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Chairman's Supper

Chairman's Supper 
Dinner and discussion.
21 Sept 2018
18:00 - 20:30
The Bower House
Shipston on Stour
CV36 4AG

45 per head 

A business leaders dinner hosted by Andrew Knight - Chairman of Times Newspapers Holdings

Special guest and speaker:  
Rebekah Brooks - CEO News UK 

A private 3 course dinner with wine for just 30 attendees.

Attendance by invitation.  

If you wish to receive an invitation then please email jon@stratford-business-forum.co.uk 

Chairman's Supper
£45.00 (exc VAT @ 20%)  
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From the font of all knowledge that is Wikipedia. 

Rebekah Brooks is a British journalist and former newspaper editor. She was chief executive officer of News International from 2009 to 2011, having previously served as the youngest editor of a British national newspaper at News of the World from 2000 to 2003, and the first female editor of The Sun from 2003 to 2009. Brooks married actor Ross Kemp in 2002. They divorced in 2009 and she married former racehorse trainer and author Charlie Brooks.

Brooks was a prominent figure in the News International phone hacking scandal, having been the editor of the News of the World when illegal phone hacking was carried out by the newspaper. Following a criminal trial in 2014 she was cleared of all charges by a jury at the Old Bailey, which accepted her defence of incompetence: that she had no knowledge of the illegal acts carried out by the newspaper she edited.

In September 2015, Brooks was confirmed as CEO of News UK, the renamed News International, re-establishing the working relationship with News Corp founder and chairman Rupert Murdoch.

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