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Robert Peston shares his views on economic crisis in Queen Mary lecture

PUBLISHED: 07:00 28 October 2009 | UPDATED: 15:09 05 October 2010

BUSINESS journalist Robert Peston is speaking about the economic crisis at a lecture at Queen Mary College in Mile End today. The BBC reporter who broke the story about the crisis at Northern Rock is giving a lecture called Business as normal? Not a c

BUSINESS journalist Robert Peston is speaking about the economic crisis at a lecture at Queen Mary College in Mile End today.

The BBC reporter who broke the story about the crisis at Northern Rock is giving a lecture called 'Business as normal? Not a clever idea'.

He will look at potential changes to business and the economy as we emerge from the worst financial crisis since the 1930s.

Mr Peston is the son of economist Lord Maurice Peston, who was Emeritus Professor and founder of the Department of Economics at Queen Mary, and has been a business and current affairs journalist for over 25 years.

The lecture starts at 3pm and places must be reserved via events@qmul.ac.uk


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