A bit of self promotion (and nepotism too for good measure)

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One of our Fellows, Tim Hood, founder of Yoosk.com has invited me to take part in a large scale public engagement exercise in the build up to the G20.   It would be great if readers and Fellows would submit questions – you can do so here.   We are filming the answers on Friday, with another of our Fellows, David Wilcox, I hope, asking the questions.  It should be fun – I’m looking forward to it.

And now for a bit of unashamed nepotism – a plea for a vote for my father’s efforts at stand-up comedy for Comic Relief.  Of course he is the best – and, even if he isn’t, it all helps the charity.  Thanks!

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