(The Unsettling of Europe: The Great Migration, 1945 to the Present by Peter Gatrell)
It was a while ago but I saved up the cutting.
Why is so hard for us to see migrants as fellow human beings, he asks?
Imagination - and artistic initiatives - can help. He thinks, for example, that The Jungle - play in London in 2018 weaving together migrants' stories with migrant actors - really showed what could be achieved.
"As in so many areas, imagination - and the breakthrough into someon else's uinfamiliar persepective - is the beginning of political wisdom, the foundation of a politics that is about more than shifting problems around the board and finding new agents (usually victims) to blame."