Rory Stewart in conversation with Julian Glover

Sat 9 July 2022

In conversation with Julian Glover

In conversation with Julian Glover

Author, adventurer, academic and former Cabinet minister Rory Stewart is one of the most fascinating figures of our times. He joins Julian Glover in conversation to discuss what he learnt whilst trying to shape a different way of doing politics. What is Britain’s place in an unsettled word, in which democracy is in retreat? And how can we find new ways of energising institutions, so that trust and honesty replace spin and false simplicity?

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