Freddy Foks is Simon Fellow, University of Manchester.
Society & Culture | Journal article
The decades between 1948 and 1980 are often remembered as a time of mass immigration, yet almost 2 million more people left Britain than arrived in those years.
Society & Culture | Digested Read
For the past two centuries emigration has played constitutive part in making the modern British state. So why isn't it discussed more widely in history and politics?