On this episode of Last Orders, our podcast on all things nanny state, Tom Slater, Chris Snowdon and Rob Lyons discuss the government’s obesity strategy, what our Theresa May's government will mean for lifestyle freedom, and the snobbery of the war on booze.
On this week's spiked podcast, Duleep Allirajah looks back at the Rio Olympics, Luke Gittos tells us why we should scrap the Human Rights Act and Alan Miller discusses the Night Tube and the war on nightlife. www.spiked-online.com
On this week’s spiked podcast, Mick Hume discusses the Rio Olympics; Joanna Williams explains why she’s fed up of the grammar-schools debate; and Will Franken talks comedy, offence and the Edinburgh Fringe. www.spiked-online.com
On this week's spiked podcast, Jon Holbrook discusses the Scottish Named Person scheme; Sabine Beppler-Spahl looks at Germany's week of horror; and Jacob Furedi discusses the recent protests at Byron burger. www.spiked-online.com
In this episode of the spiked podcast, Brendan O'Neill, Phil Mullan and Jennie Bristow discuss their contributions to the the latest issue of the spiked review: A New Europe. www.spiked-online.com
In this week’s spiked podcast, to mark the publication of her new book The Moral Case for Abortion, Ann Furedi explains why it is crucial that we uphold women’s bodily autonomy. www.spiked-online.com
Brendan O'Neill says we need to rediscover the Bastille spirit. www.spiked-online.com
On this month's Last Orders, spiked's podcast on all things nanny state, Tom Slater and Chris Snowdon are joined by author and former GP Michael Fitzpatrick to discuss whether obese people are malnourished; why the World Health Organisation is so concerned about smoking in Syria; and public health's exploitation of the youth.