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Barrister Francis Hoar joins party leader Laurence Fox  to dissect the new Online Safety Bill and what impact it will have on the right to open discussion in the UK.
After Twitter labels George Galloway "Russian State-Affiliated Media" George hits back, and asks what's left for free speech in this country, in an exclusive interview on the Laurence Fox Show. 
Laurence talks our future of money, why all money is debt, what the Great Reset really means, digital IDs, social credit systems and digital currency. And, why they are all connected. Dab Tubb is a private investor and specialist in emerging trends. 
ABI ROBERTS UNCENSORED: The Queen of Common Sense talks to Laurence about media bias, her personal experience of living in Russia & why she’s been cancelled by GBNewsAbi Roberts is a comedian and broadcaster. She studied Russian in the UK and opera at the Moscow Conservatoire. In 2016, she became the first British stand up to perform a show in Russia, in Russian, when she took her one woman show, ANGLICHANKA, to Moscow.You can find her on Youtube here and twitter here. 
Laurence talks to broadcaster Calvin Robinson about his treatment at the hands of the church of England, and his efforts to become a minister. 
"We're both naughty boys, and you need naughty boys" Laurence speaks to one of the few men in Britain to always speak his mind, James Delingpole, about Canada, liberalism, God, the threat of war and the future or our civilisation.James Delingpole is a British journalist and commentators, host of the hugely successful Delingpod.
Laurence speaks to Dr David Cartland, a man who has risked everything to speak out about what he sees as the harms being done by our response to Covid. This interview cannot be shown on Twitter or Facebook. We'd be taken down by big tech - for simply telling David's story. Dr David Cartland is a General Practitioner from Cornwall, England. 
Alex talks to writer and philosopher Ben Irvine about his unique perspective on what he calls the Coronapanic, that Boris correctly pursued a Herd Immunity strategy in March 2020 but was abandoned by the conservative commentariat, leaving him open to attack from the socialist bureaucracies and unions, particularly the teachers. In so doing, have we allowed these interests, who could never get near power via the ballot box, to hold the country to ransom? Is Boris's heart in the right place? Find out in this fascinating conversation. Ben Irvine is the author of numerous books, including Scapegoated Capitalism and Space to Create: A writer's view on the housing crisis. You can buy them here. 
In this crossover event of the century, Escape from Lockdown has teamed up with the State of the Markets Podcast to settle once and for all the question of whether there is an overarching conspiracy. Arguing against, Deputy Editor of Country Squire magazine, James Bembridge, arguing for, State of the Markets co-host, author and wealth manager Tim Price. Who wins? You decide.With contributions from Toby Young, Allison Pearson, Dr Mike Yeadon, Bob Moran and Mark Changizi, and the great listeners to our podcasts. Co-hosted by Alex McCarron and Paul Rodriguez. 
Alex talks to psychologist Dr Gary Sidley about why the government mandated masks, why some scientists are obsessed by them, despite the paucity in evidence they do anything at all, and the damage that masks do to people forced to wear them. Dr Gary Sidley is a former NHS consultant clinical psychologist, as well as a writer, blogger and trainer. He is the author of Tales from the Madhouse and a member of HART. He is also a leading member of the smile free campaign, working to stop the spread of mask mandates in the UK. 
Alex talks to bastion of tweed conservatism, James Bembridge, about whether the political and social culture of Britain can withstand the cultural onslaught of lockdown. James is the Deputy Editor of Country Squire magazine. 
Alex talks to writer, comedian and lockdown sceptic Nick Dixon about how his live comedy career was eviscerated by lockdown, the culture war and lockdownism, and whether it's worth listening to what Dominic Cummings has to say about lockdowns. Nick has been a jobbing circuit comedian for ten years, recently started writing for Spiked and has weekly slot on TalkRadio. You can have a fun time on his website here.
Alex talks to writer and youtuber Ben Pile about his work looking at the Climate Change panic, and its similarities (and some differences) with the Covid Panic.  Along the way, they discuss the modern technocratic ideology, the influence of supranational bodies and agencies on our lives and just how much will Net Zero cost us. You can read Ben's blog here, watch his youtube output here, and follow him on twitter here. 
Alex speaks to barrister Francis Hoar about his battles in court against lockdown. Along  the way, they talk about the individual cases has fought against the government, how he arrived at his legal philosophy and how the state of lockdown his damned the country's system of law. Francis Hoar is a barrister of constitutional cases, as well as specialising in public law, commercial law and employment law.If you want to help Francis' current legal fight, to end to quarantine of travellers to the UK, you can donate at https://www.crowdjustice.com/case/end-the-quarantine/
Alex talks to theoretical cognitive scientist Dr Mark Changizi about why governments around the world has pursued a policy as destructive as lockdown with such determination and alacrity. In this wide-ranging interview, they discuss lockdown as a psychological phenomenon and compare is to other mass-hysterias that have taken public consciousness hostage.  Dr Mark Changizi is a multi-disciplinary theorist who has worked in a number of different fields in a fascinating and career including cognition, physics, maths, neurobiology, answering questions as diverse as why we see illusions, why we like music and why we get pruny fingers in the rain. 
Alex talks to the Telegraph's Oliver Smith about what travel will look like in the age of Covid, whether we will be able to go on holiday ever again or will the threat of new variants keep us locked up in HMP Great Britain.Oliver Smith is the Digital Travel Editor for the Telegraph. 
Alex talks to writer Ronan Maher, ostensibly about whether lockdowns have become an integral part of leftist political thought. As Alex polishes off a bottle of wine beers, it degenerates into a wide-ranging conversation about the state of the world today. 
Alex talks to writer and activist Stacey Rudin about the state of lockdown in the USA, China's role in bringing it about and her experience helping the Great Barrington Declaration cone into being. Stacey Rudin is a freelance  writer, activist, community leader, volunteer, and former litigator. Her work appears in a number of outlets, including for the AIER and RealClearPolitics.You can read some of her work on her brilliant Medium page here
Alex talks to writer, broadcast, critic and professional Grumpy Old Woman Kathryn Flett about what promises to be the worst Christmas since the war, and  the of the state of play in our neverending lockdown. Kathryn Flett begin her career writing for magazines like  I-D and the Face, before being appointed editor of Arena. After a many years at The Observer, she is now restaurant critic for the Telegraph. She has made numerous TV appearances, including as one of the BBC's Grumpy Old Women and as a judge of Miss Naked Beauty.
Alex talks to comedian Tania Edwards as they paint a terrifying picture of a biofascist state that could emerge in a dystopian near future as a result of the current lockdown induced terror.
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