20 February marks the first national boycott and day of action by migrants, their friends and supporters in answer to the toxic anti-migrant rhetoric that has infected British political debate of late. Can this welcome development transform itself into something bigger?
Are walls and tighter border controls the answer to the big questions on immigration? Do they achieve what their advocates set out to do? Or should the world aim to return to a time when less xenophobia and more trust in people was the order of the day?