Yorkshire is the biggest county in England. It’s the home of the longest steam operated railway in the UK and oldest working railway in the world, Britain’s highest pub and the oldest registered visitor attraction in the country.
Rantin attempts to stitch together visions of Scotland’s romantic past with its ever-changing present reality, revealing the patchwork identity of a nation.
This exhibition showcases 60 works by Polish artists forced to flee mainland Europe during the second world war. Some of these artists journeyed through many countries before settling in the UK, while others were captured and imprisoned before finding their way to British shores.
While fighting a ‘culture war’ may bring short-term political rewards, the lesson from America is that it fails in […]
When it comes to race equality in the workplace, action speaks much louder than words. A lively British Future event […]
Should Labour call off the culture wars? The best way to win an argument isn’t by squabbling over who started […]
There were some lively exchanges between the panellists at our event ‘Teaching modern Britain: how can the curriculum include us […]
A “once-in-a-lifetime” opportunity to increase the diversity of police forces in England and Wales risks being missed, unless significant action […]
“I think the English need to be in the business of nation-building,” David Lammy MP told a lunchtime panel event […]
“Our immigration system is broken and we will fix it,” Home Secretary Priti Patel said today, as she opened the […]
After the Race Commission. Where do we go from here? The report of the Commission of Race and Ethnic […]