Event Calendar

IPF Annual Lunch 2020

31

Jan

2020

11:45AM – 4:00PM

London Hilton on Park Lane, 22 Park Lane, London, W1K 1BE

Booking is now open for the 2020 IPF Annual Lunch.

11:45 Pre-Lunch drinks (cash bar)
12:30 Lunch
14:40 Guest Speaker
15:10 Lunch finishes and bar opens


Ticket price: £135 + VAT (£162 inclusive of VAT @ 20% per person). A table to seat 10 people will be £1,350 + VAT (£1,620 inc. VAT). The ticket price excludes wine and other beverages.

Tables to seat 10 to 12 people can be purchased. In addition to tables, there will also be a number of individual places for members or members with a smaller number of guests.

Pre-Lunch drinks, and a good opportunity to network, are from 11.45am and Lunch will be called at 12.30pm. Formal proceedings are due to finish at around 3.10pm when the bar opens and offers guests another opportunity to network.

Dress code: Business attire

IPF members may now book tables or tickets for the Lunch - please see below for details of How to Book

Speakers

Speakers

    Michael Portillo

    The former MP and cabinet minister Michael Portillo is now firmly established as a popular broadcaster and political commentator. Alongside television series on Spain, rail travel around Britain and Europe, and the natural world, he shares the sofa for a sardonic look at politics on This Week and weighs up ethical dilemmas on Radio 4’s The Moral Maze.

    Michael began his career in the Conservative Party research department, developing policies for reducing the role of the state. He then became an advisor to the Secretary of State for Energy, working on privatisation schemes in oil, gas, electricity and coal.

    Winning a parliamentary seat in the 1984 General Election, Michael was soon appointed a Government Whip and then Under-Secretary at the Department of Health & Social Security. In turn he was promoted to Minister of State for Transport then Local Government, where he oversaw the abolition of the poll tax. He entered Cabinet as Chief Secretary to the Treasury, controlling public spending and managing departmental allocations. He became Employment Secretary two years later, and finally took over at Defence. In total he served for thirty years in national politics with over a decade as a minister in the Thatcher and Major governments.

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How to Book

Download booking form, complete and return to Barbara Hobbs – bhobbs@ipf.org.uk

IPF Annual Lunch 2020 booking form.pdf


Once you have submitted your booking form, your booking is provisional until you have received a confirmation email so please do not start inviting guests until you have received this confirmation.

Please Note:  Once we have accepted your booking, a confirmation email with your invoice (or receipt for credit card payment) together with a form for your list of host and guest names will be sent to you. 

Tickets, place cards, reminders to return your host/guest list for the Lunch booklet, wine list, menu, etc., will be sent to you via post or email before the Lunch. 
IF YOU DO NOT RECEIVE THIS INFORMATION IT MEANS THAT WE HAVE NOT RECEIVED YOUR BOOKING.