Government and Institutions

Emily Carver writes for Conservative Home

Emily Carver, Head of Media at the IEA, has penned an article for Conservative Home on the need for Boris Johnson to demonstrate his long-term plan in the build up to the next general election. Emily argues that the Prime Minister must not allow his administration to be defined by crisis management, and should focus ... Continue reading
Government and Institutions

Christopher Snowdon appears on LBC

IEA Head of Lifestyle Economics Christopher Snowdon appeared on LBC's Cross Question presented by Iain Dale. Chris appeared alongside journalist Rachel Cunliffe, Conservative MP Andrew Bowie, and Labour MP Chris Bryant to discuss Keir Starmer's speech to Labour Party conference, a £15 minimum wage, and violence against women in the wake the killing of Sarah ... Continue reading
Government and Institutions

Annabel Denham writes for The Spectator

Annabel Denham, Director of Communications at the IEA, argued that the pandemic has demonstrated that big state intervention is a recipe for disaster, with the government failing to deliver a series of costly projects highlighted by a recent Public Accounts Committee report. In an op-ed for The Spectator, Annabel said: "Far from vindicating the socialists, ... Continue reading
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Christopher Snowdon writes for City AM

In an opinion column for City AM, IEA Head of Lifestyle Economics, Christopher Snowdon, discussed how policy making in Britain is trapped by 'status-quo bias', which Christopher described as "a form of small-c conservatism in which people have a preference for what they have become accustomed to even when it is clearly suboptimal from their ... Continue reading
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Annabel Denham writes for The Spectator

In an op-ed for The Spectator, IEA Director of Communications, Annabel Denham, argued opinion polls are not the most accurate ways of understanding an individual's desires or intentions and can often be wildly inaccurate. Instead, peoples behaviour is a key indicator of a person's priorities. Annabel argued that government policy has recently been heavily guided ... Continue reading
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Emma Revell writes for City AM

In a debate column for City AM, IEA Head of Public Affairs, Emma Revell, argued that individuals should not have to provide social media companies with ID when setting-up an account. Under new proposals to prevent online abuse, the government has suggested ID verification for users. Emma argued "the desire to identify and hold to ... Continue reading

Victoria Hewson quoted in the Daily Express

The Labour Party have called for more more public contracts to be awarded to British businesses in an attempt to win back voters in red wall seats. Under the plans, a Labour government would ask public bodies to give more contracts to British firms. Responding to the news in the Daily Express, IEA Head of ... Continue reading
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Live with Littlewood covered in the Daily Express

In the latest episode of Live with Littlewood, Rebecca Ryan, Defund the BBC Campaign Director, spoke about the need to scrap the BBC licence fee with IEA Director General Mark Littlewood. She said the government has been "tone deaf" on the licence fee issue, saying that the growing anti-BBC license fee movement was winning on the ... Continue reading
Government and Institutions

Annabel Denham quoted in the Daily Express

The Daily Express has reported IEA Director of Communications Annabel Denham's appearance on Talk Radio where she slammed the BBC licence fee as "not fit for purpose", calling on the TV tax to be scrapped. Read the full write up of Annabel's appearance on Talk Radio here.... Continue reading
Government and Institutions

Annabel Denham writes for The Telegraph

In an op-ed for The Telegraph, IEA Director of Communications Annabel Denham wrote about the growing threats to freedom and liberty from health chiefs, the woke BBC agenda and other nanny state advocates. Annabel focuses on censorship in advertising, warning that bans on 'junk food' ads represents a real threat to freedom of speech, expressing ... Continue reading