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8 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Christopher Snowdon. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Christopher Snowdon, often where they are interviewed.

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AQ: Mims Davies MP, Louise Haigh MP, Christine Jardine MP and Christopher Snowdon.

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Chris Mason presents political debate from London Broadcasting House with Mims Davies MP, Louise Haigh MP, Christine Jardine MP and Christopher Snowdon.
Sep 11 2020 · 47mins
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The Daily Objective | Episode 64 - The Nanny State | Rucka & Nikos Sotirakopoulos with Guest Christopher Snowdon

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On today's #FreedomFriday episode of The Daily Objective, co-hosts Rucka and Nikos are joined by guest Christopher Snowdon of Institute of Economic Affairs to discuss the development of the nanny state and of government-imposed paternalism, and how it can be resisted.

Sep 05 2020 · 26mins

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Spectator Out Loud: Christopher Snowdon, leading article, Toby Young

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Christopher Snowdon on Britain's lost demographic; this week's leading article on the Government's mixed messaging; and Toby Young on why he's in Jeffrey Epstein's little black book.

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Jul 18 2020 · 20mins
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EP 25 - (feat. Christopher Snowdon) See EU Later / Nanny State

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After a decent catch up on Britain finally leaving the EU, I talk Nanny State with the one & only Christopher Snowdon. We talk vaping, smoking, drinking, gambling, taking drugs - all the good stuff really. In the letters we talk about the CEO who wanted to ban men talking about football. There's also the crucial question of which Labour Leadership candidate would be capable of putting up a tent.

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Jan 29 2020 · 1hr

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"We Should Legalise Most Drugs" - Christopher Snowdon

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Christopher Snowdon is a writer and the Head of Lifestyle Economics at the IEA. In this episode we discuss:

Why We Should Legalise Most Drugs
Why We're Fat and What Can We Do About It? 

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Jul 07 2019 · 46mins
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#52 The Nanny State with Christopher Snowdon of Institute of Economic Affairs

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#52 The Nanny State with Christopher Snowdon of Institute of Economic Affairs

State of the Markets Podcast

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Christopher Snowdon of the Institute of Economic Affairs https://iea.org.uk/

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Mar 03 2019 · 1hr 27mins
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Is There Any Justification for Paternalistic Policies? (with Christopher Snowdon)

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Drinking alcohol and smoking cigarettes are legal activities, but politicians use the law in order to discourage people from doing these things that may seen as poor for your health. This is inconsistent with John Stuart Mill’s famous principle that people should be free in the sense that they should be able to do whatever they like as long as they are not harming others.

What is paternalism? Should we take care of those who do not know any better for themselves? Are there different types of paternalism? What is considered coercion? Should the government enforce vaccinations for the purpose of collective action? Should the government worry about public health?

Further Reading:

Killjoys: A Critique of Paternalism, written by Christopher Snowden

Nudge: Improving Decisions About Health, Wealth, and Happiness, written by Richard H. Thaler and Cass R. Sunstein

Related Content:

“Libertarian” Paternalism?, Free Thoughts Podcast

Paternalism and Barbarism, written by Aaron Ross Powell

Against Paternalism, written by Neera K. Badhwar

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Feb 15 2019 · 42mins
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Christopher Snowdon

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CliffCentral.com — This episode of the show plays host to Institute of Economic Affairs' director of lifestyle economics, columnist and author Christopher Snowdon. Chris discusses many of the ideas expressed in his new book 'Killjoys', which looks at the paternalistic policies of governments in an attempt to save people from themselves. The discussion takes a hard look at the NHS, the war on schools to ban fast food, and the authoritarian attempts to control all the vices of the working class. Jonathan delves into the zealotry and colossal waste of funding that is public health, while Roman explores the evolving status of regulation around e-cigarettes. The conversation ultimately makes its way to the status of Brexit, Donald Trump's silly tweets, and show favourite Jacob Rees-Mogg.
Dec 05 2017 · 1hr 3mins