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Morning Glory with Mike Graham

Lest We Forget

Former MEP Alex Phillips kicks off todays show as we delve into the mornings headlines as Prime Minister Sunak pledges two more barges holding 1,000 migrants will be in place within months, vows Rishi Sunak and despite growing Brexit woes amongst remainers the UK has defied Brexit fears by topping Europe for finance investing. Director for the Centre For Migration And Economic Prosperity Steven Woolfe joins shortly to discuss further the nation's migration crisis as a survey finds that half of young Albanians want to come to Britain despite risks of crossing the channel. Author of “A State of Fear: How the UK government weaponised fear during the Covid-19 pandemic” Laura Dodsworth returns for her weekly takedown of the top headlines from clown world as a new report finds the 'benefits'; of lockdown were ‘a drop in the bucket compared to the costs’, we also ask why Anglo-Saxons aren’t real according to Cambridge in an effort to fight ‘nationalism’. Conservative MP For Stoke On Trent North Jonathan Gullis returns to the home of common sense to provide his view on Sunaks plans to defy the House of Lords as net migration continues to soar, Founder of UsForThem Molly Kingsley joins Mike to discuss her front page story in The Telegraph this morning for being cast as an extremist during lockdown, and Andrew Whitmarsh from the D-Day Museum in Portsmouth closes the show to commemorate the fallen veterans who fought for our freedom during the second world war. All that and so much more, so tune in!


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