A joint event by British Future and Conservative Home discussed ‘When is immigration good for Britain?’
British Future will be hosting fringe events at both Conservative and Labour party conference, 2019.
How can Labour find it’s voice on immigration?
When is immigration good for Britain?
Join us for the latest in our Volitile Politics Series of events. This two-part roundtable, chaired by Russell Hargrave, will consider the implications of no-deal and the unpredictable politics of the autumn for the migration sector.
The Covid-19 pandemic affects everyone in Yorkshire – but its impact is felt in different ways. As the early surge […]
Divided Society: What could keep us together or pull us apart beyond Covid-19? Friday 4th September, 12:30-1:45pm Will angry debates […]
Thursday 23 July 2020 With the Black Lives Matter movement sparking a national debate on the presence of racial inequalities […]
British Future invites you to attend this webinar, to launch the first report of the All Party Parliamentary Group on Social Integration’s Inquiry into social connection during the COVID-19 crisis.
As the government embarks on the most significant immigration reforms for half a century, join us for a free stakeholder event to discuss British Future and the Policy Institute at King’s College’s new report: ‘The Reset Moment: Immigration in the New Parliament’.
We will be at both the Conservative Party and the Labour Party Conference this year. If your organisation or company are interested in partnering with us, on your conference programme, do get in touch.
We are happy to discuss options to host fringe panel events, private roundtables, or receptions relevant to our core aims.
Join British Future and other experts at this post-election briefing event, as we reflect on the outcome of General Election and ask ‘what next?’ for our volatile politics.
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?