Made in Britain is a state-of-the-nation book with a difference, taking a refreshingly optimistic look at Britain's economic past, present and future. Tonight economist and broadcaster Evan Davis presents an alternative to prevailing narratives of Britain's industrial decline and reminds us there are still many reason to be cheerful.
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Venue: The Gallery at Foyles, Third Floor
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