Former Chief Rabbi Lord Sacks speaks to Sky News’ economics editor Ed Conway and former chancellor Sajid Javid about why we must use the coronavirus pandemic to change society for the better.
He tells The World Tomorrow podcast why he believes Remembrance Sunday should be split in two to remember the past and then the future by celebrating all of Britain’s communities, with a “we not I” mentality.
The prolific author and philosopher explores how racism is everyone’s problem and why the pandemic has shown how the West’s push for globalisation needs to take into account more than just economics.
Lord Sacks looks at how mistakes are key for us to learn – and why Zoom has brought his religious community closer to the rest of the world.
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