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UK’s first British Asian PM ‘an historic moment’

UK’s first British Asian PM ‘an historic moment’

As Rishi Sunak today became Britain’s first British Asian Prime Minister, British Future Director Sunder Katwala spoke about and what it means for British public life and our society.

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Welcoming groups express ‘deep concern’ at violence towards consulate protester

Welcoming groups express ‘deep concern’ at violence towards consulate protester Date: 18 October 2022

Following violence towards Hong Kongers protesting at the Chinese consulate, organisations have written to the Government urging them to protect free speech in the UK.

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Public gives Truss and Braverman ‘pragmatic permission’ for balanced approach to immigration – new research

Public gives Truss and Braverman ‘pragmatic permission’ for balanced approach to immigration – new research Date: 11 October 2022

New attitudes tracker research reveals what the public thinks about immigration today – and how that has changed over the last seven years.

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A taste of Lewisham – and the history of migration

A taste of Lewisham – and the history of migration Date: 30 September 2022

Situated between a Foot Locker and a TK Maxx in Lewisham Shopping Centre lies The Migration Museum, which has made […]

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A new agenda for action on race in Britain

A new agenda for action on race in Britain Date: 30 August 2022

The debate about race in the UK has become mired in polarised arguments about language. A new essay collection edited by British Future and Bright Blue brings together new proposals for action on race in the UK.

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Events like Commonwealth Games and Jubilee can bridge divides and bring people together – new report

Events like Commonwealth Games and Jubilee can bridge divides and bring people together – new report Date: 12 August 2022

A new report examines how major sporting and cultural events can help bridge divides, connecting people from different backgrounds and building a shared and inclusive identity.

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Why the UK should host a ‘Welcomers Eurovision’ in 2023

Why the UK should host a ‘Welcomers Eurovision’ in 2023 Date: 12 August 2022

2023 should see a ‘Welcomers Eurovision’, with Ukrainian refugees and their host families invited to an event that celebrates the warm welcome that the British public has offered Ukrainians.

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Fifty years on, a Ugandan Asian reflection on making a home in Britain.

Fifty years on, a Ugandan Asian reflection on making a home in Britain. Date: 1 August 2022

My father Rashmi was born and raised in Jinja – a Ugandan town on the shores of Lake Victoria. His […]

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How the Lionesses became legends

How the Lionesses became legends Date: 1 August 2022

England’s Lionesses are the footballing champions of Europe. For the hosts at Wembley, this was the perfect ending to a […]

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Changing the game – How football came home for me this summer

Changing the game – How football came home for me this summer Date: 26 July 2022

My first memories of football were on the concrete playground of my central London primary school, playing alongside one other […]

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