'[Miles] draws admirably on history, demography, sociology, biology, and even climatology in this wide-ranging cornucopia.' THE TIMES (2/9/06) 'Coming at a time of surely historical levels of immigration, his hugely detailed survey... provides a vital background to any discussion of why Britain is the way it is. It will certainly warm the hearts of increasingly beleaguered multiculturists.' SUNDAY TIMES (3/9/06) 'A big, eccentric tract written with a Victorian zeal to educate and improve the reader... [a] magisterial work.' TELEGRAPH (26/8/06)
About the Author
David Miles is Chief Archaeologist at English Heritage. Previously Director of the Oxford Archaeological Unit, he is a Research Fellow of the Institute of Archaeology, Oxford and a Fellow of Kellogg College, Oxford. He is a member of the Society of Antiquaries. Author of many books and articles on archaeology, he was for 10 years a columnist on The Oxford Mail & Times and broadcasts regularly on radio and TV (The Today Programme, Chronicle, Tomorrow's World).