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With issues of identity, immigration and integration never far from the headlines, these were some of British Future’s main contributions to the public debate.
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Britain is a decent country. Most people are fair and tolerant: only a small and toxic minority hold hateful views. But when they voice them, it still causes immense harm. The ‘No place for prejudice’ campaign urges everyone to stand up to prejudice if they see it.
Chris Creegan looks back at the General Election campaign in Scotland
Those who have insisted that parliament must vote on Brexit have won the argument about process – but may not get the outcome that they hoped for.
British Asians voted for both Remain and Leave in significant numbers. The ability of the Leave campaign to win Asian as well as white votes undoubtedly made a significant contribution to results in Bradford, Leicester and Birmingham. Yet the Leave campaign arguably still underperformed with British Asian voters.