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"To build that bridging agenda, which resonates in towns and cities, with younger and older voters and with majorities and minorities, the challenge now for Keir Starmer is to make sure that he isn’t only finding common ground inside the party, but beyond it too."
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British Future 8h
Can new leader Keir Starmer help Labour build the bridges it needs? asks
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Sunder Katwala Apr 3
There are many policy challenges from this crisis - some v.immediate, some medium and longer-term. Digital capability, access and exclusion is obviously affecting how people are affected. Would welcome tips on best analysis, research and advocacy to date on the crisis & beyond it
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Holly Lynch MP Apr 2
Please do feed into the call for examples about how you are reaching out to socially isolated groups during CV19. We want to hear about all projects but particularly those connecting people who are not necessarily familar with technolgy:
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British Future Apr 3
Lord Ashcroft and join forces to call for special medal for those at forefront of battle against coronavirus
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British Future Apr 3
Nurses from overseas working in the NHS have been given a free year-long visa extension so they can stay in the frontline fight against the
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British Future Apr 3
"We will invent new lockdown rituals and new traditions, some of which may outlive the - shows us that, while keeping physically apart, we can still come together to celebrate the things that we share," -
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British Future Apr 2
Second 'Clap For Our Carers' applause to pay tribute to key workers
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British Future Apr 2
While "physical distancing" is vital during the , we must still stay socially connected - expect the 5th July birthday to be on steroids, writes
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British Future Apr 1
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British Future Apr 1
Some positive stories of how people are still connecting with each other, while physically distancing, across the UK. Including cups of tea (of course) and ironing bears.
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British Future Mar 30
Is anyone else starting a new job under lockdown? Any tips for , our ?
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British Future Mar 26
Remember to come to your doorstep or window tonight to
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Sunder Katwala Mar 26
The Windrush Review is an extraordinary dissection of policy and cultural failures in a major government department, with 30 thoughtful recommendations on how to institutionalise change. But will it prove to be a reset moment for the Home Office itself? My analysis
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British Future Mar 26
Windrush review highlights ⁦⁩ ‘thoughtlessness and ignorance’ about race: for ⁦
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British Future Mar 24
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The House Live Mar 23
The All Party Parliamentary Group for Social Integration is asking communities to share projects aimed at connecting people who are at risk of being socially isolated over the course of this health crisis, writes
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British Future Mar 23
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The website has a nice running blog today of 'People making a difference'
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British Future Mar 23
Communities & civil society are reaching out to isolated people in new ways in response to , writes . The new inquiry will look at best practice and how organisations have adapted to address challenges:
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British Future Mar 23
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