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“Fly flags at half mast for Remembrance Day 2014”

“Fly flags at half mast for Remembrance Day 2014” Date: 11 October 2012

An overwhelming majority of the British public believe believe the centenary of the start of the First World War in 2014 is a moment that should be marked with special remembrance, recent polling for British Future revealed.

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“Make practical civic contribution part of the citizenship test”

“Make practical civic contribution part of the citizenship test” Date: 9 October 2012

The Dragons’ Den format fringe on immigration and integration backed a practical as well as theoretical citizenship test, but rejected letting the market decide or introducing a faith-preference for persecuted Christians in the asylum process.

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Call to rewrite EU free movement rules wins Tory support

Call to rewrite EU free movement rules wins Tory support Date: 9 October 2012

Restricting EU free movement with central and East European countries won support from Conservative Parliamentarians and from liberal commentators at the Demos and British Future fringe meeting in Birmingham.

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“Coalition of the rational” could defend migration, says shadow minister

“Coalition of the rational” could defend migration, says shadow minister Date: 2 October 2012

A “coalition of the rational” could unite politicians across the major parties and secure public support for the types of immigration that most people think is in Britain’s interests, shadow immigration minister Chris Bryant told a Progress and British Future fringe event at the Labour party conference in Manchester.

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The real Olympic opening ceremony?

The real Olympic opening ceremony? Date: 24 July 2012

Most people think the Olympics will begin with Friday’s Olympic Opening ceremony. But London’s 2012 Olympiad will actually begin in Wales.

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Olympic bosses should not let mad branding rules hit Games fever

Olympic bosses should not let mad branding rules hit Games fever Date: 22 May 2012

Using the words “Olympics” and “Games” could get you in trouble, and that’s not doing anything for getting the crowd to its feet ready to cheer for one of this year’s big events. The branding supremos over there at the Olympic stadium in east London have gone a bit power crazy in their bid to fight off the hawkers and the sellers of fake Olympic mementos.

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British Future’s latest activity on Twitter