Nafees Mahmud is a freelance journalist who has written for The Guardian and Middle East Eye.
British foodies have now moved beyond chicken tikka masala to appreciate diverse dishes from the subcontinent.
Violent protests have taken place on the island against Paris’ vaccine mandate and it isn’t hard to empathise with their distrust of authority.
Anti-refugee rhetoric is a useful distraction from government corruption and incompetence.
Experts allege racism plays a major role in people of South Asian origin not getting the mental health services they need in the UK.
Britain only cares about being perceived as taking the "moral" high road while maintaining a status quo that harms ethnic minorities.
Intergenerational trauma cannot be ignored in understanding why British minorities have been more vulnerable to Covid-19 than their White counterparts.
Brixton was once the cultural capital of the UK's Afro-Caribbean community. Gentrification has changed its identity.
Chaudhuri explores subtle differences in the approach to life between East and West, between tradition and modernity--through his exploration of Indian and Western music.
Racist talk is returning to English drawing rooms as post-Brexit Britons begin to question their position in the wider world.
Brexit, Covid-19 conspiracy theories and the issues of 20 years ago largely unaddressed have raised a question of when not if race riots will explode again in the country.
Scotland as an anti-racist utopia is a politically charged narrative, while in reality, the country's minorities are struggling from structural racism.
Fishing has become one of the major sticking points in Brexit talks and UK fishermen are anxious their government may betray them.
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