AP Defense Discussion Breakfast, London

Thursday, 17 May 2007
08:00 – 09:15
Defense Breakfast Discussion

The Discussion took place at the Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park Hotel. Guests included:

Lord Powell of Bayswater, Chairman of Atlantic Partnership
James Arbuthnot MP, Chairman, H of C Defence Committee
Mr. Robert Fox, Journalist
Dr. The Lord Gilbert, Former Labour Defence Min of State for Labour
Lord Howell of Guildford, Lords Foreign Affairs Spokesman & Opposition Deputy Leader
Field Marshal Lord Inge, Former CDS
Mr. Bill Jeffrey, PUS, MOD
Mr. Anton la Guardia, Defence Editor, The Economist
Sir Peter Ricketts, PUS FCO
Major General Charles Vyvyan, Defence Advisor to B of A

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