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Sunder Katwala is director of British Future and former general secretary of the Fabian Society.
Widespread condemnation of racist chants shows how far the UK has come, but our focus on athletes risks obscuring wider issues.
I grew up confident enough to joke at Enoch Powell. But the next generation expects more.
There are limits to the Cosmopolitan Ukip approach.
Boris Johnson could make a gesture of goodwill.
Sporting summers are about football and much more besides. Roy's boys can help us build an inclusive sense of English pride.
David Cameron's words on equal opportunities are to be welcomed - now for some action, says Sunder Katwala.
Blairites and Corbynistas agree over immigration. The problem for both is that very few outside of Labour do.
Today marks the 40th anniversary of Britain's last referendum on its membership of the European Union. But both In and Out must move on from that contest if they are to win the next one.
No country has worried more about the dangers of national identity than modern Germany. That is why football patriotism has been good for it.
This migrant-majority World Cup tells a story of skilled emigration.