Battle Readings is a regularly updated compilation of articles, essays, and opinion pieces relevant to the themes of the Battle of Ideas.
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Conor Gearty, UK Constitutional Law Association, 17 September 2016
Luke Gittos, spiked, 24 August 2016
Jon Holbrook, spiked, 3 August 2016
Luke Gittos, spiked, 5 July 2016
Matthew Scott, BarristerBlogger, 5 July 2016
Minister also announced intention to implement 'injection rooms' in Dublin for addicts.
Rose Troup Buchanan, Independent, 3 November 2015
Everybody knows we urgently need to build more homes, but how, when and where will this happen? WORLDbytes interviewed Ian Abley, an architect and manager of Audacity at the plotlands in Dunton, Essex where from the 1920s East End working class couples built cheap homes themselves. Could we do this now?
Cameron’s anti-extremism strategy could have been ghostwritten by the NUS.
Tom Slater, spiked, 18 September 2015
We are blurring the line between sex and rape.
Luke Gittos, spiked, 17 September 2015
A new book warns of the threats posed by the obsession with rape.
Ann Furedi, spiked, 28 August 2015
Can the law make us equal?
"I have been doing the Battle of Ideas for a couple of years, but never before have I felt so heartened and so alive as the day ended. The spectacle of so many fascinating minds, none too proud to agree, none too modern to disagree, all at work on the most important questions of this rocky period: it's enough to make you believe there's hope for the species, yet."
Zoe Williams, columnist, Guardian; author, What Not to Expect When You're Expecting