The TaxPayers' Alliance, Britain's leading independent grassroots campaign for lower taxes and better public services, discuss the issues that matter to taxpayers with a host of interesting guests in this exciting new podcast series.
Breaking down the Budget - TPA Talks Special Episode
Andrea Leadsom MP and journalist and presenter Georgie Frost join us for this live episode of TPA Talks as we break down the Budget!
Julia Hartley-Brewer - TPA Talks Episode 9
TPA Talks makes a triumphant return in 2021 with renowned broadcaster and journalist Julia Hartley-Brewer. Drawing on her experience at the forefront of talkRADIO and political commentary, we discuss the changing face of British media, holding politicians to account through the coronavirus crisis, why some people are losing faith in mainstream journalism, and more!
Reviewing the Spending Review - TPA Talks Special Episode
Our chief executive, John O'Connell, and our chairman, Mike Denham, break down the Spending Review in the first-ever live broadcast episode of TPA Talks!
Lionel Shriver - TPA Talks Episode 8
Renowned American author and journalist Lionel Shriver joins us on this episode of TPA Talks to discuss the US election. Shriver offers her thoughts on why Americans decided not to re-elect Donald Trump, what a Biden presidency means for the social and fiscal landscape of America, and how these events will affect us in the UK. This podcast was recorded on the 12th November.
Katharine Birbalsingh - TPA Talks Episode 7
Renowned education reformer Katharine Birbalsingh CBE joins us for this episode of TPA Talks. Drawing on her experience founding Michaela Community School in London, Birbalsingh explains the difference between traditional and progressive schooling, the importance of responsibility and choice, why free schools work, and more!
A Check-up for the NHS - TPA Talks Special Episode
In this special episode of TPA Talks, we host a roundtable of experts to discuss the TPA’s latest research paper evaluating the UK health system (pre-coronavirus) in comparison to that of other developed nations. This bold and important conversation will be of great interest to those looking for a balanced and pragmatic evaluation of the NHS, particularly at a time when public health is at the forefront of the nation's psyche.
👤 Matthew Lesh, Head of Research, Adam Smith Institute
👤 Kristian Niemietz, Head of Political Economy, Institute of Economic Affairs
👤 Darwin Friend, Policy Analyst, TaxPayers’ Alliance
👤 Danielle Boxall, Media Campaign Manager, TaxPayers’ Alliance