Roy Hattersley at the Edinburgh International Book Festival

The Labour Party was founded to give a political voice to the working classes and to end inequalities. But the challenge has changed; the gap between rich and poor has widened, and many conceive of Britain as two nations. Can the old remedies – trade union power and nationalisation – still work? Join Roy Hattersley as he speculates on the changes in the party’s philosophy that could maintain its relevance in the modern world. Filmed live at the 2019 Edinburgh International Book Festival.

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