The Chicken Tikka Masala speech by Robin Cook was delivered in 2001 at the Social Market Foundation in London. The Social Market Foundation is an independent public policy research organisation whose aim is to educate the public regarding the way pro-market polices can be implemented in a socially fair way.

Consequently, we can say the environment where the speech was delivered was most likely favourable to migration and inclusion, topics the speaker explores: “Legitimate immigration is the necessary and unavoidable result of economic success, which generates a demand for labour faster than can be met by the birth-rate of a modern developed country.” (p. 40, ll. 18-20); “But we must also create an open and inclusive society that welcomes incomers for ...

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