In tonight’s LIVE with LITTLEWOOD we’ll be discussing:
Host Mark Littlewood will be joined tonight by Reaction Editor Iain Martin, The Spectator’s Kate Andrews, The Times Science Editor Tom Whipple, political commentator Benedict Spence and IEA Fellow Professor Len Shackleton.
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In tonight’s LIVE with LITTLEWOOD BUDGET SPECIAL
Joining host MARK LITTLEWOOD will be former leader of the Liberal Democrats SIR VINCE CABLE; Commentator and journalist ISABEL OAKESHOTT; EMMA JONES CBE, the founder of Enterprise Nation; political journalist BENEDICT SPENCE and, from the University of Buckingham PROFESSOR PHILIP BOOTH.
Join us for 60 minutes of jam-packed discussion and debate.
LIVE – TONIGHT at 6PM – here or on YouTube.
On tonight’s LIVE with LITTLEWOOD – at the earlier start time of 5.45pm:
Host Mark Littlewood will be joined by Conservative MP Ben Bradley; the Academy of Ideas’ Claire Fox; commentator and YouTuber Mahyar Tousi; journalist Benedict Spence; The Freedom Association’s Andrew Allison and IEA Head of Lifestyle Economics Christopher Snowdon.
Join us LIVE for the issues that matter – TONIGHT at 5.45PM – HERE or on YouTube.
Do the new COVID restrictions point to another lockdown? Or is the government overreacting?
Can Boris Johnson urge people to obey the law when his own government seems prepared to break it over Brexit?
Should the furlough scheme be extended? Or would that just be delaying the inevitable?
And could Donald Trump win the Nobel Peace Prize?
Join host Mark Littlewood tonight for a whirlwind 90 minutes of discussion and debate with author and journalist James Delingpole, former CEO of Vote Leave and the TaxPayers’ Alliance Matthew Elliott, Conservative commentator Alex Deane, Terry Kibbe from the Washington-based Free the People and DUP MP Sammy Wilson.
Also taking part will be journalist and commentator Benedict Spence, founder of The Democracy Institute Patrick Basham and author Kristian Niemietz, the IEA’s Head of Political Economy.
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It’s a year since Boris Johnson first entered Downing Street.
He’s won an election, steered Brexit and had a brush with death. He’s also shut down the nation and faced criticism over aspects of the government’s handling of the pandemic.
Tonight’s Live with Littlewood puts Boris under the spotlight.
Join host Mark Littlewood as he and a stellar panel of broadcasters, journalists, commentators and think tankers discuss Boris: Hero or Zero?
They’ll also turn their attentions to the mounting tensions between East and West. Are Russian agents acting with impunity in the UK? And will this push us ever closer to a new cold war?
And – assuming they’re allowed – they’ll discuss cancel culture. Is it the new freedom of expression – or a threat to free speech?
Taking part in tonight’s free-rolling programme are Times columnist Iain Martin, talkRADIO’s Mike Graham, award-winning author and comedian Leo Kearse and the Spectator’s China reporter Cindy Yu.
They’ll be joined by City AM’s Rachel Cunliffe, ConservativeHome’s Mark Wallace, political journalist Benedict Spence, John O’Connell of the Taxpayers’ Alliance and IEA author and historian Dr. Stephen Davies.
JOIN IN THE DEBATE – LIVE at 6.00 p.m. – HERE or on YouTube.
As Black Lives Matter protests spread across the world, so too have accusations of virtue-signalling. Do we risk prioritising symbolism over substance?
Will Clapping for Carers stop the case being made for root and branch reform of the NHS?
Can regional lockdowns work?
And why is the Prime Minister looking to FDR?
All this and more will be under discussion tonight as LIVE WITH LITTLEWOOD returns to a screen near you.
Host Mark Littlewood will be joined by The Spectator’s Kate Andrews, Conservative commentator Alex Deane, Spiked’s Brendan O’Neill, political journalist Benedict Spence, The Critic’s Oliver Wiseman and Guido Fawkes’ Tom Harwood . They be joined by John Tillman, from the Illinois Policy Institute, and the IEA’s Stephen Davies and Christopher Snowdon.
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