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Calm down, culture warriors – remembering our shared history is something that can bring us together

Calm down, culture warriors – remembering our shared history is something that can bring us together 11 November 2022

In CapX, Sunder Katwala discusses how commemorating our shared history can bring us together.

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Ten million stories of migration to Britain

Ten million stories of migration to Britain 9 November 2022

Sunder Katwala reflects on ONS data published showing that 10 million people who were born abroad live in the UK.

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‘Real and present danger’ warning for Twitter after firebombing of Dover migrant centre

‘Real and present danger’ warning for Twitter after firebombing of Dover migrant centre 7 November 2022

Sunder Katwala speaks to PA about online hatred and platforms’ failures to tackle it effectively.

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Opinion: What Britain’s first Asian prime minister means to my family

Opinion: What Britain’s first Asian prime minister means to my family 26 October 2022

Writing for CNN, Sunder Katwala gives his personal reflections following Rishi Sunak becoming the new Prime Minister.

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Sunak’s ethnicity doesn’t matter to his job as Prime Minister, but we should take notice all the same

Sunak’s ethnicity doesn’t matter to his job as Prime Minister, but we should take notice all the same 26 October 2022

In ConservativeHome, Sunder Katwala explains Rishi Sunak becoming Prime Minister is an important landmark moment.

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Governing after Truss is now the question

Governing after Truss is now the question 17 October 2022

‘The Truss experiment is over’ says Sunder Katwala, in a piece for Eastern Eye.

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Sunder Katwala: Truss could take public with her if she goes for growth over cutting immigration numbers

Sunder Katwala: Truss could take public with her if she goes for growth over cutting immigration numbers 12 October 2022

In ConservativeHome, Sunder Katwala discusses Liz Truss’ plans for immigration.

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When we judge politicians’ views, why should their skin colour be in any way relevant?

When we judge politicians’ views, why should their skin colour be in any way relevant? 2 October 2022

In The Guardian, Sunder Katwala reinforces the point that skin colour should not be relevant to a politican’s views.

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Can you be both keen on tradition and open to change? Well, that sounds like Britain to me

Can you be both keen on tradition and open to change? Well, that sounds like Britain to me 18 September 2022

Sunder Katwala talks about tradition in Britain, in a piece for the Guardian.

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British Future’s research into public attitudes on issues such as immigration, integration and identity helps us and our partners develop effective messages that reach and persuade new audiences. We offer constructive policy solutions to people’s legitimate concerns and work to find common ground that can bring people together.

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