Sunder Katwala, director of British Future, will examine contemporary British attitudes to issues of identity and integration, as well as issues of immigration and opportunity. He will consider what forms of national identity we want and need today.
Englishness is on the rise. What does that mean for the north? Can Englishness unite across the north-south divide or do southern ideas dominate? Can we develop an Englishness in which the north’s voice gets heard?
Desolate snowscapes. Dramatic stag hunts. Castle ruins. Tartan cloth. Highland cattle. Are these Victorian stereotypes of Scotland enduring and were they ever a fair representation of the nation?
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 […]
British Future will be at both the Labour Party Conference in Brighton (25th-29th September 2021) and Conservative Party Conference in […]
OUR CHANCE TO RECONNECT – How and why society must come together following the Covid-19 crisis. Over the course of […]
The UK can be proud that in 2019 some 159,380 people chose to become British citizens. At a time […]
Part of the Remember Together: Forgotten Sacrifice campaign with the Royal British Legion. Find out more here. Britain’s shared history, […]