Yasmin digs into the phenomenon of Black and Asians who rise to the top, asking: is this entryism?; an example of post-racial Britain? Or is it, once again, co-option by white power merchants? Are politicians of colour, at times, even more ruthless than their white counterparts? And, if so, why? Yasmin Alibhai-Brown was exiled from her birthplace, Uganda, in 1972. She is a journalist, broadcaster, author and international public speaker.