On tonight’s Live with Littlewood, we’ll be asking whether the Chancellor’s Spring Statement will provide the security he promises. Will the Tories ever slash taxes? Is state largesse here to stay? And how can the government go for growth?
IEA Director General Mark Littlewood will be joined by MP Greg Smith, Economist Vicky Pryce, Duncan Simpson of the TaxPayers’ Alliance and the IEA’s own Christopher Snowdon.
Tune in from 6pm here.
In tonight’s LIVE with LITTLEWOOD:
Join the show that brings you free-flowing discussion on the issues that matter with host MARK LITTLEWOOD and guests BEN BRADLEY, the Conservative MP for Mansfield; The Sunday Telegraph’s JANET DALEY; The Telegraph’s OLIVIA UTLEY and Comedian and MoneyWeek columnist DOMINIC FRISBY.
They’ll also be joined by JON CALDARA of Colorado’s Independence Institute; JONATHON KITSON, a fellow at the Adam Smith Institute; JAMES PRICE, President of the Oxford Union, and DUNCAN SIMPSON of the Taxpayers’ Alliance.
Be sure to join in the debate, LIVE – TONIGHT at 6PM – here or on YouTube.
Is the government’s Covid testing strategy sinking without trace?
With unemployment rising two a two-year high and thousands of post-furlough redundancies expected, what’s next for the UK economy?
Rishi Sunak says he wants to “get creative” to support jobs and employment. But how will he do that?
And are the testing fiasco and the rebellion over the Internal Market Bill jeopardising Boris Johnson’s premiership?
All this and more will be put to the (readily-available) test in tonight’s Live with Littlewood from the IEA.
Joining host Mark Littlewood will be the Times’ science editor Tom Whipple, ConservativeHome’s Mark Wallace, and former Brexit Party MEP Alexandra Phillips.
Also taking part in our 90 minutes of free-rolling conversation will be the new Director of the Politeia think tank Jonathan Isaby, independent economist Julian Jessop, Matthew Lesh of the Adam Smith Institute, Duncan Simpson of the Taxpayers’ Alliance plus the IEA’s Annabel Denham and Christopher Snowdon.
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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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With infection rates falling and economic devastation rising, is it time to ease more lockdown measures?
Will the NHSX tracing app work – and what impact will it have on civil liberties? And as the backlash grows over plans to lift the lockdown on schools, what lessons can we learn from countries who’ve already done this?
All this and more will be under debate in tonight’s LIVE with LITTLEWOOD from the IEA.
Host Mark Littlewood will be joined by a stellar cast of economists, think tankers, journalists and commentators to discuss how the UK economy can bounce back.
Guests include broadcaster Martin Durkin, Guido Fawkes’ editor Paul Staines and economist Andrew Lilico. They’ll be joined by Marek Tatala of the Civil Development Forum, James Price of Hanover Communications, Sam Dumitriu of The Entrepreneurs Network, Duncan Simpson of the Taxpayers’ Alliance, Rebecca Lowe, the former Director of FREER, and the IEA’s Victoria Hewson.
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