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JC Editor’s Choice: Lord Mandelson

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In partnership with JW3, The Jewish Chronicle presents:

In the latest of the JC’s ‘Editor’s Choice’ series of public interviews, editor Stephen Pollard speaks to Lord Mandelson.  

Peter Mandelson has been a central figure in British politics since the 1980s. Always compelling, always interesting, this rare public interview marks something of a homecoming; his father was for many years the JC’s advertising manager.

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Add to Calendar 20/02/2017 19:30:00 20/02/2017 19:30:00 JC Editor’s Choice: Lord Mandelson   In partnership with JW3, The Jewish Chronicle presents: In the latest of the JC’s ‘Editor’s Choice’ series of public interviews, editor Stephen Pollard speaks to Lord Mandelson.   Peter Mandelson has been a central figure in British politics since the 1980s. Always compelling, always interesting, this rare public interview marks something of a homecoming; his father was for many years the JC’s advertising manager. Please note that this is a partner event organised by JW3 and The Jewish Chronicle, therefore your data will be shared with both organisations. JW3 DD/MM/YYYY

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