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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Ann Furedi, Telegraph, 24 September 2016
Guardian analysis of key economic figures gives rounded assessment three months after the vote
Katie Allen, Guardian, 22 September 2016
The UK may have voted on 23 June to leave the European Union but it is not yet clear what the country's path to Brexit will actually mean.
BBC News, 22 September 2016
Expert forecasts come in midst of political party conference season - in which country’s fortunes outside the EU are the central theme.
Joe Watts, Independent, 21 September 2016
Both men represent their personal character as the antidote to all social and political problems.
Maiken Umbach, Newsweek, 21 September 2016
Mike Butcher, TechCrunch, 20 September 2016
Micaiah Bilger, , 19 September 2016
People’s attraction to the Brexit camp’s dodgiest claims is not an invitation to those in authority to abandon truthfulness
Tracey Brown, Guardian, 19 September 2016
Conor Gearty, UK Constitutional Law Association, 17 September 2016
Giles Fraser, Guardian, 15 September 2016
Ain’t misbehaving - do British children need the army to sort them out?
"The Battle of Ideas gives a forum for the most topical of debates and the healthy exchange of ideas - in our session what interested most was the contributions from the floor, also just the sheer buzz of the crowds in the foyers."
Jeremy Musson, writer and historic buildings consultant; former architectural editor, Country Life