British Future’s new report Generation 2012 speaks with an age group who have been dubbed by some the “lost generation” to identify the challenges facing them.
British Future hosted an interactive debate at Stratford Town Hall on the challenges facing Generation 2012 to find out what can be done to avoid a “lost generation”.
David Cameron would be tempted to choose Jerusalem as an English anthem for England’s sporting teams, the Prime Minister and Conservative Party leader has said, when asked by British Future.
Unbelievably, the Olympic opening ceremony takes place two weeks today. Even amidst last minute concerns about security and the weather, there is still a growing excitement about what the first two weeks of August will bring, both in terms of sporting achievement and national esprit de corps.
Binita Mehta reports from an event protesting new visa regulations that will disproportionately hit families, women and the poor.
Matthew Rhodes reviews Promised Land, a play about Leeds, its football team, identity and belonging, which is followed by a video of the discussion that ensued.
Conservative private polling leaks suggest that voters are just as disappointed with its immigration performance as they were for the previous Labour government, says Britain Thinks pollster Deborah Mattinson.
Journalist Daniel Lloyd considers his Welsh identity and why the infectious, inclusive nature of Wales can prove irresistible for many.
New research shows a strong sense of minority patriotism. Might it be time to stop being surprised, says Sunder Katwala?
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