The Daily Mail reports on the new Stand Up to Hate coalition, of which British Future is a founding member.
The Guardian’s John Harris cites Sunder Katwala on the social liberalism of so-called ‘Red Wall’ constituencies.
The Economist quotes Sunder Katwala on how UK race relations are impacted by a higher proportion of inter-ethnic relationships.
“The expectation is that control, contribution and compassion can be brought together in an effective and humane system.”
The Guardian quotes Sunder Katwala on public attitudes toward coronavirus restrictions.
“Overall, attitudes have remained broadly stable over the last quarter and people care about immigration much less.”
BBC News cites research by British Future for the /together coalition, exploring the public’s perceptions of neighbourliness during lockdown.
The Scotsman quotes Sunder Katwala on the need for a balanced debate over the historical legacy of David Hume.
“What do ethnic minorities think about the last night of the Proms? The most plausible answer is: Not much”
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.
British Future reports examine public attitudes and make recommendations for change on topics ranging from future immigration and integration policy to how communications can help combat prejudice.