The question of what it means to be British has never been more relevant to young people. Government insists that schools promote British values, but what does that really mean? Is it inclusive or does it exclude certain people or ideas? Can you be British and European or Scottish or Indian or Muslim? Is Britishness about a shared history and language, or a set of values? This book does not offer rigid answers to these questions, but asks readers to think about their own personal views and choices and how they would define British identity.