LIVE with LITTLEWOOD @ 6pm

On tonight’s Live with Littlewood, we’ll be asking:

  • From lockdown to economic meltdown – just how damaging could a delay be?
  • Bangers and clash – could the sausage fight trigger a trade war?
  • Trade not aid – are the G7 taking their eye off the ball?

IEA Director General Mark Littlewood will be joined tonight by Spiked Editor Brendan O’Neill, Guido’s own Christian Calgie, former Oxford President James Price and the IEA’s own Victoria Hewson and Alexander Hammond.

Join the debate from 6pm tonight, Wednesday 9th June, here.

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LIVE with LITTLEWOOD

In tonight’s LIVE with LITTLEWOOD:

  • PAPERS PLEASE: Are vaccine passports necessary?
  • BACK TO THE FUTURE: Will normality resume on 21st June?
  • RACE REPORT: What have we learnt?
Joining host Mark Littlewood will be journalist and politician Suzanne Evans, Spiked Editor Brendan O’Neill, Centre for Policy Studies Director and Sunday Times columnist Robert Colvile, Emma Webb of the Free Speech Union, and IEA Acting Academic and Research Director Syed KamallTUNE IN AT 6PM HERE.
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 IT’S BACK!

The schools are back. MPs are back.  But, more importantly, Live with Littlewood is back!

Tonight at 6 pm, the IEA’s Mark Littlewood will be joined by a stellar cast of journalistscommentators and think tankers to discuss and debate the hot issues of the week.

Guests include activist, blogger, columnist and founder of Conservative Home, Tim Montgomerie, commentator and journalist Tom Harwood, Spiked Online Editor Brendan O’Neill and award winning author Helen Dale

They’ll also be joined by Brexit Party chairman Richard Tice, vlogger Mahyar Tousi, the Cato Institute’s Ryan BourneJohn O’Connell, Chief Executive of the TaxPayers’ Alliance, and author and scourge of the nanny state, Christopher Snowdon.

They’ll be asking whether Boris Johnson’s government is making the grade, discussing what’s next for Brexit, examining the future of the BBC and surveying the Dis-united States of America.

All that, plus a look at the shape of Rishi Sunak’s upcoming budget and an assessment of the shortcomings of Public Health England and the World Health Organization during the pandemic.

Join in the debate – LIVE at 6 – here or on YouTube.

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LIVE WITH LITTLEWOOD IS BACK!

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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LIVE at 6.30

In tonight’s LIVE WITH LITTLEWOOD – at the new time of 6.30 pm – the IEA’s MARK LITTLEWOOD will be joined by another stellar cast of journalists, think tankers and commentators including the Mail on Sunday’s DAN HODGES, JANET DALEY of The Telegraph, Spiked’s BRENDAN O’NEILL and ALEX DEANE of FTI Consulting.

Also taking part in the free-rolling debate will be ROBERT COLVILE of the Centre for Policy Studies, MATTHEW LESH of the Adam Smith Institute and JOHN O’CONNELL of the Taxpayers’ Alliance. And from across the pond we’ll be joined by MICHAEL CARNUCCIO, of the JTK Group, and TERRY KIBBE of Free the People.

They’ll discuss:

  • The prospects for the UK’s post-pandemic economic recovery
  • The anomalies and absurdities of lockdown life
  • The Black Lives Matter protests here and in the US
  • The way America has handled the coronavirus crisis

And much more!

JOIN IN THE DEBATE – LIVE at 6.30 – HERE or on YouTube.

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Brendan O’Neill on the coverage of Jo Cox’s murder

Brendan O’Neill on the coverage of Jo Cox’s murder:

“I don’t have very high expectations of the British media. But even I am shocked at the speed with which sections of it have sought to make political mileage from Jo Cox’s death. Pro-Remain journalists, swathes of the broadsheet set, are already discussing her death as a consequence of Brexit campaigning, as a foul spin-off of foul politics. They’re saying that of course Brexiteers aren’t directly responsible, but… that wretched “but”, which means “but they are responsible”. Remainers are already pointing a collective finger at the “political climate” cultivated by Brexit and suggesting it nurtured this murder. I thought they would wait, a day perhaps, before marshalling this tragedy to their cause. But no.

Politically exploiting a murder, morally blackmailing Brexiteers to tone down their campaign, and inadvertently diminishing the culpability of the killer by suggesting “the climate” bears some responsibility for what he did — I think it’s possible the British media has just reached a new low, the lowest low.”

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