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British Future in the press:

Why should Eurosceptics vote Conservative next month?
Daniel Hannan, The Independent, Wednesday 9th April 2014

Pro-Europeans who shrug off Nigel Farage do so at their peril
Andrew Rawnsley, The Guardian, Sunday 6th April 2014

Ukip will win most votes in European elections says pollsters
Jim Pickard and Kiran Stacey, The FT, Monday 31st March 2014

The Euro-elections are the Eurosceptic cup final, but most voters don’t watch the match
Sunder Katwala, ConservativeHome, Monday 31st March 2014

Inside Westminster: Ukip’s fortunes could brighten in the European elections, but don’t expect that to carry on in 2015 when it will really count
Andrew Grice, The Independent, Friday 28th March 2014

Clegg and Farage need to reach beyond their bases
Sunder Katwala, New Statesman, Wednesday 26th March 2014

St Patrick’s Day: How England came to celebrate Irish culture
Andrew Glover, BBC, Monday 17th March 2014

By George, English should fly the flag and take pride on 23 April, says Ed Miliband adviser
Nigel Morris, The Independent, Sunday 16th March 2014

Sol Campbell is wrong – for most England fans, race is irrelevant
Sunder Katwala, New Statesman, Monday 3rd March 2014

Mixed-race children ‘are being failed’ in treatment of mental health problems
Tracy McVeigh, The Observer, Sunday 23rd February 2014

UK Conservatives face defeat unless they woo ethnic voters
Elizabeth Rigby, Financial Times, Sunday 16th February 2014

Britain has many majors problems – racism isn’t one of them
Clarissa Tan, The Spectator, Saturday 15th February 2014

It’s not just Kevin Pietersen: Many of our sporting greats ‘border-hopped their way to Britain – and so what?
Sunder Katwala, The Independent, Thursday 6th February 2014

On immigration, British political establishment can’t satisfy a hostile public
Medhi Hasan, The Huffington Post, Tuesday 28th January 2014

Are you the Voice of a Generation? Daily Mirror launches hunt for trainee to be journalist of tomorrow
Daily Mirror, Monday 20th January 2014

Tory EU letter: “You’d see the end of the European Union” – think tank
Tim Ecott, Voice of Russia, Monday 13th January 2014

Scottish independence: ‘UK would be weaker’ – poll
Tom Peterkin, The Scotsman, Sunday 12th January 2014

Poll finds British public want to stay in EU
Huffington Post, Sunday 12th January 2014

Britons more optimistic on economy, survey suggests
BBC, Sunday 12th January 2014

State of the nation poll finds Britain less divided on the economy
Daniel Boffey, The Observer, Saturday 11th January 2014

Identity can unite Britain rather than divide it, if we want it to
Sunder Katwala, The Guardian, Saturday 11th January 2014

Pragmatic public wants immigration mended, not ended
Sunder Katwala, The Independent, Sunday 5th January 2014

Britons ready to welcome migrants from Bulgaria and Romania, poll finds
Daniel Boffey, The Observer, Saturday 28th December 2013

Sunder Katwala: 2013 and 2014
BBC Radio Bristol, Sunday 22nd December 2013

This was not the morning for the Today programme to give Anjem Choudary a platform
Sunder Katwala, New Stateman, Friday 20th December 2013

Pensioners are twice as likely to vote to leave the EU as the under-25s who worry about the economy and jobs
Matt Chorley, MailOnline, Monday 16th December 2013

Exclusive: Young people ‘want UK to stay in Europe’: Four in 10 adults aged 18 to 24 are ‘firmly in favour’ of membership, poll shows
Nigel Morris, The Independent, Sunday 15th December 2013

Supporters of the EU should target Britons in their teens and twenties – and forget about pensioners
The Independent, Sunday 15th December 2013

One million Muslims will wear Remembrance poppies despite extremists’ opposition, say researchers
Nigel Morris, The Independent, Wednesday 6th November 2013

A report from the IPPR festival of Englishness: How can we rescue ‘England’ from the far right?
Niki Seth Smith, The Independent, Tuesday 22nd October 2013

Questions about Englishness raise more problems than they can solve
David Edgar, The Guardian, Monday 21st October 2013

‘Celebrate Englishness more’ call
Press Association, Saturday 19th October 2013

What does ‘Englishness’ mean to you?
BBC, Saturday 19th October 2013

English ‘too nervous’ to celebrate St George’s Day
Jasper Copping, The Telegraph, Friday 18th October 2013

How English are you? Take the test
Daily Telegraph, Friday 18th October 2013

English and British identity: poll on St George’s Day date
BBC, Friday 18th October 2013

Celebrate St George’s Day more, Britons say, in a call for more Englishness
Metro, Friday 18th October 2013

It’s time to take Englishness outside of the football stadium
Sunder Katwala, New Statesman, Wednesday 16th October 2013

