Robin Cook’s Chicken Tikka Masala speech explores the relationship between British identity and multiculturalism in the UK, the speaker’s message being that multiculturalism is part of national identity and a competitive advantage for the UK: “It is an immense asset that contributes to the cultural and economic vitality of our nation.”; “And we should recognise that its diversity is part of the reason why Britain is a great place to live.” 

The speaker’s overall intention is to convince those who feel British identity is threatened by immigration that they have no real reason for concern: “I want to argue the case why we can be confident about the strength and the future of British identity.”; “Indeed, I want to go further and argue that in each of the areas where the...

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