Author Archive for BFTemp
Many of us in England will be celebrating St George’s Day this week, commemorating the nation’s patron saint. Others will remain unaware, or wonder why there’s nothing much happening in their local area. British Future’s Steve Ballinger looks at what we think about St George’s Day and what we know, or don’t know, about England’s patron saint.
As part of the Voice of a Generation tour we were lucky enough to be able to speak with a group of young asylum seekers and refugees in Leicester. This is a group who very rarely have their voices heard in the media, even on issues where they are the focus.
In the aftermath of the Scottish Independence Referendum everyone Helen met in Scotland was set on voting in the General Election, but what did Francesca and Alana think would make politics matter more to them as young people?
After our event in Parliament in which first-time voters from up and down the country got to meet various MPs I caught up with Montel from Dudley to see what he thought about politics and politicians in the UK at the moment
While Helen was visiting the constituency of South Thanet, where Nigel Farage and Al Murray are standing as candidates, she visited Ramsgate Football Club and spoke with a couple of the apprentices there, here's what they had to say
As we prepare for a long election campaign with public trust particularly low on the issue of immigration, Sunder Katwala offers some advice to candidates when engaging in the immigration debate – be authentic.
More ethnic minority MPs than ever before will sit in the next parliament, according to new research from British Future, published in the report "The race for representation: how ethnic diversity became the 'new normal' in British politics".