Academic and author Shamit Saggar argues that simply shrugging in the face of Rochdale cannot be good for the reputation of any group.
The great British sense of humour and its difference from other nation’s can help people define themselves. Humour was just one of the characteristics three women writers identified as making them feel distinctly British in a recent magazine article.
Sunder Katwala details the results of the local elections and how they could shape forthcoming negotiations about the future of the United Kingdom.
British Future interviewed leading academic expert Matthew Goodwin who says the BNP will consider abandoning “ballot box strategy” after their worst election results for a decade.
The media increasingly suggest London has a very different world view from the rest of the nation. Sunder Katwala argues it really hasn’t and that there is a widespread national pride in London too.
Author and journalist Andrew Gimson asks whether St George’s Day can, or should, ever become for the English what St Patrick’s Day is for the Irish.
Sunder Katwala argues that the population has a strong sense of what they are proud of, but also more needs to be done to extend our pride in our flags and the modern, inclusive Britain they represent.
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