Comeback Britain

Former Government Minister and MEP Ann Widdecombe kicks off today's show to tackle the morning's top headlines as Boris Johnson's allies say his latest lockdown police referral is a 'political stitch-up' and Suella Braverman is told she will not be sacked over speeding fine row. Independent Statistician Jamie Jenkins joins shortly after to discuss UK inflation falling to 8.7% as the IMF calls for Jeremy Hunt to scrap stamp duty to boost the economy. Director of The Bruges Group Robert Oulds returns to The Independent Republic to look ahead to new net migration figures set for release tomorrow from The Home Office as 'the blob' increases their attacks on the Home Secretary. Head of Comms & Public Affairs at the Centre For Policy Studies Emma Revell joins Mike to discuss new car tax plans that would see EVs 'pay per mile' after UK drivers say they are being treated like 'cash cows', and Chief Legal Counsel from the Free Speech Union Bryn Harris closes the show to discuss Top mathematicians around the country who are fighting back against a ‘politicised’ curriculum inundated with diversity guidance. All that and so much more, so tune in! 

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