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