Councils should ‘be consciously biased against those who refuse to see us as individuals beyond our skin colour’, argues Claire Fox Dear councils, I am here to encourage you to rebel. You have a long tradition of rejecting the way things are done in Westminster, so I am hoping you will reject the utterly barmy … Read more A question of equality
Claire joined presenter Jo Coburn and guests Owen Jones, Tory MP Henry Smith and Labour MP Siobhain McDonagh to discuss the decision to lockdown universities to halt and spread of Coronavirus, as well as the breaking story that Donald Trump had only paid $750 in income tax and how this would affect his re-election chances. … Read more Politics Live: University Lockdown and Trump’s tax returns
Claire joins Ian Collins of TalkRadio to discuss the growing tendency towards censorship. She highlights the Charlie Hebdo shooting as an example of when the phrase ‘I find that offensive’ led to a brutal murder, and re-affirms the importance of people being able to make fun of institutions of all flavour.
As local lockdowns become more common, Claire Fox in The Municipal Journal warns against the use of draconian measures – keeping everyone working from home may not be the best option. Local lockdowns are the new normal it seems. The most recent placed restrictions on millions of people living in the North West. The media … Read more Unleash freedom, not fears
Claire joins Michael Heaver of Westmonster to discuss her nomination for a peerage, her mixed feelings about going to the House of Lords, and what she hopes to achieve once a member.
In the week the Prime Minister begins a campaign to help people lose weight after the coronavirus outbreak, Adam Boulton is joined by Claire Fox, Richard Angell and Jon Craig to assess whether the PM’s plans to ban junk food adverts before 9pm and include clearer labelling of calories on alcoholic drinks will have the … Read more The war on fat
Liam Halligan and Kate Hoey host Claire Fox on The Telegraph‘s Planet Normal Podcast to discuss the current war on history, the BBC’s metamorphosis into the mouthpiece for woke propaganda, the dangers of mandating a narrow and prescriptive view of social relations into all facets of society, and how to deal with social media backlashes.
Tom Bewick, Chief Executive of the Federation of Awarding Bodies, hosts Claire Fox and guess to discuss how Covid-19 has affected the further education and skills sector and what lessons can be learnt from this crisis so that the sector is better prepared for any future outbreak.
Claire Fox speaks to The Sun’s Steve Edginton for the Burning Questions series to discuss the ongoing culture wars and the dangers of the ‘woke’ movement particularly in the areas of censorship and revisionism.
Black lives matter, says Claire Fox in The Municipal Journal. But will black lives today be improved if local government becomes preoccupied by a war against inanimate objects and historical wrongs. One remarkable reaction to the brutal killing of George Floyd in the US has been the wave of UK-wide demonstrations that sprang up in … Read more Toppling statues is the easy part