In a wide-ranging interview with the Huffington Post's Mehdi Hasan, Charles talks politics, faith and history. A thought-provoking series of conversations include an analysis of Labour's prospects in the 2015 General Election that make for tough reading for party supporters, casting doubt on Ed Miliband's success in weaving a convincing narrative around his policy proposals. Further, Charles challenges media panic over the alleged-radicalisation in Birmingham schools, instead setting out a nuanced view of the good potential of faith in British society that should not be hidden by anomolous cases. From the day-to-day grit of politics to wider reflections on recent history, this intervention from the front-bench politician turned academic is not to be missed.
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