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Andrew Allison, Head of Campaigns at The Freedom Association, talked with Lee Anderson, Conservative MP for Ashford about the former red wall seats, free speech, cancel culture, and even about having a vegan pint of beer!
Andrew Allison, Head of Campaigns at The Freedom Association, talked to William Yarwood, President of the University of Exeter Freedom Society, about why the society is important and successful, and why there should be freedom societies in every university in the UK. They are easy to set-up and The Freedom Association will assist you every step of the way.
Please consider setting-up a Freedom Society in your university today.
Andrew Allison, Head of Campaigns for The Freedom Association chatted with David Stephenson, TV Editor of the Sunday Express. They explored what the future will look like for the print media in the UK and the BBC. Does the TV licence fee have a future? Will the BBC have to explore alternative funding models? Spoiler alert: the answers to the last two questions are no and yes respectively!
Click HERE to watch it
During our next webinar, The Freedom Association will address the subject of 'The British Union at risk: how do we fight back?' It will take place on Tuesday 23rd March at 6.00 pm. Confirmed panellists are:
Andrew Allison, Head of Campaigns for The Freedom Association
Rt Hon Baroness Hoey. Born and brought up in Northern Ireland, Kate served as the Labour MP for Vauxhall from 1989-2019
Rt Hon David Jones MP, Conservative MP for Clwyd West and a former Secretary of State for Wales
Brian Monteith, Council Member of The Freedom Association and a former Conservative MSP
The webinar will be chaired by David Campbell Bannerman, our Chairman and a former Conservative MEP. David has written this article about saving the British Union.
You can register by clicking here. Places are limited. We hope that you will be able to join us.
In a Freedom Association webinar, held on Tuesday 2nd February, Captain Tim Scott, a former army officer and Treasurer of The Freedom Association, highlighted that our armed forces are a force for good and also highlighted the future opportunities there are for the defence and security of the UK now we have left the European Union.
Click here to watch the full webinar.
Andrew Allison, Head of Campaigns for The Freedom Association, chatted to Philip Davies MP. Philip is the Conservative MP for Shipley and serves on The Freedom Association's Council and Management Committee. They talked about the damaging lockdown restrictions and how the Government should end them, not only for the sake of the economy, but for people's health and wellbeing in general.
To watch the podcast on YouTube, click here.
In a Freedom Association webinar, held on Tuesday 2nd February, the Rt Hon Julian Lewis MP, a former Chair of the House of Commons Defence Select Committee, and the current Chair of the Intelligence and Security Committee, discussed the defence challenges facing the UK.
Click here to watch the full webinar.
WATCH Colonel Richard Kemp giving his assessment about the opportunities for defence policy in a post-Brexit world
In a recent Freedom Association webinar, Colonel Richard Kemp gave his assessment about the opportunities for defence policy in a post-Brexit world.
He said that "freedom from the EU means freedom in the future, as we have had in the past, to pursue our own global defence policies in our country's interests."
Click on the image below to watch it.
The following was written for this series of essays, published in January of this year, by Daniel Moylan, a former adviser to Boris Johnson as Mayor of London, and who could take charge of Brexit policy if Boris becomes Prime Minister.
London has long shrugged off the brooding sense of resentment other parts of the country sometimes feel at its dominance of national political and economic life. After all, the capital, with over eight million people, is a social eco-system of its own, caught up in its own affairs and confident that its net contribution to the Government coffers (over £26 billion a year) is sufficient answer to any regional chippiness.Read more
On the anniversary of the referendum, Peer urges ‘negative’ Government to start talking about the benefits of Brexit
22nd June 2018
On the eve of the second anniversary of the EU referendum, the independent Labour Peer, Lord Stoddart of Swindon has criticised the Government for its: “negativity and failure to make clear the many benefits the UK will enjoy outside of the European Union. The British people had a vision of a positive future outside of the EU, when they bravely voted for Brexit on 23rd June 2016. It is a about time the Government did too!”
Lord Stoddart said: “It really is very disappointing that it has to be the American Ambassador who is reminding us of what a great country we are and of the optimistic future we can look forward to outside of the EU. He is absolutely right to be dismayed at the defeatism we, as a nation, are exhibiting towards Brexit. It is high time that our rather negative Government, which seems to regard the negotiations with the EU as some sort of damage limitation exercise, started being a cheer leader for the benefits of leaving the EU, not least the £10.5 billion net and rising that we will no longer have to pay to be in this failing economic bloc.
“The passage of the EU (Withdrawal) Bill through both Houses of Parliament this week is hugely significant because it means that the European Communities Act 1972, which made the EU supreme over Westminster, will be repealed. In other words, despite the endless anti-democratic wailing of the Remain brigade, there is no going back, we are leaving the EU and re-establishing the supremacy of our own Government and Parliament. Not before time!”
THE PRESS OFFICE OF The Lord Stoddart of Swindon (independent Labour)
Media contact: Stuart Gulleford
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