In The Observer, Andrew Rawnsley looks at the finding of British Future’s new ‘Dilemmas of Control’ report.
Museums Association’s Geraldine Kendall Adams examines British Future’s ‘Inclusive Histories’ report.
In LabourList, Sunder Katwala discusses the best approach to culture wars for Labour.
Sunder Katwala argues that soundbites have replaced speeches in politics today.
Sunder Katwala reflects on the tributes to the late George Alagiah.
In Eastern Eye, Sunder Katwala looks at what the by-election results mean for party leaders.
Ahead of the Women’s World Cup, Sunder Katwala considers how sport can help to form an inclusive national identity.
After the NHS 75 service at Westminster Abbey, Sunder Katwala discusses the symbolism of the NHS in Britain.
In Eastern Eye, Sunder Katwala reflects on the significance of Windrush 75.
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