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I chair Royal Trinity Hospice, Clapham; FISP & Major Stanley's, OURFC. I was runner up in the UK Third Sector Best Charity Chair 2015 awards. I am a NED @ Code Investing (formerly Crowdbnk) & on the CITI Advisory Board @ Columbia University, NY & I am a Trustee at BookTrust. Studying for an MA at King's in International Relations. 

 

 

 

 

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Social Networking 05/03 13-19 March 2017  Monday Professor Frost @ IR Lecture, MA Part Time, King's Professor Frost @ IR Seminar, MA Part Time, King's Dr Laura Jane Foley @ CAC Tuesday  FISP board meeting @ FSB Wednesday  Simon Day & Louise Hopper @ Westminster Thursday BA LHR to Dublin** Supper @ Eden Bar & Grill ***  Friday St Patrick's Day St Patrick's Parade* Lunch @ The Westbury** Supper @ Bang*** Saturday Ireland v England Samuel Beckett...
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Social Networking 05/02 6-12 March 2017 Monday IT Dept @ King's College Prof Melvyn Frost @ MA Part Time IR Lecture: Ethics in IR Prof Melvyn Frost @ MA Part Time IR Seminar Board Meeting @ Royal Trinity Hospice Bump: James Hibbert, Felicity Harvey, Adrian Williams, Katharine Jackson, Naveen Puri, Dallas Pounds, Clare Montagu, Sarah Gray, Geraldine Walters & David Clarson Tuesday Charles Alexander & Cally Palmer @Royal Marsden Hospital  Rosencrantz &...
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Social Networking 05/0127 Feb - 5 March 2017 Monday Professor Mervyn Frost @ MA Part-time...
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Social Networking 4/5113-19 February 2017 Monday Prof Ned Lebus @ King's MA LectureProf Melvyn Frost @ King's MA Seminar Brett Rogers & Andrew Gault @ Photographers' Gallery  Tuesday Work day Supper @ Alyn Williams, Westbury Wednesday Jane Ralston @ Cacio & Pepe Nik Slingsby @ Vini Italiani Thursday Dr Matthew Moran @ King's MA Lecture/Seminar Mark Austin @ Sloane Square Professor Mark Wilson @ Imperial NHS Friday Work day Saturday & Sunday Daisy @ Pimlico
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Social Networking 4/5220-26 February 2017 Monday Jack 25 Dr Stephan Engelkamp @ MA Part Time Lecture in IR at King's  Dr Stephan Englebank MA Part Time Seminar in IR at King's Colin Herridge & Patrick Cannon @ Riverside House Finance Committee @ Royal Trinity Hospice  Tuesday  Work day Wednesday  Board Meeting @...
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England Rugby (penned 27/02/17)   Can England win back to back Six Nation championships? If they beat Scotland they will have established a joint record - 18 - consecutive wins in a row in International rugby without having to play New Zealand. To be honest there have not really been any surprises in the Six Nations Championship to date (Round 3 completed: two rounds to go). Okay Scotland beating a below par Wales for the first time for a decade is worth mentioning in dispatches...
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Parliament Squared by Derek Wyatt Whither the future of the Labour Party? The polls for them have been dire for the past eighteen months and show no signs of improving.  Corbyn's abject leadership has extraordinarily led to a renewed interest in what was fast becoming another defunct party: the Lib Dems. They took Richmond from Zac Goldsmith (though to be fair they had held the seat from 1997-2010) and have done extraordinarily well in local council by-elections too.  Neither...
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Christmas in Costa Rica: the country for all seasons by Derek Wyatt (Published in KCW Today) We travelled to San Jose in Costa Rica by BA; the flight was delayed by 90 minutes as the fuel gauges did not match (the recent crash in Columbia was a thought but not spoken) so understandably we had to wait for them to be rectified.  The flight was packed and given it should have left at 0830 most people must have started out around 0200 or so to arrive at an already heaving Gatwick. Still it...
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 Rt Hon Gerald Kaufman MP I wrote this short note in The Times for their Obituary page a couple of days after hois death had been announced: "Gerald enjoyed America especially the chance to riffle through stalls at a flee market looking to add to his extraordinary collection of film posters from the 1940s and 50s. On Select Committee visits he would naughtily fix hotel accommodation thirty or so miles away from our first breakfast meeting so as to sleep in a room or walk up a staircase...
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Sir The Head Injury Assessment introduced by the Six Nations for players injured in a game is missing one important piece of information. The Assessment has no baseline. If a rugby player is not tested out of season (so a brain scan) when he or she is injured the doctor at pitch side has no reference point.  Until there is a baseline players who have had an injury to the head in a game should go off and stay off. This is for their long term good.  I hope World Rugby will...
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