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Former MP, London Mayor and one-time leader of the Greater London Council, Ken Livingstone discusses his extraordinary political career.
There’s plenty to talk about. How he came under heavy fire from the mainstream media in the 1980s when they dubbed him ‘Red Ken’, their rubbishing of his support of controversial issues such as republicanism, lesbian, gay, bi-sexual and transgender rights and a united Ireland and his bitter clash with Margaret Thatcher and her resulting abolition of the Greater London Council. A polarising figure in British politics, Livingstone is the author of two autobiographies, If Voting Changed Anything, They'd Abolish It (1987) and You Can't Say That (2012). These days Ken is an engaging speaker on the theatre and festival circuit. He will also speak at corporate events.