Despite tanking ratings over an increasingly turgid and sterile show, Claire Fox provided a rare watchable Question Time moment last night while standing up to the Labour Welsh health minister. Boris’s recent addition to the Lords accused Labour of treating the private sector with contempt, pointing to the many hard-working hospitality and gig economy workers who also supported the country through the pandemic, who – unlike their public sector peers – have almost no job security at the moment.
Baroness Fox calmly explained to the virtual audience that Rishi’s ‘public sector pay freeze’ has nought to do with the “Evil Tories hate the public sector” caricature coming from Labour. Claire’s come a long way since her Revolutionary Communist Party days…
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.
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Labour MPs are currently incensed at the idea of Brexit-backing former MEP Claire Fox joining the Remainer-stuffed House of Lords, spending the last few days flagging up Fox’s denial of the Bosnian genocide and refusal to condemn the IRA’s Warrington bombing.
These are the same Labour MPs, however, who spent years arguing to make Jeremy Corbyn Prime Minister – a man who cheered the IRA and attacked the UK for “intervening in a ‘genocide’ that never really existed in Kosovo”. Genocide denial and IRA appeasement are only bad if you’re not a Labour politician, apparently.
Some of Labour’s top hypocrites include:
It is striking how many of these MPs have only been Labour MPs since the Corbyn era. They all campaigned to make Corbyn Prime Minister. The hypocrisy is palpable…
Has the Chancellor hit the back of the net? Or are his attempts to revitalise the UK economy wide of the mark?
Join our LIVE WITH LITTLEWOOD cast this evening for a free-rolling debate on Rishi Sunak’s fiscal statement…from stamp duty to self-insulation.
Joining host Mark Littlewood will be journalist and commentator Isabel Oakeshott, the Academy of Ideas’ Claire Fox and renowned economist Andrew Lilico.
They’ll be joined by the Director of Big Brother Watch Silkie Carlo, Matthew Lesh, Head of Research at the Adam Smith Institute, Duncan Simpson, Research Director at the TaxPayers’ Alliance, author and writer Jamie Whyte and the IEA’s Kristian Niemietz.
Along the way they’ll be discussing cancel culture, the West’s post-pandemic relationship with China and much, much more.
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However she doesn’t completely rule out a pact of some sort…
The Brexit Party unveils five new candidates today…