Category Ebor Lecture Series
In this lecture Tim Shipman, political editor of The Sunday Times, will share his insights into 'The Journey Through Brexit'.
Tim Shipman will be signing copies of his new book 'All Out War: The Full Story of How Brexit Sank Britain's Political Class' in the Nave of York Minster prior to his Ebor lecture. 'All Out War' will also be available to buy from The Little Apple Bookshop's pop-up book stall from 6:15pm in the nave.
Tim Shipman is the Political Editor of The Sunday Times. He has written for The Spectator and Total Politics and made numerous appearances on the BBC. He has a growing following as a witty and sometimes irascible observer of the political scene on Twitter. His book All Out War is full of juicy insight into the events leading up to Brexit. Tim’s experience is diverse and has seen him report on a wide range of news, from the war in Kosovo to Bill Clinton's impeachment, as well as writing extensively on security issues. He was the main anchorman for the Express’s coverage of the Iraq War, reporting from the US Central Command in Doha. Well known in the Westminster political mix, he is a trusted confidant of politicians from all political parties. Shipman started at the Daily Express as a graduate trainee, moving to deputy foreign editor and covered the 2000 US presidential election.
The Ebor Lectures
The Ebor Lectures are a response to the growing need for theology to interact with public issues in contemporary society. This series of lectures aims to promote public conversation and relate faith to public concerns including politics, economics, contemporary culture, religion and spirituality. It is also an ecumenical project that seeks to exchange insights between academic and religious traditions and to build bridges between the church and other religious groups.
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