Times Radio: Britain is a Gerontocracy (debate with Age UK)

Britain is a gerontocracy. Young people need tax cuts and housebuilding, but instead the government triple-locks pensions.

I joined Hannah MacInnes (in for Carole Walker) on Times Radio to debate Caroline Abrahams, charity director at Age UK.

Times Radio: A Generational Change In Attitudes, Not Nanny Statism, Caused The Drop In Smoking

I joined Carole Walker on the late night show on Times Radio to debate Deborah Arnett from Action on Smoking & Health (ASH) about the proposal to raise the legal smoking age in the UK to 21 and whether lower smoking rates are thanks to government intervention or society-wide generational attitude shifts towards cigarettes.

Times Radio (debate): WHO anti-vaping report

I joined Reya El-Salahi on Times Radio. I debated the World Health Organisation’s new anti-vaping report with Dr. Vinayak Prasad, the Programme Manager for the WHO Tobacco Free Initiative.

I joined Reya El-Salahi on Times Radio. I debated the World Health Organisation’s new anti-vaping report with Dr. Vinayak Prasad, the Programme Manager for the WHO Tobacco Free Initiative.

Times Radio (interview): Vaccine passports, obesity policy and tuition fee refunds

Vaccine passports, obesity policy and tuition fee refunds on the Times Radio Early Breakfast Show with Calum Macdonald.

I joined Calum Macdonald on the Times Radio Early Breakfast Show to discuss vaccine passports, obesity policy and tuition fee refunds.