Is the English stiff upper lip finally wobbling as emotions take over?
Luke Salkeld, Daily Mail, Sunday 13th October 2013

Read it and weep: end of stiff upper lip
Dipesh Gadher, Sunday Times, Sunday 13th October 2013

What makes modern Britain great? It depends on which tribe you’re in
Sunder Katwala, The Observer, Sunday 6th October 2013

The Tories will wither away without migrant votes
Ian Birrell, The Guardian, Wednesday 2nd October 2013

PM ‘must appeal to non-white vote’
MSN News, Monday 30th September 2013

Scotland Tonight: Do we see ourselves as Scottish or British?
Sunder Katwala, STV, Thursday 26th September 2013

Party over for Political Friends of Israel groups
Martin Bright, The Jewish Chronicle, Monday 23rd September 2013

‘Flawed’ VC memorial plan revised
Jasper Copping, The Telegraph, Sunday 22nd September 2013

Leicestershire hero left out of World War One centenary plans
Dan Martin, Leicester Mercury, Tuesday 27th August 2013

Victoria Cross hero Lt Col Philip Bent excluded from commemoration
BBC, Sunday 25th August 2013

The VC heroes ‘forgotten’ by Whitehall
Jasper Copping, The Telegraph, Sunday 25th August 2013

Bid for WW1 war hero to get centenary recognition
Rob Smyth, Burton Mail, Sunday 25th August 2013

To know more about the First World War is also to know more about Britain today
Sunder Katwala, Conservative Home, Monday 5th August 2013

Battle to tell world wars apart
Tom Peterkin, The Scotsman, Sunday 4th August 2013

Impact on Scotland was distinctive, diverse and still shapes our political debate
Trevor Royle, Herald Scotland, Sunday 4th August 2013

‘Apologise for those who died in vain’
Tom Shields, Herald Scotland, Sunday 4th August 2013

Why Glasgow men do not want to celebrate WWI
Helen McCardle, Herald Scotland, Sunday 4th August 2013

‘Baldrick generation’ say Maggie was WWI leader
Simon Walters, The Daily Mail, Sunday 4th August 2013

So which anniversary will sway the Scots?
Sunder Katwala, The Telegraph, Friday 2nd August 2013

Scottish and British: why Andy Murray brings a fragmenting UK together
Sunder Katwala, New Statesman, Saturday 6th July 2013

Kate’s decision to have royal baby in private hospital divides Britain
Richard Palmer, The Express, Friday 5th July 2013

One Tory’s plea for undocumented workers
Sunder Katwala, Open Democracy, Monday 1st July 2013

After the new Lawrence scandal, the Met can’t afford to come up empty this time
Sunder Katwala, New Stateman, Tuesday 25th June 2013

The Windrush docks in Britain – 65 years on today
Sunder Katwala, Open Democracy, Saturday 22nd June 2013

Sunder Katwala on immigration from the West Indies
BBC Daily Politics, Friday 21st June 2013

How to interview the EDL
Sunder Katwala, The Guardian, Tuesday 11th June 2013

If broadcasters want to give extremists a platform, they need to tell us why
Sunder Katwala, New Statesman, Thursday 6th June 2013

Any Questions
BBC Radio 4, Saturday 1st June 2013

Faced with a terrorist atrocity, the British keep calm and carry on
Miriam Shaviv, The Times of Israel, Monday 27th May 2013

The voice of Britain’s Muslims will rise above the preachers of hate
Sunder Katwala, The Globe and Mail, Friday 24th May 2013

Englishness: Identity parade
The Economist, Friday 24th May 2013

After Woolwich: how the media got it wrong and how the public can get it right
Sunder Katwala, New Statesman, Thursday 23rd May 2013

Special outing to Wembley for young Bradfordians
Hannah Postles, Telegraph & Argus, Tuesday 14th May 2013

UK Independence Party renews culture wars
Mark Leonard, Reuters, Thursday 9th May 2013

Will Britain have a black prime minister? Don’t bet against it
Sunder Katwala, New Statesman, Monday 22nd April 2013

Stephen Lawrence: how his murder changed the legal landscape
Alan Travis, The Guardian, Monday 22nd April 2013

Do the English need an anthem?
Hugh Muir, The Guardian, Monday 22nd April 2013

20 years after the murder of Stephen Lawrence, it’s taboo to talk racism
Yasmin Alibhai Brown, The Independent, Monday 22nd April 2013

Stephen Lawrence’s murder: Eltham 20 years on – video
The Guardian, Saturday 20th April 2013

The British Dream: a review, and the author’s response
Sunder Katwala and David Goodhart, openDemocracy, Thursday 18th April 2013

‘Racism is no longer fashionable in Eltham’
Mary Isokariari, The Voice, Sunday 7th April 2013

