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  • 16.06.21
    Iain Dale at the Felixstowe Book Festival


    Come along to Harvest House, Felixstowe to hear leading political commentator Iain Dale on his book Why can’t we all just get along?  The book is part-memoir, part-polemic about the state of public discourse in Britain and the world today. Using experience from his career in politics and the media, Iain says it doesn’t have to be this way and suggests how we can all emerge from tribalism and division and become more respectful to each other and those who govern us.

    Iain is also the editor of The Prime Ministers; 55 Leaders, 55 Authors, 300 Years of history. Written by key figures in British politics, this fascinating collection charts the motivations, achievements and failures of the fifty-five British Prime Ministers.

    Iain will be nterviewed by Rachel Sloane an experienced radio presenter, feature writer and facilitator.

    Jackamans is proud to be co-sponsoring this inspiring talk.  For further information and to purchase tickets visit the Felixstowe Book Festival website http://felixstowebookfestival.co.uk/ - and do take a look at the other bookish wonders on offer.

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