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Our best hope is each other

LISA NANDY: For too long we have accepted that immigration and community are at odds. But there is a sensible, decent majority in this country who believe in a global, tolerant, open, outward facing, and diverse Britain.

Book review: In a new land

Lovers And Strangers: An Immigrant History Of Post-War Britain by Clair Wills, Allen Lane, £25
“That young man in the double-breasted suit and snapbrim trilby, grasping the handrail of the ship at Tilbury Dock, those girls in their crisp summer dresses…”
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The politics of migration

The former foreign secretary, David Miliband, observed a couple of years ago that all over the world there are "societies struggling to cope with migration, and to cope without it". His words could be applied to the tension in British...

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The left needs to stop lecturing British Muslim women, writes Shaista Aziz
Post-Brexit, hate crime has soared. But while the political discourse around austerity, immigration and the refugee crisis has created an environment where growing numbers of people seem to feel...

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