Is furor over football coach’s ‘fascism’ really a sign of British progress?
Ben Quinn, The Christian Science Monitor, Friday 5th April 2013

20 years on, the Daily Mail’s Stephen Lawrence battle is hailed as ‘force for good’
Stephen Wright, The Daily Mail, Wednesday 3rd April 2013

Stephen Lawrence murder two generations on
BBC Radio 4′s Today Programme, Thursday 28th March 2013

Working together for a shared future
Sunder Katwala, HOPE not hate, March 2013

There’s a fresh way on immigration – and it has the public’s support
Andrew Rawnsley, The Observer, Sunday 10th March 2013

Come on Labour, be brave on immigration for once
Neal Lawson, The Guardian, Friday 8th March 2013

Bradford’s miracle cup run
Sunder Katwala, New Statesman, Friday 22nd February 2013

Late in life, I have become a convert to the beautiful game
Jonathan Freedland, The Guardian, Friday 22nd February 2013

Britain’s Bittersweet Future
David Frum, The Daily Beast, Wednesday 30th January 2013

BBC Breakfast
Sunder Katwala, BBC Breakfast, Monday 28th January 2013

Politics Weekly Podcast: Banging on about Europe
Sunder Katwala, The Observer, Thursday 17th January 2013

The NHS: even more cherished than the monarchy and the army
Sunder Katwala, New Statesman, Monday 14th January 2013

Why the armed forces make young people proud
Rachael Jolley, The Spectator, Monday 14th January 2013

Immigration fears have to be faced and defused, not dismissed
Sunder Katwala, The Observer, Sunday 13th January 2013

Immigration is British Society’s biggest problem, shows survey of public
Daniel Boffey, The Observer, Sunday 13th January 2013

Britain’s mixed race population leaps over one million as research reveals prejudices have sharply dropped
Louise Eccles, The Daily Mail, Monday 9th December 2012

Even JK Rowling wouldn’t have made it a more magical year for the royals
Sunder Katwala, The Big Issue, Thursday 27th December 2012

Olympic golden girl Jessica Ennis is ‘Face of Britain’
Lianne Kolirin, The Express, Monday 10th December 2012

Battle of Waterloo, wasn’t that in the First World War?
Eleanore Robinson, The Express, 5th November 2012

More than half of young people don’t know when First World War started, poll reveals
The Huffington Post, 4th November 2012

Young are clueless over facts of the First World War, poll finds
Lema, Samandar, The Independent, 4th November 2012

Young clueless over Great War facts
MSN News, 4th November 2012

Half of young Britons fail to name date of First World War
Jasper Copping, The Telegraph, 4th November 2012

Two-thirds of young people don’t know year Great War ended as survey reveals our shameful ignorance of history
Rik Sharma, The Daily Mail, 4th November 2012

The Left’s redwashing of the First World War
Ed West, The Telegraph, 19th October 2012

The first world war centenary and the Britannia fetish
Richard Seymour, The Guardian, 12th October 2012

Could the Great War centenary affect Scots independence vote?
Mark Hennessy, Irish Times, 12th October 2012

BBC Radio 4
Eddie Mair, 5pm 11th October 2012

David Cameron sets out First World War centenary plans
Andy McSmith, The Independent, 11th October 2012

Every secondary schoolchild to visit World War One battlefields for centenary
Joe Murphy, The Evening Standard, 11th October 2012

WWI centenary remembrance plans to be unveiled
BBC News, 11th October 2012

A new generation WILL remember them: Cameron orders every state school to visit the trenches as part of £50million plans to mark WW1 centenary
Jason Groves, The Daily Mail, 11th October 2012

WWI centenary plans announced
ITV News, 11th October 2012

David Cameron to emphasise importance of first world war centenary

Patrick Wintour, The Guardian, 10th October 2012

Should we have been so surprised that the Games were a success?
Sunder Katwala, New Statesman, 10th September 2012

Athletes who make us proud
Jane Merrick, The Telegraph, 9th September 2012

Migration confusion is costing Britain dear
The Observer, 2nd September 2012

Tweeting for cheer! It’s #Positivetwitterday
Benjamin Russell, The Evening Standard, 31st August 2012

London 2012 Olympics: Team GB success sparks burst of pride in Union flag
Patrick Hennessy, The Telegraph, 19th August 2012

Poll: Olympics ‘showed a happy confident multi-ethnic image of UK’
Toby Helm, The Observer, 19th August 2012

London 2012 Olympics: Third of Team GB medals ‘won by immigrants’
The Telegraph, 14th August 2012

Plastic Brits? They were the secret of our success
Nigel Morris, The Independent, 14th August 2012

Comment: Asylum in the age of austerity
Dave Garrat, Politics.co.uk, 13th August 2012

The Olympics opening ceremony shouldn’t be a political football
Sunder Katwala, New Statesman, 1st August 2012

