Question Time line up finalised

12.00 | 21 August 2014 | | 3 comments

The line up has been finalised for the Question Time session at the National Road Safety Conference in November 2014 and includes representatives from Road Safety GB, the AA, ACPO, PACTS and CFOA.

The Question Time session, which is scheduled for the morning of Wednesday 26 November, is always one of the highlights of National Conference.

The session follows the format of the BBC programme of the same name, with delegates invited to submit questions in advance of the conference and supplementary questions taken on the day.

The Question Time panelists comprise: Edmund King, president of the AA, who is also presenting during the conference session on cycling; Honor Byford, chair of Road Safety GB; David Davies, executive director of PACTS; DCC Tim Madgwick, ACPO lead for motorcycling; and Pete Cleary, CFOA road safety lead for partners and stakeholders.

National Road Safety Conference
The 2014 National Road Safety Conference is being hosted by Road Safety GB South East region at The Grand in Brighton, 25-26 November. The event is co-sponsored by Colas and AA DriveTech.

More than 170 people have already registered to attend and 15 organisations have booked to exhibit alongside the conference.

Click here for more information about the agenda and themes, click here for delegate fees and to register to attend, click here for information about exhibiting at the event – or here for information about sponsorship. For more information about the event contact either Sally Bartrum or Nick Rawlings on 01379 650112.



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    I won’t be holding my breath Nick!

    Hugh Jones, Cheshire
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    That’s quite a build up that you are giving your work. I, and I suspect many others, will be interested to see if it lives up to its billing!

    Nick Rawlings, editor, Road Safety News
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    Great! By then my exposure of the total ineffectiveness (at best) of speed cameras will be in the public domain, and they might wish to explain to the audience why they were so expensively and so badly wrong for so many years!

    Idris Francis Fight Back With Facts Petersfield
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