Yasmin Alibhai-Brown

moved to Britain from Idi Amin’s Uganda in 1972. She writes for the Independent, the Guardian, the New Statesman, and other newspapers, and is the author of several books, notably No Place Like Home, Who Do We Think We Are? After Multiculturalism, and Mixed Feelings.


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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