With Britain set to leave the European Union, in the corridors of Whitehall, politicians are talking of a "British Empire 2.0" to fill the vast economic gap. Instead, it's time we face up to the harsh realities of our colonial past.
We’ve turned our backs on Europe, our tiny, drizzly island looks set to become more isolated than ever before. But young people in Britain didn't vote for Brexit, and many are desperate to soften the blow.
After being racially abused in the street, Vanessa Govinden had a frightening realisation: her band was about to tour a nation fraught with rising xenophobia. This is the story of how she overcame the panic.
Magnum photographer Mark Power collaborated with poet Daniel Cockrill to document the rise in English nationalism in between 2006 and 2010. With hindsight, the project appears like an eerie map of Brexit Britain.
Whether you like it or not, Britian has voted for Brexit, and what this really means remains uncertain. As the UK descends into a full scale political crisis, it's easy to forget that leaving the European Union will impact our European neighbours as much as ourselves.