The event saw Rachel Reeves MP set out the findings of the Jo Cox Commission on Loneliness and give her thoughts on how we can create a less lonely world – nine million people in the UK report that they are always or often lonely.
Suggesting that this might not be her natural environment, Wynne-Jones added:
“But how amazing to be at the Policy Exchange listening to people talk not about Brexit, but about love. About society at its most basic – the interconnectedness we all desperately need.”
She concluded that:
“To end the modern scourge of loneliness will take a dramatic change in public policy. But also a million acts of solidarity and kindness taken by each one of us.”