Claire joined Jeremy Griffin and commentator Zoe Strimpel on Times Radio to discuss MP Tim Loughton’s claim that the UK is still too reliant on cheap imported labour, the temporary ceasefire in Gaza and David Cameron’s visit to Israel. Listen to the whole programme on the Times Radio website.
Claire spoke to TalkTV’s Kevin O’Sullivan and Alex Phillips about calls to ban pro-Palestine marches on Armistice Day, the role of identity politics in reactions to the Israel-Hamas war, the right to protest, the crisis of authority in the police and the causes of rising antisemitism.
Claire spoke to talkTV’s Mike Graham about David Cameron’s return to government.
“We are normalising the racism aimed at Jews, whereas when we see a few racist thugs from the EDL, everyone feels it’s back to normal… those white football working class people, we know they’re all racist.” Claire appeared on the GB News breakfast paper review with Norman Baker and discussed Suella Braverman’s description of pro-Palestine … Read more Breakfast with Eamonn and Isabel, 14th November 2023
On The Spectator‘s The Edition podcast, Claire, William Moore and Ian Acheson discussed the potential disruption to Armistice Day proceedings in London and the problems of policing protest. Claire appears from 5 minutes in…
Claire joined TalkTV’s Kevin O’Sullivan and Alex Phillips about the prospect of a pro-Palestinian march on Armistice Day going ahead despite Government objections.
Claire was invited onto Times Radio as the political ‘frenemy’ of Baroness Tina Stowell. With presenter Ed Vaizey they discussed with how they became friends, the rights and wrongs of pro-Palestinian demonstrations during the Armistice weekend, and whether the Covid inquiry is focused on the right things. “What’s really dangerous about this Lockdown inquiry is … Read more Frenemies in the Lords
On a return visit to the Vance Crowe Podcast, Claire discussed free speech, anti-Semitism, radical Islam, cancel culture, and the changing dynamics of public discourse
Claire talked to Patrick Christys about the Islamaphobia Awareness video posted by Labour leader Keir Starmer in the midst of rising anti-semitism: “It’s identity politics of the worst kind”.