The Bigger Picture: The challenges for Sajid Javid and why Batley & Spen is so important for Labour
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Mike Indian looks at the challenges being faced by Sajid Javid as the new Secretary of State for Health and what changes it is likely to bring in the Cabinet's response to the Covid pandemic. In the wake of Matt Hancock's resignation, he raises renewed concerns about those people who advise our senior politicians. And he explains why the result of the Batley & Spen by-election is more important to Labour than people think and why it should serve as a wake-up call to Keir Starmer.Visit www.shareradio.co.uk for more .. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Why Sajid Javid is right - there must be no going back after July 19
The Andrew Pierce Show
Andrew Pierce talks to pub owner Tim Foster on why Britain cannot afford any more lockdowns after 'Freedom Day' next month, and talks to Simon Calvert of the Be Reasonable Campaign about why moves to ban smacking will just criminalise innocent parents. Plus, a real-life flying car has taken flight - but you won't believe how much it costs!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Former UK Chancellor Sajid Javid On Inflation, Climate Change and Post-Brexit Britain
Macro Hive Conversations With Bilal Hafeez
This episode is supported by private equity platform Moonfare. Sajid is currently the Conservative Member of Parliament for Bromsgrove. He has held two of the four ‘Great Offices Of State’ in the UK government: Chancellor of the Exchequer and Home Secretary. He was first elected to Parliament in 2010. Before that, he worked at Deutsche Bank and Chase Manhattan Bank. At Deutsche Bank, he helped build their emerging market businesses. Sajid was born in Rochdale (Manchester) and was raised in Bristol. He read Economic and Politics at Exeter University. In the podcast, we talk about: How has the UK handled the pandemic so far? The UK fiscal outlook – spending focuses and taxes How pandemic shocks differ from wars Why inflation could pick up The importance of climate change and the UK track record Results of the UK’s Integrated Review and centrality of climate change Why biodiversity also matters Will UK parliament’s unanimous support for climate change policy continue? UK’s global role in a post-Brexit world New measures to attract international talent to UK Possible future global alliances
In this special episode, CGP CEO Ryan Henson speaks with former Home Secretary and Chancellor of the Exchequer Sajid Javid MP about his path into politics, his views on Global Britain and some new policy suggestions for supporting developing countries. This interview first took place at Conservative Spring Forum in association with Conservative Home. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/force-for-good/message
Voting: What is it good for? | Dominic Raab & Sajid Javid
Sophy Ridge on Sunday
Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab struggles to say all votes should be counted in a democratic election, after President Trump claims fraud in the United States. Former Chancellor Sajid Javid explains why the right man won. Sophy discusses whether Joe Biden will be a friend to Boris Johnson.
Former chancellor and Home Secretary Sajid Javid talks about growing up with four brothers, children of immigrants from Pakistan, sharing a two bedroom house in one of Bristol's most notorious areas. Sajid describes how he overcame racism and low educational expectations to forge a stellar political career and to hold some of the most influential positions in British Government.See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In the latest from our summer interview series, former UK chancellor Sajid Javid joins Sebastian Payne for a discussion on whether the government has the right approach to getting the country's economy moving again and why he thinks the civil service could benefit from greater diversity.See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.