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British Future launches ‘How to talk about immigration’

How to talk about immigration sets out British Future’s understanding and analysis of public attitudes to immigration and the issues of integration, identity and opportunity that inform the immigration debate.  It seeks to suggest new ideas for further discussion and to offer its vision of an approach to immigration that is principled, practicable and capable of securing public support.


The 140-page pamphlet contains new polling and draws on three years’ research and analysis, including extensive deliberative research across the contry from Glasgow, Leeds, Bolton and Nottingham to Coventry, Cardiff, Cheltenham and Southampton.  A summary of the report ‘How to talk about immigration (briefly)’ can be downloaded here.