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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There’s an arresting array of topics in tonight’s LIVE with LITTLEWOOD as we discuss:
Joining host MARK LITTLEWOOD will be The Spectator’s KATE ANDREWS; STEVE BAKER MP, the Conservative member for Wycombe; Columnist and comedian DOMINIC FRISBY and CALVIN ROBINSON, Senior Fellow at Policy Exchange.
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In tonight’s LIVE with LITTLEWOOD US Election Special…
Host Mark Littlewood will be joined by pollster Patrick Basham, founding Director of the Democracy Institute; Freddy Gray, the editor of Spectator USA; Terry Kibbe, CEO of the Washington-based Free the People; Oliver Wiseman, US editor of The Critic magazine; The Spectator’s Economics Correspondent Kate Andrews and the Adam Smith Institute’s Morgan Schondelmeier, along with the IEA’s Alexander Hammond.
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On tonight’s LIVE with LITTLEWOOD:
Host Mark Littlewood will be joined by the Spectator’s Kate Andrews; Conservative MP Philip Davies; the DUP’s Sammy Wilson MP; the New Statesman’s Stephen Bush; John O’Connell from the Taxpayers’ Alliance; the Adam Smith Institute’s Matt Kilcoyne and president-elect of the Oxford Union, James Price.
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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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Fraser Nelson has lured Kate Andrews from the Institute of Economic Affairs to become the Spectator’s economics correspondent. He wants her to produce economic stories rooted in fact. If as Guido suspects we are about to enter into an era of big spending, big government under the Tories, it is a shrewd move for the Tory house journal to have an economic critique rooted in free market thinking. Fraser has always had a penchant for charts and data so Kate will have to brush up her spreadsheet skills. Her years at the IEA, and before that the ASI, articulating the case for free markets in studios and on Question Time panels has been impressive…