Just Work: Humanising the Labour Market in a Changing World
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Elizabeth Oldfield speaks to journalist Suzanne Moore. 21/04/2021
Suzanne is a journalist and columnist who for many years was at The Guardian, but has also written for the Mail on Sunday, Marxism Today and now writes for The Telegraph.
In this episode she speaks about her rebellious youth, her atheism, how she understands the role of a journalist and briefly about her departure from The Guardian last year.
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