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
The coronavirus crisis has prompted many individuals and organisations to do something to help others in their communities. Alongside those examples of civic contribution and local solidarity, the crisis has brought to light the challenges of social isolation.
A new parliamentary inquiry will examine best practice for combating isolation during the COVID-19 crisis, making recommendations to government.
The publication today of the report from the Windrush Lessons Learned Review underlines the pressing case for reform of the Home Office, writes Jill Rutter.
‘The reset moment: immigration in the new parliament’ by British Future and the Policy Institute at King’s College London, draws on new ICM research into public attitudes to immigration and integration.
New ICM research for British Future finds out what the public thinks a new points-based immigration system should prioritise.
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