Andrew Tyrie Tory conf 2013.jpg

Andrew Tyrie Tory conf 2013.jpg

Fringe event at the Conservative Party Conference 2013 – Centre for Policy Studies and City of London “Economic Green Shoots : What the Government should or shouldn’t do”.
Pictures by Danny Fitzpatrick / DFphotography / Mousetrap Media

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