The Telegraph reports on the findings of an independent inquiry into citizenship policy, of which British Future was secretariat.
The Mirror reports on new ICM polling by British Future, conducted on behalf of Talk/together.
“It is clear that neither Sunak’s ethnicity nor faith will present any barrier to his becoming the next prime minister.”
Sunder Katwala discusses the US election, as Kamala Harris becomes the first vice president of black and Indian heritage.
“In every theatre of the War, volunteers from India, Africa and the Caribbean made an immense contribution to victory.”
The i reports on British Future’s Remember Together campaign, as it gains the support of both Boris Johnson and Keir […]
“Our tradition of Remembrance shows how our history can unite as well as divide us,” writes Sunder for Eastern Eye.
“I think the common ground comes from saying we are all products of this past.”
The Daily Mail quotes British Future’s Sunder Katwala on The Guardian’s decision to publish a cartoon with anti-Semitic tropes.
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