Dreda Say Mitchell

is London-born of Grenadian parentage. Her first novel, Running Hot (Maia Press 2005), won the Crime Writers Association’s John Creasey Memorial Dagger Award in 2005. She works as an education adviser in the London Borough of Islington specializing in the achievements of pupils from black and minority ethnic communities.


Commonality is all very well but it must must work both ways: three responses to Ted Cantle’s re-evaluation of nationality, citizenship, and community.

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