New research from British Future shows how the Conservative Party’s failure to appeal to ethnic minorities in June could have cost Theresa May the election
British Future explores public attitudes to immigration after the 2017 General Election and how we design a post-Brexit immigration system
“Immigration: The manifesto challenge” poses ten key questions about future policy choices which voters will want parties and candidates to be able to respond to during the General Election campaign – and sets out ten practical measures to answer them.
This report sets out the different integration challenges that each new ‘City-region’ mayor will face, with recommendations for action including the appointment of a deputy mayor for integration.
A new report setting out the findings and recommendations of a cross-party, independent Inquiry into how to secure the status and rights of EU nationals currently living in the UK.
As we reach the halfway point in our commemoration of the First World War Centenary, this new research asks: What have people learned so far? Are they still interested? And what does the war of 1914-18 mean to Britain in 2016?
In ‘Britain’s immigration offer to Europe’, British Future proposes a new, preferential system for EU immigration to the UK. Such a system could, we argue, secure UK public and political support while also offering UK negotiators a positive proposal to make in Brexit negotiations.
A report examining the challenges and opportunities on immigration policy after the Brexit vote
There is common ground on the issue of immigration between Leave and Remain voters who disagreed on the referendum question, finds a new report today from British Future.