Moving forward on integration

Government integration policy is always a difficult balancing act. Do too little and you will be accused of ignoring one of the biggest, albeit least tangible, social problems facing the country. Do too much and you will be...

  • 14 Mar 2018
  • | David Goodhart
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Immigration after Brexit

Introduction What should an overall post-Brexit British immigration policy toward the EU look like, with or without an agreement? How should the Government respond to the Brexit vote and the democratic pressure to reduce...

  • 05 Feb 2018
  • | David Goodhart
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The census: more harm than help?

The data derived from the national census is one of the mainstays of discussions of integration. The distribution of citizens by residence, profession and income according to ethnicity and religion provides easily accessible...

  • 09 Oct 2017
  • | Philip Wood
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Are professors racist?

The Government’s Race Disparity Audit is about to launch a website through which users will be able to see differences in public service provision and outcomes by ethnic group. The problem is by using the term...

  • 26 Sep 2017
  • | Richard Norrie
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