Zoe Williams: Get It Together (in conversation with Viv Groskop)
The five wealthiest people in Britain earn more than the poorest 20%. Young and low-paid workers are being progressively forced out of London. The education system is increasingly divided.
Celebrated Guardian columnist Zoe Williams returns to Foyles to introduce her latest book, Get It Together: Why We Deserve Better Politics. Collating the disparate arguments that occupy our contemporary political landscape, Williams puts forth this spirited call-to-arms of a book as she considers the legacy our way of life is in danger of leaving. Asking key questions of the state of the NHS, labour markets, housing and immigration, Williams' witty and conversational manifesto is set to play a key role in the buildup to this year's general election.
As a parent, a Londoner, and a journalist and commentator for numerous major papers (including the New Statesman, Spectator, and the Evening Standard), Williams is expertly positioned to critique the world in which we live and the future we're making for ourselves. Join us for an evening of provocation with an author whose unique and hilarious critical voice guarantees to enthrall and inspire.
Zoe will be in conversation with broadcaster and comedian Viv Groskop.
Venue: The Auditorium at Foyles, Level 6, 107 Charing Cross Road
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