It was the readers wot won it – Debate, July 26

In a world of Trump tweets, Jeremy Corbyn’s youthquake and a shock General Election result, are print journalists or social media better plugged into voters?

The London Press Club and the Society of Editors will discuss this on Wednesday 26 July, 6 for 6.30pm until 8pm with drinks after. Tickets can be booked by clicking here.

Chair: Andrew Rawnsley, political columnist for The Observer and broadcaster

Panel to include:

  • Columnist Amanda Platell
  • John Rentoul, Political columnist The Independent
  • Simon Robinson, Reuters Regional Editor Europe/Middle East/Africa

Results of a specially commissioned YouGov poll for the debate on “How today’s voters get their political news” will be revealed on the night.


Reuters Building, 30 South Colonnade, Canary Wharf, London, E14-5EP

·         Public Transport:

o   A two minute walk to Docklands Light Railway (DLR) Canary Wharf Station

o   A two minute walk to London Underground Jubilee Line linking Canary Wharf to Waterloo Station, London Bridge and other tube lines

Richard Dymond

Honorary Treasurer and Director of the London Press Club and the London Press Club Ball.

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