Manage episode 286072027 series 2368215
Michelle Donelan, Universities Minister, joins Christopher Hope to talk about whether students are getting value for money at the moment and how remote learning could make higher education more accessible. Plus the thorny issue of cancel culture on campuses and why she insists it's not about protecting conservative values, but the British value of free speech.
Also on the podcast, Sir Stephen Bubb, Director of the Oxford Institute for Charity, amuses Chris by calling him "woke", and has some strong words for Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden, following the Minister's charity summit this week. And political commentator and former MEP Patrick O'Flynn tells us why he's feeling micromanaged by the Prime Minister.
Read 'Boris's 'roadmap' was meant to liberate us, not micro-manage us', Patrick O'Flynn: https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2021/02/22/boriss-roadmap-meant-liberate-us-not-micro-manage-us/ |
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