Blue Collar Conversations

Episode 14: Rebuilding the Economy after COVID with Norman Lamont, John Redwood & Matthew Goodwin

July 04, 2020 Blue Collar Conservatism Season 1 Episode 14
Blue Collar Conversations
Episode 14: Rebuilding the Economy after COVID with Norman Lamont, John Redwood & Matthew Goodwin
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Blue Collar Conversations
Episode 14: Rebuilding the Economy after COVID with Norman Lamont, John Redwood & Matthew Goodwin
Jul 04, 2020 Season 1 Episode 14
Blue Collar Conservatism

Boris Johnson channelled his inner Franklin Roosevelt this week to deliver his "New Deal" speech.  Aimed at moving the national debate away from lockdown and onto the future, the Prime Minster promised to "build, build, build".

With the Chancellor set to map out the Government's plan to nurse the economy back to health on Wednesday, Esther McVey is joined by three guests to discuss the detail in the Prime Minister's speech, the significance of having delivered it in Dudley and what the Chancellor needs to include in his plan to rebuild the economy after COVID:

(01:58) Matthew Goodwin, Professor of politics at the University of Kent

(09:38) John Redwood MP, former Secretary of State and policy adviser to Margaret Thatcher

(23:29) Lord Norman Lamont, former Chancellor of the Exchequer

Show Notes

Boris Johnson channelled his inner Franklin Roosevelt this week to deliver his "New Deal" speech.  Aimed at moving the national debate away from lockdown and onto the future, the Prime Minster promised to "build, build, build".

With the Chancellor set to map out the Government's plan to nurse the economy back to health on Wednesday, Esther McVey is joined by three guests to discuss the detail in the Prime Minister's speech, the significance of having delivered it in Dudley and what the Chancellor needs to include in his plan to rebuild the economy after COVID:

(01:58) Matthew Goodwin, Professor of politics at the University of Kent

(09:38) John Redwood MP, former Secretary of State and policy adviser to Margaret Thatcher

(23:29) Lord Norman Lamont, former Chancellor of the Exchequer