April 30, 2019
This report from the UK think tank BFPG shows Britons are deeply divided about Britain’s future role in the world.
Despite the government having adopted the ‘Global Britain’ mantra championed by Brexit campaigners to guide its foreign policy strategy, the report finds that those who voted Leave in the EU Referendum are consistently the least likely to support an active international role. The report, Behind Global Britain: Public Opinion on the UK’s Role in the World is based on a new survey conducted with BMG Research. It reveals stark differences in preferences about the UK’s international role, based on age, education, geography and political affiliation – and highlights the role that inequalities in access to international opportunities play in shaping how Britons see the world.Read Full Report
This event, hosted by UK think tank the Henry Jackson Society, will discuss their new paper The Prospective Foreign Policy…More Info
By Larry Attree; Teresa Dumasy; Julian EganRead more