Jeffrey Peel is a former Conservative politician who worked to try to bring the Tories to Northern Ireland. He has worked for the UK Dept for International Trade, in market research and consulting, and consulted for a number of free market think tanks. He was also a regional business spokesperson for Vote Leave and Business for Britain and has appeared on numerous BBC programs including BBC Breakfast and the Nolan Show. The reason I asked Jeffrey on the show was to talk about the ideas of freedom and liberty in the time of covid, he’s been a prominent critic of the lockdowns and the way in which the government has handled the pandemic. We also spend quite a lot of time discussing the idea of vaccine passports and why we believe they are a bad idea.
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