TWO top journalists will be in discussion in Winchester to raise funds for a charity that helps ex-prison inmates.

Luke Harding and Kate Adie will be talking about his latest book Collusion, Donald Trump and Russia.

The book, an investigation into the President’s links with Putin has sold well in the United States and in the UK and topped the non-fiction bestseller list with the New York Times.

Luke is a senior reporter at The Guardian and is the son of John Harding, former chief probation officer for Hampshire who lives in Winchester, and Kate Adie is the former BBC’s chief foreign correspondent, who started her TV career on South Today.

The event is at St John’s church, St John’s Street, on Friday September 21 at 6.30pm.

It will raise funds for Footprints, a mentoring service for ex-offenders coming out of prison in Dorset and Hampshire. Kate Adie is the patron of Footprints.

Admission will be £15 to include wines and canapes.