Publication Date: 17/03/2022 ISBN: 9781529112757 Category:


Ed Miliband

Publisher: Vintage Publishing
Publication Date: 17/03/2022 ISBN: 9781529112757 Category:
Paperback / Softback




How do we rein in the power of Big Tech?
How do we tackle the climate crisis?
How can all of us play a part in making change happen?

For the past four years, Ed Miliband has been discovering and interviewing brilliant people all around the world who are successfully tackling the biggest problems we face, transforming communities and pioneering global movements. Go Big draws on the most imaginative and ambitious of these ideas to provide a vision for the kind of society we need.

A better world is possible; the solutions are out there. We can all make a difference. We just need to know where to look – and have the courage to think big.

Go Big shows us how.

‘Enthralling’ PHILIP PULLMAN
‘Such a hopeful book’ ELIZABETH DAY
‘Should be the rallying cry of progressives around the world’ RUTGER BREGMAN

Publisher Review

A new book by Mr Miliband is an important political event ... mounts a coherent challenge to orthodox views, encouraging his audience to think differently and laying the foundations of where the country needs to go ... Miliband is clear that we live in an age where it is movements of people, not politicians, that change the world * Guardian * Full of ambitious ideas about how to solve gigantic social issues such as working life, childcare and climate change ... This flawed, funny Miliband sparkles with an Alan Partridge-like flourish through Go Big ... Miliband never sounds angry. He doesn't even seem to get annoyed when the Tories steal his ideas * GQ * At a time when our problems seem insurmountable and our disagreements intractable, Ed Miliband gives us reasons to be hopeful. This book makes a compelling case we need to hear: if we are willing to think big, politics can be a force for change and a force for good -- MICHAEL J. SANDEL, author of The Tyranny of Merit There's a lot of good stuff in here ... flashes of insight ... neat observations ... it is hard to disagree with much of what [he says] ... charmingly self-deprecating -- David Goodhart * Sunday Times * By turns bouncy, chatty and confidential, and above all relentlessly upbeat ... fully of ideas, nifty schemes for solving the climate crisis, sound stratagems for encouraging more and better housing, for revitalising public transport, for loosening the stranglehold of the market and a whole lot more besides * Private Eye *

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