The UK should take a more positive and welcoming approach to citizenship, according to the report of an independent inquiry into citizenship policy chaired by Alberto Costa MP.
Here are some of the ways in which British Future responded to the events of the year of the Covid pandemic – and how it reshaped the public conversations about social connection, race, immigration and identity.
Jill Rutter reports from our discussions in Scotland as part of the Talk/together project.
Having accidentally met the net migration target that dogged his predecessors, largely by accident, what next for PM Boris Jonson’s immigration policy?
Unemployment and integration were top of mind throughout our talk/together discussions with people in the West Midlands, writes Jake Puddle.
New research for Talk/together finds that people value community, neighbours and friends – as well, of course, as the NHS – for helping them through Covid.
Jill Rutter reports from our Talk/together discussions in the North-east of England, where worries about jobs and the economy and distrust of politicians were tempered by community spirit and lockdown stoicism.
The winning Biden-Harris ticket told at least three stories of integration in American public life, writes Sunder Katwala.
COVID-19, food poverty, Brexit and housing were central themes of Talk/together discussions across the East of England, writes Jake Puddle.
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