New research finds an increased sense of unity among the public following the shared experience of COVID-19 – but warns that divisions may be re-emerging as the lockdown eases.
Sunder Katwala on why talking more about our history, and how we commemorate it, could help defuse a ‘culture war’ – not start one.
People across the country are being encouraged to come together on 5 July for a shared, national moment of thanks for everyone helping get us through the covid-19 crisis.
Most people think care workers and other low-paid migrant workers doing ‘important jobs’ should be exempt from a proposed ‘salary threshold’ – new poll.
Government and charities need to act now to make sure recent volunteering efforts have a lasting legacy, writes Jill Rutter
A new report from the All Party Parliamentary Group on Social Integration, from its inquiry into how COVID-19 has impacted efforts to reach isolated groups.
A parliamentary inquiry is asking whether digital divides are hampering efforts to reach the most isolated groups in society during the COVID-19 crisis.
Politics will, at some point, return to normal – and Keir Starmer’s Labour Party will face a challenge to rebuild bridges between the party and the voters it needs to win back.
While the COVID-19 crisis requires us to all maintain strict “physical distancing” from each other, that should not mean losing our social connections with each other, writes Sunder Katwala
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