Gavin Rice, Project Director for our Future of Conservatism project, wrote for The Critic making the case for national service. He said:
“We need a fair, new deal for young British people that improves their economic prospects radically. The lynchpin of this is being able to buy a home. Nonetheless, Britain is our home, too, and we should seek to make it stronger and more cohesive by promoting mutual bonds and an ethic of muscular citizenship.
A form of national service could be transformative, instilling selflessness and self-respect whilst forming a rite-of-passage into responsible adulthood. It’s worth a shot.”
Read the whole piece here.
Future of Conservatism Director Gavin Rice explains why legal immigration is still rising post-Brexit in the Daily Telegraph.