In tonight’s LIVE with LITTLEWOOD:
Join host MARK LITTLEWOOD for 60 minutes of scintillating discussion with talkRadio’s MIKE GRAHAM; The Independent’s Chief Political Commentator JOHN RENTOUL; DEHENNA DAVISON MP, the Conservative member for Bishop Auckland, and KRISTIAN NIEMIETZ, Head of Political Economy at the Institute of Economic Affairs, and author of the IEA report Viral Myths: Why we risk learning the wrong lessons from the pandemic.
Be sure to join in the debate, LIVE – TONIGHT at 6PM – here or on YouTube.
The Institute of Economic Affairs attracted plenty of contrived outrage yesterday when it published a report assessing the NHS’s pandemic performance. Now, the paper’s author, Dr. Kristian Niemietz, sits down with Guido to discuss the research and the “controversy” that erupted in the media following its release…
Do the new COVID restrictions point to another lockdown? Or is the government overreacting?
Can Boris Johnson urge people to obey the law when his own government seems prepared to break it over Brexit?
Should the furlough scheme be extended? Or would that just be delaying the inevitable?
And could Donald Trump win the Nobel Peace Prize?
Join host Mark Littlewood tonight for a whirlwind 90 minutes of discussion and debate with author and journalist James Delingpole, former CEO of Vote Leave and the TaxPayers’ Alliance Matthew Elliott, Conservative commentator Alex Deane, Terry Kibbe from the Washington-based Free the People and DUP MP Sammy Wilson.
Also taking part will be journalist and commentator Benedict Spence, founder of The Democracy Institute Patrick Basham and author Kristian Niemietz, the IEA’s Head of Political Economy.
Be sure to join in the debate – LIVE at 6 – here or on YouTube.
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.
Be sure to join the debate – LIVE at 6 pm – here or on YouTube.
The former Labour leader claimed, in the aftermath of a crushing election defeat, that the Left had “won the argument”. Does he have a point? Are young socialists no longer “growing out of socialism” like their parents and grandparents? Could socialists be beaten at the ballot box but shift the overall debate?
Mark Littlewood, Director General at the Institute of Economic Affairs, joined Kristian Niemietz – author of IEA bestseller Socialism: The Failed Idea That Never Dies – and IEA Head of Communications Emma Revell to discuss the likelihood of a long-term shift to socialism.
And you can download Socialism: The Failed Idea That Never Dies, for free, here: iea.org.uk/