A century after the death of Keir Hardie, founder of the Labour Party, Labour faces it toughest challenges following defeat to the Tories at Westminster and the SNP in Holyrood.
As part of the Edinburgh International Book Festival Kier Hardie Society member Pauline Bryan, who edited What Would Keir Hardie Say?, joins BBC political correspondent Iain Watson, author of Five Million Conversations, to look at Labour’s electoral defeats and explore whether in the process it can rediscover its political roots. They discuss their ideas with Ruth Wishart.
When: Sunday, 14th August 7.15pm – 8.15pm
Where: Studio Theatre
Cost: £12.00, £10.00
Tickets on sale from 8.30am Tuesday 21 June