Andrea Jenkyns MP on becoming a mum in your forties
The Juggling Act
Andrea Jenkyns and our host, Claire Newell have something in common. They’re both reluctant ‘geriatric mothers’, having given birth over the age of 35. The Yorkshire MP tells Claire how, three years on, she’s struggling to shift the ‘baby brain’, and why being married to a fellow parliamentarian wreaks havoc on childcare.How have you found returning to work after having a child? Tell us your story: https://www.telegraph.co.uk/women/work/have-found-returning-work-having-child-want-hear/ |For 30 days’ free access to The Telegraph: www.telegraph.co.uk/audio |Get in touch: firstname.lastname@example.org |
Backing Boris on Covid Curbs (with Andrea Jenkyns MP)
There's a growing rebellion among backbench Tory MPs that threatens a government defeat over its powers to impose restrictions to fight Covid-19.But Andrea Jenkyns, Conservative MP for Morley and Outwood and deputy chair of the European Research Group, says despite struggling with the issue she'll vote with the government.Plus, Bloomberg Opinion columnist Therese Raphael joins to discuss the chances of a post-Brexit trade deal emerging as the deadline looms, and the difficulties Boris Johnson is facing on the eve of the Conservative conference.
In this episode of TPA Talks, we speak to fiercely outspoken MP Andrea Jenkyns. Jenkyns is perhaps best known for raising her head above the parapet in the Brexit debate, but now has a new target in sight - the BBC. In this fascinating instalment, Jenkyns discusses BBC bias, why the licence fee is grossly outdated and why this government is well-placed to reform the BBC. We also touch upon Brexit and the government’s new anti-obesity campaign.
3: Andrea Jenkyns MP: BBC, Get Your Paws Off Our Pensioners!
Reasoned Conversations with Darren Grimes
Reasoned's Darren Grimes chats with Conservative MP Andrea Jenkyns about BBC plans to, from August 1st, make the over-75s who are not in receipt of Pension Credit pay for a TV licence.Andrea describes the plans as “completely ludicrous”, argues the BBC is reneging on their pledge to our pensioners and reads out some comments from concerned constituents who rely on their television set.There's a real social justice case, Andrea says, for decriminalising non-payment of the BBC's telly tax.The pair also discuss Brexit, the colleagues who still have not forgiven her for refusing to be loyal to Theresa May, Boris Johnson's plans to slim the nation and Marxist attacks on our values and our history.To make sure you never miss a single Reasoned video, click here to subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCX469QlvW5gdPCMek-d-kuQ?sub_confirmation=1Reasoned is fan-funded through monthly and one-time donations: https://www.paypal.me/ReasonUK******Follow Andrea on Twitter: https://twitter.com/andreajenkyns******Follow Reasoned on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ReasonedUKFollow Reasoned on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/ReasonedUKFollow Reasoned on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ReasonedUKFollow Darren on Twitter: https://twitter.com/darrengrimes_Follow Darren on Facebook: https://twitter.com/thedarrengrimes
8: Bumper Brexit Special with Hilary Benn and Andrea Jenkyns
Pod’s Own Country: The Yorkshire Post’s Political Podcast
Yorkshire Post Westminster Correspondent Geri Scott is joined by Leeds Central MP Hilary Benn and Morley and Outwood MP Andrea Jenkyns - both big Brexit players - to look at the last few years, and to the future, as the UK leaves the EU.
Sir Norman Lamb, Andrea Jenkyns, Tommy Sheppard and Professor Simon Heffer
Cross Question with Iain Dale
Joining Iain Dale on Cross Question this week are Sir Norman Lamb, Liberal Democrat MP for North Norfolk & former Health Minister, Andrea Jenkyns, Conservative MP for Morley and Outwood & Member of the Exiting the EU Select Committee, Tommy Sheppard, SNP MP for Edinburgh East and SNP Spokesperson for Scotland & the Cabinet Office and Professor Simon Heffer, the Telegraph Columnist.
Andrea Jenkyns, Kate Hoey, Rachel Sylvester and Baroness Susan Kramer
Cross Question with Iain Dale
Joining Iain Dale on Cross Question this week are Andrea Jenkyns, Conservative MP for Morley & Outwood; Kate Hoey, Labour MP for Vauxhall & Co-chair of Labour Leave; Rachel Sylvester, Columnist for the Times and Baroness Susan Kramer, Liberal Democrat peer, former transport minister and former MP for Richmond Park.