Guildford: As Brexit negotiations continue, what do people really mean by ‘control’?

Guildford, a Surrey town of about 140,000 people was the 39th stop for the national conversation.  Guildford is a fairly prosperous place, with unemployment around half of the national average, and a growing population, which rose by 7,500 (almost 6%) between the 2001 and 2011 census. This was reflected in how pragmatic support for migrants coming to Read more about Guildford: As Brexit negotiations continue, what do people really mean by ‘control’?[…]

Gloucester: The two ‘C’s, contribution and control

Gloucester is a city with a rich history of migration and is now relatively diverse compared to wider Gloucestershire. It is also the half-way point of the National Conversation’s 60 visits, and time to reflect on common themes. As with all citizens’ panels, our Gloucester participants talked about the contribution of migrants, but also about Read more about Gloucester: The two ‘C’s, contribution and control[…]