Leo Benedictus is a contemporary British writer. He was born in London in 1975 and studied English at Oxford University. He is a freelance feature writer for The Guardian. His articles frequently deal with urbanism, discussing aspects such as privacy, poverty, and housing crises in cities. He periodically writes for The Guardian’s Shortcuts subsection, often producing articles that reflect on the people, issues, and curiosities in the news. . In the introduction of “Every race, colour, nation and religion on earth”, he references himself and his investigative efforts, establishing that he is a credible source of information: “Leo Benedictus has spent months travelling across the capital, locating and visiting the immigrant communities that give the city its vibrancy and, more importantly, its food”. He also emphasies ...

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