Brexit is the price Britain is paying for the failure to hold an honest discussion about immigration, multiculturalism and Empire. But it would be a mistake to think that the UK’s problems are without equivalent elsewhere, writes Gary Younge.
is an award-winning author, broadcaster, and columnist for The Guardian, based in London. He also writes a monthly column for The Nation and is the Alfred Knobler Fellow for Type Media. He has written five books, most recently Another Day in the Death of America, which won the J. Anthony Lukas Book Prize from the Columbia Journalism School and Nieman Foundation.