In our current polarised atmosphere, Britons of mixed race often encounter significant psychological pressure to pick a side: are you with us or them? But what if some don't want to choose? Or strongly identify with two, or even more, races? Should we still be expected to make a choice? Or is it time to develop a new understanding of identity that is better suited to our times? A transformative exploration of 21st-century British identity, this book provides thoughtful and nuanced answers to the many questions concerning biracial identity.