Will the European Union learn the right lessons from the vaccine fiasco? Does Britain's phenomenal success mark a triumph for the free market? What could the impact be on UK GDP if we reopen three months earlier than nations on the continent? And could the EU's slow reawakening ignite a second eurozone crisis? On the ... Continue reading
On this week's Live with Littlewood, host and IEA Director General Mark Littlewood will be joined by: Robert Colvile – Director, Centre for Policy Studies Suzanne Evans – Director, Political Insight Syed Kamall – Acting Academic and Research Director, IEA Brendan O'Neill – Editor, Spiked Emma Webb – Deputy Research Director, Free Speech Union And ... Continue reading
Ryan Bourne sits down with Dr Steve Davies to discuss his new book 'Economics in One Virus: An Introduction to Economic Reasoning Through Covid-19'. You can purchase a copy of Ryan's book 'Economics In One Virus' here: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Economics-One-Virus-Introduction-Reasoning/dp/1952223067 You can read 'Turning a blind eye: Have economists been ignored during the pandemic?' by PROFESSOR PAUL ... Continue reading
On this week's episode of the UK's top free market show... Striking accord: Is the post-Covid global treaty a necessary step? Fat chance: Can lifestyle paternalism prevent the next pandemic? Runaway red tape: Immunity IDs and the risks of over-regulation Cartoon controversy: Should the Batley teacher be reinstated? On the panel... Alex Deane, Political Commentator ... Continue reading
On Monday 29th March, from 18:00 – 19:00 GMT, the Institute of Economic Affairs is delighted to host a discussion on the future of the UK tobacco harm reduction policy. Our panel of expert guests will consider how the UK can uphold its international standing on harm reduction, and what measures are needed to improve ... Continue reading
With the recent news that Boris Johnson has praised MPs censured by Beijing for ‘shining a light’ on human rights abuses, Sir Iain Duncan Smith MP gives his view on the Chinese regime in an IEA Webinar (from October 2020). He explains that in his opinion China poses a huge threat for the free and ... Continue reading
Kate Andrews, Economics Correspondent - Spectator explains the risk of inflation with the UK's current financial climate. She tells Mark Littlewood (host), Dominic Frisby and Steve Baker MP about Prime Minister Boris Johnson's school of thought when it comes to borrowing. This clip is part of a Live with Littlewood episode. If you enjoyed this ... Continue reading
On Wednesday 24th March, from 18:00 – 19:00 GMT, the Institute of Economic Affairs hosted a discussion with Reform UK Leader Richard Tice, for the latest episode of our In Conversation series with senior figures across public life. The IEA Director General, Mark Littlewood, chaired the discussion. Having spent most of his professional life in ... Continue reading
'Moo's Law: An Investor’s Guide to the New Agrarian Revolution' On Tuesday 23rd March, the Institute of Economic Affairs hosted a discussion with businessman Jim Mellon to discuss his latest book, Moo's Law: An Investor’s Guide to the New Agrarian Revolution. The IEA Director General, Mark Littlewood, chaired the discussion. Jim is a visionary entrepreneur ... Continue reading