Claire appeared on the New Culture Forum’s Counterculture show, along with Gawain Towler, Douglas Chirnside, Rafe Heydel-Mankoo and host Peter Whittle, to discuss the launch of the controversial new current affairs channel GB News.
Claire appeared on the Mike Graham show on talkRADIO and discussed the ramifications of postponing Freedom Day, mandatory vaccinations for care home workers, vaccine passports for public events, and the People’s Lockdown Inquiry, a new and independent investigation into the impacts of lockdown, compiled by the Academy of Ideas and commissioned by The Reclaim Party.
Claire appeared on A Pint of Interest, a ‘weekly podcast from the pub’, for a wide-ranging discussion with hosts Lewis Brackpool and Oscar Holdway Lopez. Topics included: Claire’s relationship to the traditional left-right political spectrum, the decline of the Labour Party, Brexit and fighting for free speech. Claire appears from 16 minutes in.
Claire joined Greg Clark, Jess Phillips and Zoe Williams on LBC’s Cross Question with Iain Dale to discuss the postponement of Freedom Day, how to hold the Government to account for its covid policies, the responsibilities of leaseholders post-Grenfell, and footballers taking the knee.
Writing in The Spectator, Claire reflects on the current state of broadcast news… …It’s hardly a surprise then that many people are optimistic about the launch of GB News, a channel which aspires to have its finger on the public pulse and which seeks to feature a diverse range of opinion. Good. Indeed, one reason why the channel … Read more Can GB News live up to the hype?
In the aftermath of a recent religious scandal involving a schoolteacher, Claire Fox, writing in The MJ, salutes the binmen who, she believes, have shown up how a climate of fear can make cowards of leaders – and threaten our democratic core values… Three cheers for the binmen. And not just because they have continued … Read more Solidarity in a climate of fear
Claire joined Irish documentary filmmakers and authors Ann McElhinney and Phelim McAleer for The Ann and Phelim Scoop podcast. Topics discussed include Prince Harry’s views on the First Amendment, shifts in the political landscape in the UK after the recent local elections and the effects of lockdown on the public sphere. demobilising the public
Claire spoke to the leader of the Alba Party and former first minister of Scotland about Labour’s performance in the local government elections, whether the SNP has a mandate for independence, life in the Lords and the future of the Tory party.
Claire joined talkRADIO’s Mike Graham to discuss what the Martin Bashir scandal and means for the future of the BBC… Watch an excerpt from the discussion on Twitter.
Writing for Brexit Watch, Claire reflects on the recent local election results… ‘…this election has also shown that politics is starting to become more than Covid-focused, a relief after so long being told that was all that mattered. Labour’s long-standing disdain for working-class people, its putative base – as exemplified by its attitude to Brexit … Read more Democracy is back – but we must do more to be in rude health