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Feisty politician Jess Phillips will be talking about how she uses her platform as a Labour MP for Birmingham Yardley to shout about the things she cares about.
She has discovered that speaking the truth isn't always easy — she's been called everything from a murderer to a feminazi witch — but she believes that if we dare to believe we can make a difference, then we can.
Note: This talk will take place in the Cottesloe Room of the Clore Learning Centre.
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