In tonight’s LIVE with LITTLEWOOD…
PANDEMIC PARALYSIS – how to give the UK economy a shot in the arm
THE ROAD AHEAD – Will Boris Johnson’s £12bn green package steer us in the right direction? Or up a blind alley?
THE ELEVENTH HOUR – Will Brexit negotiators strike a last-minute deal?
THE DEVOLUTION DEBATE – Has devolution been a disaster? Or a missed opportunity?
Join host MARK LITTLEWOOD for 90 minutes of free-rolling discussion and debate with The Independent’s JOHN RENTOUL; City A.M.’s RACHEL CUNLIFFE; acclaimed economist ANDREW LILICO; Labour Brexiteer BRENDAN CHILTON; The Telegraph’s DIA CHAKRAVARTY; Swedish authoand the IEA’s Senior Academic Fellow, PHILIP BOOTH.
Join in the debate on the issues that matter LIVE – TONIGHT at 6PM – here or on YouTube
It’s a year since Boris Johnson first entered Downing Street.
He’s won an election, steered Brexit and had a brush with death. He’s also shut down the nation and faced criticism over aspects of the government’s handling of the pandemic.
Tonight’s Live with Littlewood puts Boris under the spotlight.
Join host Mark Littlewood as he and a stellar panel of broadcasters, journalists, commentators and think tankers discuss Boris: Hero or Zero?
They’ll also turn their attentions to the mounting tensions between East and West. Are Russian agents acting with impunity in the UK? And will this push us ever closer to a new cold war?
And – assuming they’re allowed – they’ll discuss cancel culture. Is it the new freedom of expression – or a threat to free speech?
Taking part in tonight’s free-rolling programme are Times columnist Iain Martin, talkRADIO’s Mike Graham, award-winning author and comedian Leo Kearse and the Spectator’s China reporter Cindy Yu.
They’ll be joined by City AM’s Rachel Cunliffe, ConservativeHome’s Mark Wallace, political journalist Benedict Spence, John O’Connell of the Taxpayers’ Alliance and IEA author and historian Dr. Stephen Davies.
JOIN IN THE DEBATE – LIVE at 6.00 p.m. – HERE or on YouTube.
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.