Gordon Brown on global cooperation, Scottish independence and why he's staying out of 'culture wars'
Gordon Brown was Prime Minister of the UK from 2007 to 2010 after being Chancellor of the Exchequer for ten years under Tony Blair's leadership.
His new book 'Seven Ways to Change the World' explores even major global problems he believes we must address including climate change, nuclear proliferation and global poverty.
Krishnan speaks to Gordon about why he thinks the world needs to work together more, what he thinks the pandemic has taught us and his new campaign to save the Union.
Producer: Rachel Evans
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