political analyst, Blue Labour; former leader, virtue policy programme, ResPublica; founding member, Catholic Voices and Catholics for Labour
Ed Rennie is leading advocate and strategist for Blue Labour within the labour movement. Ed has worked at Christians on the Left and for the Labour MPs Emily Thornberry and Jim Dobbin and was a Labour Councillor for Perivale.
More recently he led the virtue policy programme at the think tank ResPublica and worked for John Mills helping to found Labour Future and wrote for Labour Leave.
In a voluntary capacity he has been a support line volunteer for the National Association for People Abused in Childhood (NAPAC), and is a founding member of Catholic Voices and Catholics for Labour.
Follow Ed on Twitter: @edrennie77
Sunday 14 October, 14:00 Level G Studio
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