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The Young IPA Podcast – Episode 77 with Nigel Farage, Gideon Rozner & Janet Albrechtsen

Written by and
14 September 2018

This week James and Pete discuss the Serena Williams controversy, the nine year old who won’t stand for the national anthem and why this shouldn’t be a story, South Yorkshire police asking people to report non-crime hate incidents and Google capitulating to Russia. IPA Research Fellow Gideon Rozner sits down with Nigel Farage to discuss his tour of Australia and what advice he would give to Australians wanting to promote liberty (15:51-21:20), then Gideon joins us in studio to reflect on the interview and discuss his time on tour of Australia with Alfredo Ortiz from the Job Creators Network in the US (21:29-30:40). We then talk to IPA Director and columnist at The Australian Janet Albrechtsen about the news of the week, including the Serena Williams story and the national anthem (30:52-42:02)

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James Bolt

James Bolt is a Research Fellow at the Institute of Public Affairs

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