Tuesday March 17th 2015, 6.30pm – 8.30pm, Committee Room 15, House of Commons
Other members of the panel include
Kevin Cahill Author of ‘Who Owns Britain’ and ‘Who Owns the World’ Parliamentary
researcher and associate editor of the Sunday Times Rich List. Author of 21
other rich lists. Investigative reporter with Sunday Times Insight Team on
offshore tax dodges. Publisher of the Second Domesday of the United Kingdom.
Supercomputer specialist for Computer Weekly and wrote Trade Wars, an
account of CIA spying in the UK in the 1980’s.
Fiona O’Cleirigh Freelance reporter. Shortlisted for Press Gazette ‘New Journalist of the
Year 2013′ award for investigation for Exaro News on Northern Ireland EU
funding. Shortlisted for BT Security Writer of the year 2014 for reporting
on NSA spying in the UK. She has reported on conflict in the Western Sahara
and written for the Guardian, Mail and other newspapers. She is the
editorial director for the publication of the Second Domesday and has spoken
on landownership in Committee Room G of the House of Lords.
Yoni Higgsmith Land reform activist and Communications Director of Labour Land Campaign, a cross labour movement campaign to promote land reform policy and theory. He has produced and directed a number of land reform films including Rachel Rose Reid’s poem ‘The Circle: An Ode to LVT’, ‘Land’ for Earthsharing.org and ‘The Taxing Question of Land’ created with the Coalition of Economic Justice (CEJ). The CEJ is an umbrella organisation that brings together all land reform groups in the UK. In late 2014, he became General Secretary of Professional Land Reform Group, promoting land reform within professional circles.
Tony Gosling Tony Gosling started his working life in the aviation industry moving on to work as a researcher and journalist at BBC Greater London Radio and other BBC local radio stations publishing online research on the Bilderberg conferences at www.bilderberg.org in 1995.
After co-ordinating Oxford’s ‘The Land Is Ours’, land rights campaign in the 1990s including Wandsworth (1996) and St George’s Hill (1999) Diggers occupations, he is now a freelance investigative radio journalist and writer based in Bristol with a politics show archied online at www.thisweek.org.uk .