Bev Turner Today, 30th November 2022

Claire was in the GB News studio to review the stories of the day with Alan Miller of the Together Association, Emma Webb of the Common Sense Society and host Beverley Turner. They began by discussing claims that robots and AI will take jobs from over-55s and the phenomenon of sleeping pill use by children… … Read more

GB News paper review, 17th Nov 2022

Claire joined Liam Halligan and hosts Isabel Webster and Andrew Pierce in the GB News studio to review the morning’s papers. They began by discussing tax rises and spending cuts in the Autumn budget… They returned to discuss the lifting of the energy price cap and whether doctors should work at weekends… In the final … Read more

We must protect freedom to protest, even for those we despise

“One of the trickiest challenges of being in politics is defending the rights of those we disagree with vehemently. That dilemma has never been truer than in deciding how to approach the Public Order Bill, now making its way through the House of Lords. How can I defend the right to protest when I have little sympathy for those … Read more

Where have all the intellectuals gone?

A 2017 appearance of Claire from the BBC archives… Twenty years after the death of Isaiah Berlin, philosopher Jonathan Wolff goes in search of the Isaiah Berlins of today. Where is this particular kind of public intellectual? Does it matter If they are no longer around and what, if anything, has replaced them? Claire is … Read more

“I’ve heard far more criticism of the NHS than ever before. Maybe it’s broken.”

Claire joined Hugo Rifkind and Times Radio Breakfast presenters Aasmah Mir and Stig Abell to discuss the prospect of NHS strikes, reports that Rishi Sunak may delay caps on care costs, and Matt Hancock’s appearance on I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! Listen on Times Radio. You can hear Claire from 3 hours … Read more

Politics Live, 2nd November 2022

Claire joined Andrew Bridgen MP, Richard Burgon MP, Naomi Smith of Best for Britain and presenter Jo Coburn in the BBC studio to discuss Rishi Sunak’s U-turn over attending COP27, the Public Order Bill, rent controls, and whether Brexit has been a success so far. Watch the discussion on iPlayer.