Toby Young talks about the Free Speech Union.

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Tuesday 5th October 2021

Venue: Upstairs, Prince Albert Pub, Albert Bridge Road, SW11.

Drinks (cash bar), Talk, dinner for those that want to stay on.

  

Toby Young will be talking about the Free Speech Union.

 

This was formed to assist those who have  been de-platformed ("cancelled"), sacked or prosecuted for expressing their views. There by the grace of God go I, you might think.

 

If you are ever a victim of aggressive woke, as a Free Speech Union member, you will be rescued. A phalanx of top barristers will help re-instate you and social media experts will start countering your inevitable social media attacks. 

Toby Young is an associate editor and regular columnist at the Spectator, founder of a number of free schools and is the author of the hilarious bestselling How to Lose Friend and Alienate People, now a film.

Arrive/Drinks 6.30pm (Cash Bar)

Talk 7.00pm

Dinner for those that want to stay (not included in price) 8.15pm

Tickets: £30. £40 after Monday 20 Sept if available.

 


About Toby Young

Toby Young is the author of How to Lose Friends & Alienate People (2001), The Sound of No Hands Clapping (2006) and What Every Parent Needs to Know (2014). In addition to being an associate editor of The Spectator, he is an associate editor of the online magazine , Quillette and an associate editor of The Critic. He is also a co-founder of several free schools. He co-hosts a weekly podcast with James Delingpole, London Calling, primarily for a US audience. He has recently launched the Free Speech Union. Visit its website at www.freespeechunion.org.

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