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History students visit the Houses of Parliament

12 March 2014

Students on the ‘New Liberals to New Labour’ course led by Dr Peter Catterall were hosted by Baroness Hayter of Kentish Town on a visit to Parliament recently.

The picture shows the students with Lady Hayter (centre with Dr Catterall) in one of the Lords’ committee rooms. Baroness Hayter, who is Visiting Professor in the Department of Social and Historical Studies, explained the work of Parliament, and answered questions about parliamentary and electoral politics.


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