14:30 - Jeffrey Boakye, Stewart Lansley & Jack Monroe: Where Do We Go From Here?
JEFFREY BOAKYE, STEWART LANSLEY & JACK MONROE: WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE?
Sponsored by the University of Edinburgh
This extraordinary retelling of black British history will dazzle readers of all ages.
A groundbreaking book celebrating the words and phrases that by choice or by circumstance define the Black British experience.
A powerful call to action over an education system that is default white, from a black man who has spent decades being failed by it as both a student and a teacher.
This landmark book charts the rollercoaster history of both rich and poor, and the mechanisms that link them. Stewart Lansley examines the ideological rifts that have driven society back to the divisions of the past and asks why rich and poor citizens are still judged by very different standards.
A collection of easy, nutritious and delicious recipes to cheer you up and keep you going when you're down.
Jack is a cash-strapped single mum living in Southend. When she found herself with a shopping budget of just GBP10 a week to feed herself and her young son, she addressed the situation with immense resourcefulness, creativity and by embracing her local supermarket's 'basics' range.
No-nonsense cookery writer and anti-poverty campaigner Jack Monroe shows how limited cash need not limit your imagination in the kitchen!
Award-winning anti-poverty campaigner Jack Monroe is back with Tin Can Cook: a delicious collection of seventy-five recipes, all made from store-cupboard ingredients available from corner shops and local supermarkets.
A gorgeous vegan cookbook for every budget from award-winning cookery writer and anti-poverty campaigner Jack Monroe.