A Metal Misadventure

Writer and commentator Candice Holdsworth kicks off todays show to discuss teachers' vote to strike for seven days in February and March and how that will affect parents and students across the country, and why Rishi Sunak has blocked Nicola Sturgeon’s gender reforms. Former Met Police Superintendent Nusrit Mehtab joins shortly after to discuss the multiple chances the Met Police missed to stop rapist David Carrick in his tracks and how the nation is losing faith in the police force. Executive head at St Thomas the Apostle college and consultative head at Sacred heart school Serge Cefai returns to the Independent Republic to further discuss his dismay at the recent teachers strike announcement. Secretary of State for Work and Pensions Mel Stride MP joins Mike to discuss the latest ONS labour market statistics as UK pay surges 6.4 percent but real wages have dropped to 2.6 percent. Author Laura Dodsworth returns to the Independent Republic for her weekly lowdown and takedown of wokery and London Assembly Member for Bexley and Bromley and the deputy leader of the GLA Conservatives Peter Fortune closes the show to discuss how Sadiq Khan has made ‘false and dishonest’ statements to the London Assembly and manipulated ULEZ results. All that and so much more, so tune in!

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