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Britain’s Angriest Election?

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Date: 21/11/2021
Location: Bush House, King's College London

British Future and UK in a Changing Europe invite you to attend a joint event focussing on the tone of this election and what it might mean for our politics. We will ask – does this risk being Britain’s angriest election yet?

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Labour Party Conference 2019

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Date: 24/09/2019
Location: Manchester

A panel including Lisa Nandy MP discussed ‘How can Labour find its voice on immigration?’

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Conservative Party Conference 2019

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Date: 29/09/2019
Location: ConservativeHome, Central 5

A joint event by British Future and Conservative Home discussed ‘When is immigration good for Britain?’

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The Future of ‘Us’: Majority and minority relationships in a changing Britain

Upcoming Event
Event type: Conference
Date: 21/11/2023
Location: Central London - please RSVP for details

A half day-event bringing interested stakeholders together to discuss opportunities to bridge gaps within British society. Debates about immigration, Brexit, […]

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Can Labour change the debate on immigration?

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Event type: Party conference fringe
Date: 10/10/2023
Location: ACC Meeting Room 18 (Main conference space), Liverpool

Recent research shows UK attitudes to immigration are among the most positive internationally, despite net migration reaching record levels. Is […]

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Imagining Windrush 100: What’s the vision and agenda for racial equity in Britain?

Upcoming Event
Event type: Party conference fringe
Date: 10/10/2023
Location: ACC Meeting Room 18 (Main conference space), Liverpool

2023 is the 75th anniversary of HMT Windrush arriving in the UK and celebrates the success and impact of those of […]

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(Labour Party Conference) Welcoming Hong Kongers – a recipe for a successful ‘Welcoming Scheme’?

Upcoming Event
Event type: Party conference fringe
Date: 08/10/2023
Location: ACC Meeting Room 18 (Main conference space), Liverpool

More than 140,000 Hong Kongers have moved to the UK in the first two years of the BN(O) visa scheme, […]

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Bridge the Gap: What should a Labour government do to improve social mobility?

Upcoming Event
Event type: Party conference fringe
Date: 10/10/2023
Location: ACC Hall 2D (main area), Liverpool

Breaking down the barriers to opportunity at every stage is one of Labour’s five missions for the government. This fringe […]

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What do Conservatives need to do to appeal to the changing face of Britain?

Upcoming Event
Event type: Party conference fringe
Date: 03/10/2023
Location: Lancaster Theatre, Midland Hotel, Manchester

In 1948, Britain’s Commonwealth subjects answered the call emigrate and rebuild postwar Britain – symbolised by the arrival 75 years ago […]

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Immigration: policy, attitudes and where the Conservatives go next

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Event type: Party conference fringe
Date: 03/10/2023
Location: Victoria Suite, Manchester

The government is committed to reducing the number of people arriving in the UK – but with net migration hitting […]

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(Conservative Conference) Welcoming Hong Kongers – a recipe for a successful ‘Welcoming Scheme’?

Upcoming Event
Event type: Party conference fringe
Date: 02/10/2023
Location: Thatcher Exhibition Space (main secure zone), Manchester

More than 140,000 Hong Kongers have moved to the UK in the first two years of the BN(O) visa scheme, […]

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Equity in Social Mobility: A value for Conservatism

Upcoming Event
Event type: Party conference fringe
Date: 02/10/2023
Location: Trafford Room, Midland Hotel (Secure Zone), Manchester

As the cost-of-living crisis becomes central to British public life, it is necessary to understand what a Conservative policy on […]

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