Many would argue that the Conservative Party hasn't been truly conservative for quite some time. Where can these socially conservative voters turn? In the face of Tory electoral dominance, do smaller right-wing parties have any future in the UK? What should their role & purpose be? What issues should they focus on? Does splitting the right-wing vote pose any potential dangers? What is the future for conservatism in the UK?
These are the issues for this episode of #NCFCounterCulture. Our panel:
* Patrick O'Flynn, former Political Editor of the Daily Express, sometime UKIP Economic Spokesman, and Member of the European Parliament from 2014 to 2019 (UKIP & SDP).
* Robin Aitken MBE, a former BBC journalist who is a leading critic of the BBC and is the author of ""Can We Trust the BBC?" and "The Noble Liar".
* Rafe Heydel-Mankoo of the New Culture Forum, historian, author and broadcaster.
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