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”
Sunder discusses Kamala Harris’ priorities as both the first Asian-American and the first black woman on a Democrat presidential ticket.
“The Commonwealth contribution to defeating Japan forms a crucial part of both British and Indian history”
Jill Rutter writes for CAPX on the migrant channel crossings, discussing her research from The National Conversation on Immigration
Bloomberg quotes British Future’s Sunder Katwala on the significance of the Stephen Lawrence inquiry in UK race relations
Sunder Katwala writes for Conservative Home on the decision to feature Mahatma Gandhi on British coinage
The BBC cites ICM polling for the /together Coalition, which tracked perceptions of unity and division under lockdown.
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