Speech by Sunder Katwala, Director of British Future, at the Conservative Party Conference fringe ‘Immigration after Brexit – is there common ground?’ with ConservativeHome and PWC.
The Government should establish a new wave of university building in places that have experienced economic decline, where there are fewer skilled local jobs, to help heal some of Britain’s Brexit divides.
The Migration Advisory Committee’s new report on the impacts of EEA migration is missing a vital element by failing to include the voices of the British public.
Urgent action is needed to restore public trust on immigration, according to the final report from the largest-ever public consultation on immigration.
As the Migration Advisory Committee releases its findings on international student migration, new research from the National Conversation on Immigration shows public support for international students across the UK.
On Friday 31 August, writes Sunder Katwala, I’ll be supporting #PositiveTwitterDay – a light-hearted way to show why most tweeters started using the platform in the first place: because they like engaging with people.
Shaping Britain’s immigration policy for the future must be based on more than consultation with business. Yes, immigration must work for the economy – but it needs the consent of the public too.
A new British Legion campaign asks us all to say ‘Thank You’ to those who served 100 years ago in WW1, both British troops and those from all over the world. British Future is proud to be part of the ‘Thank You’ movement.