New research into UK public attitudes to Britain’s future relationship with the EU, including on identity, values and areas of potential closer cooperation.
The most authoritative study to date of BN(O) Hong Kongers in the UK, covering issues including work, integration, language and location.
New 2023 findings from the the Immigration Attitudes Tracker by Ipsos and British Future, which has tracked public opinion on immigration since 2015.
A new British Future report offering insights for cultural and heritage practitioners about how to work on inclusive histories in a way that confidently navigates ‘culture war’ polarisation.
A new British Future report offers a ‘state of the nation’ picture of public attitudes to race and diversity in Britain today as we mark the 75th anniversary of the Windrush.
A new policy paper from British Future setting out constructive proposals for asylum reforms to significantly reduce Channel crossings, cut the asylum backlog and use of hotel accommodation and break the deadlock with France to secure a new deal on security, routes and returns.
New research from the Ipsos/British Future immigration attitudes tracker, which has tracked public attitudes to immigration since 2015, examines public attitudes to immigration numbers, migration for work and international student migration. It also looks at public opinion on asylum and refugee protection, including Channel crossings and the Rwanda scheme.
The debate about race in the UK has become mired in polarised arguments about language. This essay collection, edited by British Future and Bright Blue, brings together new proposals for action on race in the UK.
A British Future report for the Spirit of 2012 Power of events Inquiry, examining how major events can bridge divides and promote contact between people from different backgrounds.