This is a digital-only ThinkIn.
Fiona Hill emerged as a feminist hero as a witness in the impeachment of President Trump. Her grace under pressure won her millions of admirers – and her broad North-East accent alerted the world to her journey from County Durham poverty to the centre of Washington power.
Her story is about Trump and Putin, but mostly it is about class, social mobility, sexism, the rise of populism – in the UK, US and Russia – and what to do about it. Join us for a vital conversation.
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