The State of Trust in Election Year by Sir Nigel Knowles

28th January 2015

You are warmly invited to lecture by Sir Nigel Knowles, entitled -The State of Trust in Election Year.

The lecture will take place on Thursday, 5 March 2015, at 6.00pm in Convocation Hall, The Octagon Centre, The University of Sheffield, Western Bank, S10 2TQ, followed by a drinks reception. CHANGE OF VENUE. This lecture will now take place in Firth Hall, Firth Court, The University of Sheffield, Western Bank, Sheffield S10 2TN (Was originally advertised as in the Octagon Centre). Synopsis: Sir Nigel's lecture will be based around the findings of the second Populus report, published last year by his firm, DLA Piper, which examined the state of trust between the political class, business and the media. The report found that there were some very serious and damaging breakdowns in trust relationships between and amongst all three of these audiences. The lecture will examine these issues and look ahead towards some possible solutions. This event is a public lecture, free of charge and open to all. However, places should be pre-booked using the online booking form available via the link below: For general enquiries about this lecture please ring 0114 222 8893 or email We hope to see you on 5 March.

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