Home Secretary James Cleverly has announced new measures designed to reduce immigration for work and family reunionRead More
New research finds the UK’s Hong Kongers are educated and keen to integrate – but need support to realise their employment potential
Reaction to the UK Supreme Court’s ruling that the government’s Rwanda scheme is unlawful.
Amplifying culture clashes over demonstrations undermines efforts to bring people together through remembrance, writes Sunder Katwala
The Rwanda scheme, argues Sunder Katwala, is primarily a distraction from the question of how this government, or the next, can build a functioning asylum policy.
Conservative ministers Nus Ghani and Steve Baker both called for government voices to strive for language on issues of identity and race that could bridge divides rather than widen them.
The latest Immigration Attitudes Tracker research by Ipsos and British Future finds public dissatisfaction with the Government’s handling of immigration at its highest level since 2015.
New research offers fresh insights for cultural and heritage practitioners about work on inclusive histories that confidently navigates ‘culture war’ polarisation.
A new paper from Labour Together and British Future examines how we can bridge our divides and stop our culture clashes from turning into a culture war.
The Government has yet to identify any viable solutions to the challenges facing Britain’s asylum system of asylum, writes Sunder Katwala – yet its critics are setting out alternative proposals.
British Future reports examine public attitudes and make recommendations for change on topics ranging from future immigration and integration policy to how communications can help combat prejudice."Read more
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