James O’Brien – How They Broke Britain | How To Academy

Wed, 8 May 2024

6:45 pm - 8:00 pm BST

James O’Brien – How They Broke Britain

Live on Stage in London

The radio sensation joins us live to reveal the dark forces and figures who have broken Britain.

The mood in Britain feels bleak. The economy has tanked, our freedoms are shrinking, and social divisions are rapidly growing. We are living in a country that is almost unrecognisable from the one that existed a decade ago. But who is at fault? Who broke Britain and how did they do it?

Bold and incisive as ever, James O’Brien joins Ian Dunt to reveal the shady network of influence that has made the UK a country of strikes, shortages, and scandals. He will map the web that uncovers the dark think tanks connected to Downing Street, the journalists complicit in misleading the public, and the media bosses pushing their own agenda.

From Rupert Murdoch to David Cameron, Nigel Farage to the Liz Truss Kwasi Kwarteng partnership, James will reveal how the key players have conspired – either by incompetence or by design – to bring Britain to its knees.

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James O’Brien

Writer and Broadcaster

James O’Brien is an award-winning writer and broadcaster whose journalism has appeared everywhere from the TLS to the Daily Mirror. His daily current affairs programme is the most popular talk show on commercial radio with over 1.4 million weekly listeners.

His first book, How To Be Right, was a Sunday Times bestseller, which won the Parliamentary Book Award for Best Political Book by a non-politician. He is often to be found on Twitter trying not to get into arguments unless absolutely necessary.

Ian Dunt

Political Journalist and Author

Ian Dunt spent several years working in the heart of Westminster as editor of politics.co.uk. He is podcast host of Oh God What Now and Origin Story, regularly appears as a political pundit on TV and radio and is the author of two previous books – Brexit: What the Hell Happens Now and How to be a Liberal.