The Byline Festival on 24th and 25th August was an absolute treat, especially the brilliant interviews with Gina Miller and also with David Nott.

Scilla Elworthy and Teohna Williams had a lively discussion with leading peace builders Kristina Lunz, Centre for Feminist Foreign Policy, and Jeremy Gilley, Peace One Day on “Business Plan for Peace – Investment, Prevention and Feminism”.  This was followed by a fabulously rich improvised performance from The Renegade Saints, based on the ideas generated by the panel. 

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