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.
JOIN THE DEBATE – LIVE AT 6pm – here or on YouTube.
Guido will be wearing his black-tie tomorrow (Wednesday) and hitting the red carpet in Leicester Square for the premiere of “Brexit: the Movie”. You too can be on the the Eurosceptic A-list…
A few tickets are still available from Ticket Source for £20, and doors are open from 7.30 pm for 8.00 pm. (Black tie is optional.)
Get them while you can Ticket Source…
Congratulations to Guido’s favourite film producer Martin Durkin on achieving his crowd-funded £100,000 target for “Brexit: The Movie” in 26 days. 1,500 people backed the Kickstarter campaign, and the film – a powerful, polemic, Eurosceptic equivalent of Al Gore’s “An Inconvenient Truth” – will be released at the beginning of May. Martin says:
“£100k raised for BREXIT THE MOVIE. This film is a battering ram. We will use it to reduce Fortress Europe to rubble.”
Coming to national broadcasters and selected theatres soon…
Martin Durkin, Guido’s favourite documentary producer, has a new film project: “Brexit The Movie”. Durkin is aiming to produce a powerful, polemic, Eurosceptic equivalent of Al Gore’s “An Inconvenient Truth”. The film will strongly argue the case for Britain to leave the European Union and how this can be achieved, while also developing stronger cultural ties and trade links with both continental Europe and the rest of the world. The film is targeted for release in April – two months before the earliest possible EU referendum date in June – and distribution channels are expected to include theatrical exhibition, broadcast TV, DVD and the Internet. Brexit: The Movie is independent of the ‘Leave’ campaign groups. But this film can’t be made without funding – and that’s where the Kickstarter crowd-funding campaign comes in.
He’s already raised over £65,000 from individual donors, he is aiming to take the Kickstarter funding up to £100,000 and ideally up to £300,000 more. The crowdfunder runs for for just 30 days…
Back Brexit the Movie via Kickstarter.