The next ordinary meeting of the Traditional Britain Group will take place in central London on Friday, 11th March 2016. Our speaker will be Jacob Williams, founder of the Oxford magazine "No Offence", a magazine banned by Oxford University Student Union for criticising abortion and defending the record of the British Empire. He is also involved with "Spiked" magazine.
Jacob's address will will be on 'Liberalism and Intolerance: The New Academic Censorshop.' He will address the Traditional Britain Group on the growing tendency at British universities towards the intolerance and censorship of conservative viewpoints, arguing that the root cause is lack of exposure to conservative ideas, and suggest ways in which universities should be changed to address this problem.
Jacob Williams is concerned that "we have a generation who have grown up never having been exposed to ideas which contradict their 'progressive' and liberal assumptions" and who are therefore prepared to close down debate. He has been reported to police in the past by Politically Correct students opposed to his views.
The meeting will commence at 7.30 p.m. but members and their guests may arrive during the preceding hour. A full bar is available for drinks, and a collection to defray expenses will be taken.
The venue details will be sent to registered guests emails on the day of the meeting. It is located in the St James area, central London and is easily accessible via tube or bus services.