“We don’t believe you” continues to interest

The Independent says they will be running the first chapter of the book next week on austerity economics as part of an article.

Someone wrote in and said there are no more tickets for my IEA talk based on the book on June 11th at 6.15pm. The IEA assure me that whilst there is strong demand there are still a few tickets left for those interested.

They are on 0207 799 3745 usual business hours Monday to Friday

The book is available on Amazon

“We don’t believe you  Why Populists reject the establishment”   ISBN 9781095 254950


  1. Lifelogic
    June 1, 2019

    Taxes at the highest level for seventy years, endless waste and gross inefficiency in government and they call it austerity.

    The main problems in the UK are over taxation, endless red tape, expensive green crap energy, PC drivel everywhere, fairly dire virtual state monopolies in health care schools, endless student debt for largely duff degrees. A lack of freedom and choice as to how people spend their own money.

    May and Hammond’s anti-Conservative, pro EU, tax to death and big government knows best best lunacy must die.

    1. Lifelogic
      June 1, 2019

      Lack of the right incentives for people to do the right thing and provide for themselves and their families. Other than a fairly small proportion of people who really cannot do so.

    2. libertarian
      June 1, 2019


      Nail on the head post. Thank you

    3. Mini
      June 8, 2019

      Fantastic and very well written.. To the point and concise!👍

  2. Mark B
    June 1, 2019

    Good morning.

    Glad to hear the book and the talk is going well.

  3. Tweeter_L
    June 1, 2019

    Sir John I would never normally choose to read a book about politics,
    although I do enjoy political biographies, but I’m finding your book extremely interesting and easy to read because it’s written in such a clear & uncluttered style. I shall even take on holiday to finish!

  4. Cheshire Girl
    June 1, 2019

    I’d love to be at your talk, but as usual. the distance I live from London, makes it impossible.

    I hope it all goes very well.

  5. Narrow Shoulders
    June 1, 2019

    Are the Liberal Democrats now a populist movement?

  6. Tabulazero
    June 1, 2019

    Will you sell more than Jacob Rees-Mogg’s book ?

    1. Fred H
      June 1, 2019

      Jacob’s appears to be a bore.

  7. Ian
    June 1, 2019

    Lib Dims
    How or why would anyone vote for them ?

    Me,I just want Democracy, the only place for that now is The Brexit Party, you know it is where you now find The Tory party !

    1. libertarian
      June 2, 2019


      The LibDems are now the opposition, they represent the proportion of the people like Andy, Newmania, Margaret Howard, Tory in Cumbria etc who prefer to have their own opinions reinforced rather than to accept democracy , like the losing side in a football match, they blame bad decisions, poor refereeing, cheating etc rather than accept that their side lost . Thats fine we now have a straight fight between TBP and LibDems. Both currently operating on a single issue platform

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