New research finds the Jubilee has potential to bridge divides and bring people together – but a ‘Bridging monarchy’ will need to broaden its appeal in the future.
There is a new sense of excitement among those banned most often from Twitter for hateful conduct since Elon Musk’s takeover of Twitter, and his comments on relaxing rules to combat online hatred, writes Sunder Katwala.
New research reveals the strength of English identity and belonging among people across all ethnic backgrounds.
Sunder Katwala sets out why the government’s scheme to send people seeking asylum in Britain to Rwanda misreads the mood of the country – and will fail as a policy
Michael Gove is urged to extend Britain’s warm welcome to Afghan refugees still waiting for homes, in a letter from a broad coalition today.
Heather Rolfe looks at the new Ipsos immigration attitudes tracker results, and finds increasing public support for migration for work.
British Future Associate Fellow Jill Rutter writes about why her family has decided to offer a home to a Ukrainian refugee; and what the government needs to do to get this new scheme right.
Public support for welcoming refugees is part of a broader warming of attitudes to immigration that pre-dates the Ukraine crisis, according to the latest wave of the Ipsos/British Future Unbound Immigration Tracker.
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