Tag Archive for Labour Party

A tale of two core votes – Labour immigration fringe

Labour's approach to immigration will need to bridge and reflect the concerns of both its Guardian and Mirror-reading supporters, Stoke MP Ruth Smeeth said.

Will Labour lead or duck the debate on immigration after Brexit?

Bridging the divides within Labour’s support on immigration and Brexit will not be simple, writes Jill Rutter, but it is not impossible

52 minority MPs to sit in ‘most diverse UK parliament ever’

12 new ethnic minority MPs will join 40 others to make the 2017 parliament the most diverse ever, writes Sunder Katwala.

Immigration: The manifesto challenge

British Future's 'Common ground manifesto for immigration' sets out ten proposals to help rebuild public trust on immigration and integration

Who will win the race for representation in 2017?

The General Election will see a neck-and-neck race between the Conservative and Labour parties to become the party with the most ethnic minority MPs. New projections suggest Theresa May's party may edge ahead for the first time.

Can Labour voices engage sceptical voters on Europe?

Advocates on all sides of the EU debate, including Labour voices, will need to do much more to reach the undecided voters who will determine the outcome of the referendum, says Sunder Katwala

What should Labour say about immigration?

What should the Labour Party say about immigration? asks British Future's Matthew Rhodes

Back EU referendum to secure public trust on immigration

Giving voters a choice on Europe,through an EU referendum, is the best way to help win back public trust on immigration, writes Matthew Rhodes

British Future in Manchester

British Future and Progress joined forces at the annual Labour Party conference in Manchester to consider The Doorstep Challenge – How Can Labour Talk About Immigration?