A British Future-backed session at the Scottish Festival of Politics hosted a debate on who counts as Scottish, and when new residents become Scottish.
British Future’s Binita Mehta in her hometown of Watford speaking to local residents about the Olympics and their newly painted gold postbox.
Binita Mehta attended the London Mela, to ask British Asians what the 2012 Olympics had meant to them.
Britain is beaming following the Olympics, with 58% agreeing that the Olympics will leave a long-lasting positive impact on British society. What needs to be done to make sure this happens?
The Olympics has sparked a significant shift in how the Scots and the Welsh feel about the Union Jack by giving the whole country an opportunity to come together, says British Future editorial director Rachael Jolley.
Celebrating her victory with the Welsh flag and the Union Jack, Olympic gold medalist Jade Jones’s success brought British patriotism and Welsh pride together, writes Daniel Lloyd.
One in three of Team GB’s record medal haul were the product of Britain’s history of immigration and integration. That’s because our Olympic team reflects the country that we have become, says Sunder Katwala.
There’s been a great Scottish contribution to the Team GB medal haul, but just 5% of the Team GB medals were won by Scots alone, with the others being made up from teams from across Britain, according to new British Future research.
Up to 6,000 people fly to Pakistan from Britain every week. Anwar Akhtar says attitudes in the Foreign Office to working with the Pakistani diaspora in Britain are changing and it could open up great opportunities for the countries to work together.
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