London 2012: time to find out who we are
Jonathan Freedman, The Guardian, 27th July 2012

The Mail’s odd campaign against “plastic Brit” Olympic athletes
Sunder Katwala, New Statesman, 25th July 2012

Hen Wlad Fy Nhadau is a song not an anthem, says Tory minister
Martin Shipton, WalesOnline, 16th July 2012

Young ‘don’t want old to lose universal benefits’
Stephen Adams, The Telegraph, 15th July 2012

Should Jerusalem be England’s national anthem?
Channel 4, 15th July 2012

Cameron would choose ‘Jerusalem’ as national anthem for England’s sports teams
David Mercer, The Independent, 15th July 2012

David Cameron backs Jerusalem as England national anthem
Patrick Hennessy, The Telegraph, 14th July 2012

Refugees celebrate Jubilee
ITV News, 4th June 2012

Why foreign-born Brits love the Queen more than the natives
Doug Sanders, The Globe and Mail, 4th June 2012

Jubilation for the new Britons who made monarch their own
Charlie Cooper, The Independent, 2nd June 2012

The Jubilee is for everyone, not just for monarchists
Daniel Hannan, The Telegraph, 2nd June 2012

Jubilee street party will help to rebuild our community, says wife of riot victim
Ross Lydall, This Is London, 28th May 2012

The left should love the Queen
Sunder Katwala, New Statesman, 30th May 2012

The shape of the union: the “bigger picture” of the UK local elections
Sunder Katwala, Our Kingdom: power and liberty in Britain, 7 May 2012

Huddersfield University academic calls for new English national anthem
Huddersfield Daily Examiner, 25 April 2012

St. George’s Day, a retrospective
Gareth Young, Our Kingdom: power and liberty in Britain, 24 April 2012

Scots take more pride in Billy Connolly than the Queen, says survey
David Maddox, The Scotsman, 23 April 2012

Brits: St. George’s Cross is flagging
Felix Allen, The Sun, 23 April 2012

Proud Scots back Saltire over British flag
Paul Thornton, The Scottish Sun, 23 April 2012

It’s time for an English national anthem from England’s rugby team
Sunder Katwala, Conservative Home, 23 April 2012

How important is race to ‘Englishness’?
Sunny Hundal, Liberal Conspiracy, 23 April 2012

Billy Connolly makes more people proud to be Scottish than the Queen
Stephen Daisley, STV, 23 April 2012

Give England its own anthem demand MPs: Fans ‘could sing Jerusalem or Land of Hope and Glory’
Ryan Kisiel, Daily Mail, 22 April 2012

St. George’s flag is a racist symbol says a quarter of the English
Jasper Copping, The Telegraph, 22 April 2012

An English anthem would give us pride without prejudice
The Telegraph, 22 April 2012

How to hear one side of an argument: The missing voices of a sledgehammer polemic
Sunder Katwala, Our Kingdom: power and liberty in Britain, 22 March 2012

“Plastic Brits” – and the Mail’s struggle to decide who isn’t British
Sunder Katwala, New Statesman, 13 March 2012

Oi Daily Mail – who are you calling a “Plastic” Brit?
Sunder Katwala, Liberal Conspiracy, 10 March 20122

Do we consider ourselves as British?
One & Other York, 29 February 2012

The Great British Debate at York Theatre Royal
York Press, 28 February 2012

What does it mean to be British?
Sunder Katwala and Rachael Jolley, Pod Academy podcasts, 23 February 2012

Eric Pickles puts Big Lunch at heart of effort to unite communities
The Guardian, 21 February 2012

Bed, The Studio, York Theatre Royal
York Press, 20 February 2012

British Future: The legendary Welsh welcome is no myth
Sunder Katwala and Rachael Jolley, WalesOnline, 20 February 2012

The monarchy is more secure than ever
Sunder Katwala, New Statesman, 7 February 2012

The Welsh are the most positive about Queen’s Diamond Jubilee
David Williamson, WalesOnline, 6 February 2012

The English conversation has finally begun. What took so long?
Sunder Katwala, Open Democracy, 1 February 2012

1948 Olympians ‘should be honoured’
The Press Association, 16 January 2012

Minority report
Rafael Behr, New Statesman, 12 January 2012

British Future: State of the Nation(s) 2012
Gareth Young, Open Democracy, 12 January 2012

Break-up ‘will cost Scots £140bn’: Warning on price of independence as just one third of Scots back change
James Chapman, Daily Mail, 12 January 2012

More than half of Scottish voters want Scotland to remain in United Kingdom
The Telegraph, 10 January 2012

Let this be the year we decide we are proud of our society
Sunder Katwala, The Observer, 7 January 2012

We’re proud to be British – but just a little bit anxious, too
Toby Helm, The Observer, 7 January 2012