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‘I am determined that we seize this moment and rise to meet the challenge of our age: to build a country in which everyone has a stake and a contribution to make.’ In her first book, All In: How we build a country that works, Lisa Nandy sets out a way in which we can turn around the global changes, political divisions and economic crises that have rocked the UK. How we can move from fear of differences to strength in our ability to work together and build a fairer, more equal, more prosperous country.
One of the stars of frontline politics, Lisa is MP for Wigan and the Shadow Secretary of State for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities. Presented by Manchester Literature Festival and supported by Sofas & Stuff. Hosted by Katy Shaw, Professor of 21st Century writing and publishing at Northumbria University and Director of the UKRI / AHRC Creative Communities programme.