For the residents of Rochester, addressing their concerns about living standards, schools and healthcare would go a long way to dampening their worries about immigration.
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Many communities have already become active in addressing Ofsted’s concerns about far right and Islamist extremism.
DUP Leader and Northern Ireland’s first minister Peter Robinson has sought to defend one of his MPs who launched a tirade against Sinn Fein over the weekend.
As Nicola Sturgeon awakes to her first full day in office as Scotland’s first minister, she will not be short of advice from commentators in the Scottish press.
British Future’s report shows how the fear of being stereotyped stops the moderate majority from communicating their ideas.
From January to April, only 8 per cent of Daily Mail stories on migration featured a migrant voice, and only 6 per cent of Times articles.
The complex views of the majority on immigration are not always easily represented in opinion polls.
Labour are set to lose all but five of their 40 Scottish MPs in the General Election, making it all but impossible to oust David Cameron from Downing Street, according to a new poll.