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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In tonight’s LIVE with LITTLEWOOD:
Join host MARK LITTLEWOOD for 60 minutes of jam-packed discussion and debate with The Mail on Sunday’s DAN HODGES; SIAN GRIFFITHS of The Sunday Times; former MEP MARTIN DAUBNEY; LEN SHACKLETON, Professor of Economics at the University of Buckingham and CHRISTOPHER SNOWDON, Head of Lifestyle Economics at the IEA.
Be sure to join in the debate, LIVE – TONIGHT at 6PM – here or on YouTube.
Tonight’s LIVE with LITTLEWOOD – the show that brings you free-rolling discussion and debate on the issues that matter – turns the spotlight on:
Host MARK LITTLEWOOD will be joined by writer and commentator ALEX DEANE; BRENDAN CHILTON, Chief Executive Officer of the Independent Business Network; JOANNA 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.
Tonight on the IEA’s YouTube Channel, Emily Carver, Mark Littlewood and Professor Len Shackleton will discuss the shape of the UK labour market and how government can boost employment once the Covid crisis has passed.
How do we restore and enhance the conditions under which job creation can be maximised? What radical rethinking of employment law could lessen Covid’s impact on jobs?
All this and more – TONIGHT at 6PM to 6:35PM – WATCH HERE or on YouTube.
Can normality return without schools fully reopening? Eight million families across the UK have school-age children. But as long as schools are closed, many parents face difficulties in getting back to work.
There are concerns about the widening attainment gap and the psychological effects of keeping children isolated from teachers and friends. And what’s the economic price of young people missing out on education that could increase their future productivity?
So, should the school gates re-open? The IEA’s Academic and Research Director Syed Kamall, together with economist Julian Jessop and IEA Editorial and Research Fellow Len Shackleton, will explore all this and more in the DEFINITE ARTICLE – LIVE at 6pm.
JOIN IN THE DEBATE – LIVE at 6.00 pm – HERE or on YouTube.