Polly Toynbee is best known as a Guardian columnist, giving trusted opinions on everything from the complicated workings of political amendments to the big questions of Brexit, poverty and politics in the post-truth era.

She is formerly BBC social affairs editor and YouGov verifies that she is one of journalism's national treasures. According to the site, she is described by fans as: Knowledgeable, Forward-thinking, Intelligent, Informative and Interesting.

Having written on how Labour changed Britain, David Cameron's years in power, and the prominence of greed in society, her latest book is Dismembered: How the Attack on the State Harms Us All, co-authored with David Walker.

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