Summary

In his article “Every race, colour, nation and religion on earth”, Leo Benedictus presents London as a multicultural city, where at least one member of every race, culture, nation, and religion on earth can be encountered. In 2005, the city could be seen as the most cosmopolitan city in the world.

Immigrants have many reasons for choosing to live in London, including economic prosperity and the opportunity to learn English. While some immigrants find Londoners to be cold and antisocial, others enjoy the privacy of being left alone. Some immigrants have become so used to their life in London that they feel strange when they return to their home countries.

Londoners also seem to appreciate parts of the culture immigrants bring with them, especially the food. Leo Benedictus argues that the English love and quick...

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