Claire was a guest on Tonight Live with Dan Wootton on GB News, where she discussed attempts to shut down debate during lockdown, the importance of free and open discussion in a post-pandemic world, and the real-life Battle of Ideas festival event, Open for Debate, taking place in Westminster this Saturday, 31st July. Get your … Read more Claire discusses the Battle of Ideas on GB News
John Cronin and Matt Stevens of Reform UK visited the Academy of Ideas office to discuss Open for Debate, a live face-to-face Battle of Ideas festival event taking place in Westminster this coming Saturday 31st July.
On 29th February 2020, several hundred democrats came together in a Stockport conference centre to discuss how to build on the radical promise of Brexit. Changing Politics For Good: What Next? was organised by Claire Fox and fellow Brexit Party MEP Henrik Overgaard-Nielsen. While campaigning to defend Brexit they had noticed that the phrase ‘Change … Read more A year on from Changing Politics for Good
How can referenda can be used to empower people and deepen citizen participation? Claire took part, along with Bruno Kaufmann and Donal Ó Brolcháin, in this discussion organised by the Solonian Democracy Institute. You can hear other discussions from the event here.
Isabel Hilton hosts the iai’s online discussion on the changes Covid-19 has brought to the political landscape, from right-wing governments like UK’s Conservative party spending at unprecedented levels to left-wing governments such as Sweden’s Social Democrats refusing to intervene in opposition to the traditionally anti-intervention right. The panellists include Claire Fox, Paul Mason, and Bim … Read more Institute of Ideas and Arts Live: Left, Right and Covid
The Ayn Rand Centre UK hosts their first online panel event with Razi Ginzberg in conversation with Claire Fox and Craig Biddle. The topic in discussion was the rise of tribalism, toxicity and cancel culture. Collectively do these concepts represent a sign of intolerant times and intellectual shallowness, or are they merely an attempts to … Read more Ayn Rand Centre UK: Understanding ‘Cancel Culture
Claire joins panellists Isabel Oakshott, and Andrew Lilico among others for the Institute of Economic Affairs’ online event ‘Live with Littlewood’ hosted by IEA Director Mark Littlewood to discuss Rishi Sunak’s fiscal statement, “cancel culture”, and how the West should approach China post-pandemic.
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
As a now-former Member of the European Parliament for North West England, I would like to thank everyone for the support they given us over the past year. I stood for election at a time when it looked like the Leave vote of June 2016 was going to be overturned, or at least substantially watered … Read more Statement: Ending my time as an MEP
Claire addressed her hometown of Buckley, North Wales, for a Brexit Party Rally on Monday 2 December. She recalls her fond memories growing up there, as well as her first experience of political betrayal at the hands of the Labour. Claire lambasts the arrogance of the Labour party for their patronising treatment of the Welsh … Read more Buckley homecoming rally: the failure of the two main parties in Wales