacher Sir Anthony Seldon will be visiting St Peter's School on Tuesday 3 November 2015 as he gives a lecture 'Cameron at 10' at 7pm.
In this talk Sir Anthony will explore David Cameron’s Premiership and the story of the Coalition government. Dr Seldon has recently co-authored two books on this subject: Cameron at 10: The Inside Story 2010-2015 and The Coalition Effect, 2010-2015. Sir Anthony will explore the controversies and record of Cameron’s first term as Prime Minister whilst looking ahead to the challenges he faces in his second.
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About the speaker
Sir Anthony Seldon, Vice-Chancellor of The University of Buckingham, is a leading contemporary historian, educationalist, commentator and political author.
He was Master of Wellington College, one of Britain's leading independent schools, until 2015. He is author or editor of over 40 books on contemporary history, politics and education, was the co-founder and first director of the Centre for Contemporary British History, is co-founder of Action for Happiness, and is honorary historical adviser to 10 Downing Street.
His many other activities include being on the First World War Centenary Culture Committee, established by the Culture Secretary in 2013, and governor of The Royal Shakespeare Company.
He has recently published ‘The Cameron Effect’ with Mike Finn – a study of Cameron’s Premiership during the Coalition years – and ‘Cameron at 10’ with Peter Snowdon.