The Changing Politics for Good #CP4G conference was hosted by former Brexit Party MEPs for the North West, Claire Fox and Henrik Overgaard-Nielsen. It took place in Stockport on 29th February 2020. The aim of the conference was to discuss the contemporary issues we face, as a nation, in the regions, and in our communities … Read more CP4G Conference
Claire joins Chris Snowdon and Tom Slater for Spiked’s Last Orders podcast to discuss the coronavirus, the government’s handling of the crisis, and whether they made the correct decision in u-turning its approach by imposing a lockdown.
Adam Boulton is by joined Claire Fox and Tamara Cohen to discuss the Prime Minister’s big announcement of a near-total lockdown as the country battles the coronavirus outbreak, but is the messaging getting through and has the government got it right so far? They examine the emergency legislation rushed through parliament to enforce government measures … Read more Coronavirus: The lockdown and legislation – is it enough?
The cost of politicising expertise and crying wolf for years is that sooner or later a real wolf emerges, argues Claire Fox in The Municipal Journal. Debates about experts are back. With an official pandemic to deal with, we’re all hanging on every word from the chief medical officer, Chris Whitty, and the chief scientific … Read more Who can you trust?
Claire is quoted in this article by Facts4EU, which uses EU Commission figures to show that workers across Europe often work much longer hours than those in the UK. Claire told Facts4EU: “One of the most galling aspects of the argument that we should leave the EU, were so many faux friends of workers’ rights … Read more GOOD BREXIT NEWS: UK working hours are amongst the lowest in the EU
Fighting for free speech is always frustrating. It often involves defending the free speech rights of those you despise. You are then accused of agreeing with the speech that has been silenced. It is the “you only want free speech so that you and your ilk can spout bigotry and racist bile” type argument, says … Read more Free Speech: don’t pass new laws, make and win the arguments instead