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In Canada and Germany, the climate crisis is finally on the ballot. But can it win?

In Canada and Germany, the climate crisis is finally on the ballot. But can it win?

19 September 2021

CNN

"Unlike in election years in the past, we've seen climate as a core issue right from the start -- given people's insistence on climate action in the polls, all major parties have made it a main element of their rhetoric," said Jérémie Gagné, a senior associate at the research group More in Common.

In Canada and Germany, the climate crisis is finally on the ballot. But can it win?

Don't Mention the Culture Wars

Don't Mention the Culture Wars

28 July 2021

The Telegraph

"The biggest problem is not the divide, which does not functionally exist, but the way in which people feel shut out of the debate, for their inability – their lack of desire – to scream at each other on social media...The wise (responsible) politician will dig in with truth and those unbearable and unfashionable things: nuance and compassion. It’s where the country is. So where are they?"

Don't Mention the Culture Wars

Cultural Change - Dousing the Flames

Cultural Change - Dousing the Flames

27 July 2021

Sky News

When it comes to cultural tensions do you think politicians resolve issues or seek to enflame them?

"Both politicians and campaigners are turning what should be discussions about these sensitive issues...into rows"

Sky News Breakfast with Niall Paterson

"British people strive for nuance and balance"

"British people strive for nuance and balance"

27 July 2021

GB News

"Briton's are very likely to say that free speech needs to be protected, people are too easily offended nowadays, but they also think that when it comes to hate speech we should be taking action".

Luke Try on GB News discussing new report Dousing the Flames

Britons are more likely to view Black Lives Matter as a force for good than ill, data shows

Britons are more likely to view Black Lives Matter as a force for good than ill, data shows

26 July 2021

iNews

Luke Tryl, UK director of More in Common, said “In our conversations with Britons from across the country, they spoke passionately about the need to do more to tackle racism both on and offline and there was strong support for the message Black Lives Matter. That doesn’t make Briton’s Marxists or mean that they support all of BLM’s tactics."

Britons are more likely to view Black Lives Matter as a force for good