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Welcome to the Green Industrial Revolution

25 November 2020

The Telegraph

"Nearly three-quarters of the UK public (74%) believe that ‘working together to protect the environment could build a society that’s based on sharing not selfishness, community not division’. The evidence suggests that Britons, like other peoples, are weary of political division and want to get past the polarisation that has characterised the past five years. They want to grasp the opportunities of the future and the accompanying benefits of a cleaner economy."

Welcome to the Green Industrial Revolution

Reasons To Be Cheerful

"Shake it like a polarised picture"

16 November 2020

Reasons To Be Cheerful podcast

"As we rebuild the economy, build back better, post Covid, there's got to be a story that brings climate, economy, place-based development, local communities, tackling inequality. It feels like if we could bring those pieces together.. you would also be able to rebuild some of the trust in the system that has been lost in recent years."

Shake it like a polarised picture

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Who are the real tribes of Britain?

27 October 2020

Unherd

"Drop what you’re doing and read this: it’s one of the important pieces of opinion research this year "

Who are the real tribes of Britain?

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Society is not as divided by Brexit and Covid as you might think

26 October 2020

The Times

" Remember that spring surge in community spirit? How we came together in adversity, helped each other out, celebrated key workers, and more or less got behind the government's strategy for dealing with the crisis?"

Society is not as divided by Brexit and Covid as you might think

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Left and Right labels are increasingly redundant with Britons falling into seven tribes, study finds

26 October 2020

inews

"Only 22 people of Britons said they identified closely with Left or Right, with 70 per cent viewing such labels as unhelpful and more than half describing themselves as being on the centre ground"

Left and Right labels are increasingly redundant

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The Culture Wars are fought by a tiny minority - UK study

24 October 2020

The Observer

The desire to fight a “culture war” is the preserve of a small group on the political extremes that does not represent most British voters, according to a major new project on political polarisation in the UK.

The Culture Wars are fought by a minority