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Supreme Court rules Rwanda scheme illegal – but ‘political theatre’ likely to continue

Supreme Court rules Rwanda scheme illegal – but ‘political theatre’ likely to continue Date: 15 November 2023

Reaction to the UK Supreme Court’s ruling that the government’s Rwanda scheme is unlawful.

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Remembrance culture clash ignores the shared history we mark together

Remembrance culture clash ignores the shared history we mark together Date: 9 November 2023

Amplifying culture clashes over demonstrations undermines efforts to bring people together through remembrance, writes Sunder Katwala

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The Rwanda distraction

The Rwanda distraction Date: 20 October 2023

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.

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Taking responsibility for how we talk about race

Taking responsibility for how we talk about race Date: 19 October 2023

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.

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Dissatisfaction with Government’s handling of immigration at highest level since 2015

Dissatisfaction with Government’s handling of immigration at highest level since 2015 Date: 12 September 2023

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.

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How can arts and heritage help us find common ground on inclusive histories?

How can arts and heritage help us find common ground on inclusive histories? Date: 6 September 2023

New research offers fresh insights for cultural and heritage practitioners about work on inclusive histories that confidently navigates ‘culture war’ polarisation.

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How can Labour navigate ‘culture clash’ divides?

How can Labour navigate ‘culture clash’ divides? Date: 4 September 2023

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.

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Constructive, controlled and compassionate – alternative approaches on asylum are available

Constructive, controlled and compassionate  – alternative approaches on asylum are available Date: 28 July 2023

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.

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Flags fly across Britain to mark Windrush 75th anniversary

Flags fly across Britain to mark Windrush 75th anniversary Date: 20 June 2023

Events are taking place across Britain this week to mark Thursday’s 75th anniversary of the arrival of the Windrush.

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