Summary

Robin Cook begins his Chicken Tikka Masala speech by celebrating Britishness and the importance of foreign relations in a globalised world. He argues that while it is necessary to secure British identity, it is also important to see the advantages of living in a multicultural society.

He announces that he will argue against three alleged threats to British identity: immigration, the UK being a member of the European Union, and the devolution of power to the states forming the UK.

He discusses multicultural Britain by reminding the audience that the country is comprised of different races and a result of different historical events involving non-indigenous people. He talks about London being established by Romans who retreated after invasions by the Saxons and Angles, about Britain having a Dutch Prince, ...

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