There's nothing racist about being concerned by immigration levels. But some people are more concerned than others. James O'Brien is out of tune with his fellow Brits, 77% of whom think there is too much immigration. Why? Why are people scared that their homes are going to be overrun by hordes of Bulgarians, scared their children or grandchildren will have no school to go to due to a shortage of places, angry that foreign criminals will not be deported and convinced that 'faceless bureaucrats' in Brussels are ruining their lives? With foreigners and the unemployed being successfully but fraudulently portrayed as the root of all our country's ills, even the Left is surrendering to this toxic narrative. Immigration is a fact of life - not a 'problem' to be 'solved'. This is one of the most politically charged issues of our times. In this controversial book James O'Brien challenges the stories that we're all buying into, and gets to the heart of the fears that are driving this debate throughout the UK.