The article “Every race, colour, nation and religion on earth” by Leo Benedictus was published in The Guardian as an introduction to a series of articles called “London: The World in One City” that deal with multiculturalism. Therefore, the article may be of interest to anyone who wants to read any of the other articles in the series or to anyone who is interested in multiculturalism.

Since The Guardian is a British newspaper with a liberal (focusing on people’s rights) and left-wing (focusing on social equality) political alignment, its main readership is British people who have liberal or left-leaning political views, for example, those who support the Labour Party or the Liberal Democrats. In the context of this article, it is also notable that those who share The Guardian's political leanings would be likely to have a generally posit...

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