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Truth to Power: Jess Phillips in conversation with Bryony Gordon

Wednesday 2nd October 19:00 at St. James's Church, 197 Piccadilly, London, W1J 9LL

Jess Phillips, Labour Party politician and MP for Birmingham Yardley, will be joining us to discuss her much-anticipated new book Truth To Power: 7 Ways to Call Time on B.S.

Powerful, moving and uncompromising, Truth To Power is an incredible collection of interviews with exceptional people who spoke out at a time when the world wasn’t listening. As well as offering inspiration and hope from her own experiences, Jess talks to high-profile people on the world stage including Harvey Weinstein’s former PA, a Grenfell Tower survivor, a campaigner for Irish Abortion Rights, and more, who have been brave enough to risk everything, become whistle-blowers and successfully fight back.

Jess Phillips is a Labour Party politician and MP for Birmingham Yardley since 2015. Prior to becoming an MP, Jess worked within the charity and community sectors and was selected to be the Victims’ Champion for Birmingham, working with police and support groups.

Jess will be interviewed by Bryony Gordon, author, journalist and campaigner for mental health awareness. Please join us for what promises to be a brilliant evening.

This event will also include a signing with Jess Phillips. Please note that due to time constraints, Jess will only be able to sign copies of Truth To Power.

St. James's Church, 197 Piccadilly, London, W1J 9LL

Wednesday 2nd October 19:00
£23 Book and Ticket (including booking fee)
£15 General Admission

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