Tonight’s LIVE with LITTLEWOOD – the show that brings you free-rolling discussion and debate on the issues that matter – turns the spotlight on: 

  • HOTEL HEARTBREAK  Is hotel quarantine a necessary measure?
  • THE KIDS AREN’T ALRIGHT Should reopening schools be a top priority?
  • POOR THINKING  Why is Oxfam attacking the market economy?  Is it biting the hand that feeds?
  • LOST GENERATIONS  Job losses are hitting the young hardest. What does the future hold for them?

 Host MARK LITTLEWOOD will be joined by writer and commentator ALEX DEANE; BRENDAN CHILTONChief Executive Officer of the Independent Business NetworkJOANNA WILLIAMS, Director of the think tank CIEO; Classical liberal author, academic and politician Dr JAMIE WHYTE; JOHN ASHMORE, Editor of CapX; LEN SHACKLETON, Professor of Economics at the University of Buckingham and ANDY MAYER, the IEA’s Chief Operating Officer.

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

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How Can the UK Economy Bounce Back?

Should we end the lockdown because its justification – to prevent NHS services from being overwhelmed – has been achieved? Or would easing off now risk forcing us back into our homes? 

Whilst there’ve been some hidden benefits to lockdown – decreases in pollution, fewer deaths from car accidents – haven’t these been outweighed by the colossal cost to the economy and our civil liberties?  And how can the UK economy bounce back from this crisis?

On Live with Littlewood tonight, host Mark Littlewood will be joined by think tank experts and commentators for a thought-provoking and far-reaching interactive discussion.

Guests include author Toby Young, Madeline Grant of the Daily Telegraph, author and columnist Dominic Frisby, and City AM’s Rachel Cunliffe – plus John Ashmore, of CapX, Robert Colvile of the Centre for Policy Studies and Matthew Lesh of the Adam Smith Institute.

Or, for a brief taste of this new series of fascinating debates, watch our trailer on YouTube.

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