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Renowned historian and University of Buckingham Vice-Chancellor speaks at IWP

On November 29th 2016, Sir Anthony Seldon of the University of Buckingham spoke to IWP addressing the issue of what makes a successful prime minister of the U.K. His discussion encompassed a broad range of British parliamentary history from the early 18th century onwards into the present day. For him, the key constitutive elements of a successful period in office boiled down to such things as personal health, relatability, and mission-focus/creativity. For a podcast of this event, please click on this link, here.