We are joined by libertarian activist, Mal McDermott, as we discuss the array of strikes across the country and the threat of mask mandates being reintroduced especially in Scotland.. We then chat with Mal as the Republic of Ireland “celebrates” the 50th anniversary of it joining the EU.
We have a chat with Dominic about the state of the nation, taxation and the fight for liberty. We also discuss his latest project “Kisses on a Postcard” a musical based on his father’s experiences as an evacuee in World War 2.
For more info on Kisses on a Postcard including YouTube, Podcasts and CDs, go to https://kissesonapostcard.com/.
Dominic Frisby – Taxation. The author of Daylight Robbery: How Tax Shaped Our Past and Will Change Our Future chats with us about national and local taxation. (5 mins)
Dominic Frisby – The Fight for Freedom. The author of “Life After the State: Why We Don’t Need Government” chats with us about the fight for freedom in today’s world. (7 mins)
Dominic Frisby – The State of the Nation. The author of “Life After the State: Why We Don’t Need Government” chats with us about the state of the nation. (5 mins)
We discuss Dominic’s latest project “Kisses on a Postcard” a musical based on his father’s experiences as an evacuee in World War 2. (19 mins)
We are joined by Zachary Stiling, a local Heritage Party activist and previous Council candidate in Croydon, as we discuss the news that various Conservative MPs have announced that they are standing down at the next General Election and we bemoan the fact that Croydon Council has declared bankruptcy for the 3rd time. We also chat about the wokery and hypocrisy engulfing the FIFA World Cup.
We discuss Rishi Sunak’s cabinet and the direction of his Government. We also reflect upon the result of the recent By-Election in Selsdon Vale & Forestdale. Mike then chats with Hoong-Wai Cheah about Liz Truss’ ill-fated mini-budget and the implications for economic liberalism.
We are joined by Chris Wilkinson, the founder of Blacklist Press and now a co-founder of a new political party – Choice, as we discuss Liz Truss’ new cabinet, the proposed energy price cap and Chris’ new party. We then chat with Chris about Blacklist Press and his soon to be published book about the late Labour Party leader John Smith.
Chris’ new book ‘John Smith: A Reappraisal: A critical analysis of the leadership of the Labour Party’s lost leader’ is now available at https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0BGCXJKJ5.
We are joined by Alasdair Stewart, the newly elected Conservative Party Councillor for Purley Oaks & Riddlesdown, as we discuss the latest in the Conservative Party Leadership campaign and Croydon’s Directly Elected Mayor, Jason Perry’s, first 100 Days in office. We then chat with Alasdair about his initial experiences as a Councillor on Croydon Council.
We talk about Boris Johnson’s downfall and the Tory Leadership Race. We are then joined by Tam Laird, the leader of the Scottish Libertarian Party, to discuss Nicola Sturgeon’s demands for a second Scottish Independence referendum. Finally, we chat with Tam about his background and the Scottish Libertarian Party.
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The Scottish Libertarian party can be found online at http://scottishlibertarians.com/, on Twitter at https://twitter.com/ScoLibertarian, and on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/ScottishLibertarians/
We are joined by Graham Eardley, a spokesman for The Bruges Group, as we discuss the European Court of Human Rights blocking the Government’s Rwanda plan for asylum seekers and the proposed changes to the Northern Irish Protocol. We then chat with Graham about his background and the great work of The Bruges Group.