See the video of this event here.
Politicians (well, British politicians anyway) love to invoke the idea that the United Kingdom and the United States have a common culture, history and political ideals. But as the world tilts to the east does this myth have any validity or use? Justin Webb was the BBC’s top man in Washington DC before his current role presenting the Today Programme and has written extensively about the trans-Atlantic connection. Sarah Lyall is the New York Times’ London Correspondent who has also written the Anglo Files, an American perspective on the Brits.
Join them in conversation in an event co-hosted by the Media Society at 6.30pm on November 3rd in the Sheikh Zayed Theatre, New Academic Building, LSE. Full details here.