Chicken Tikka

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1. Why does the globalized world demand more foreign contacts than ever?
. “A globalized world demands more foreign contacts than even Britain has experienced in the past. Strength of the economy, security of the nation, safety of people against organized crimes, the health of the environment.

2. What does it mean to be ”secure in our British identity” (page 38, line 8)? How may this increase the chances to British success in the world?
This secure and confidence is important for the inner strength it gives a country/Britain in the conduct of business with others and the development of the country.

3. In what ways has Britain been unusually open to external influence throughout history?

4. Explain the negative ideas of immigration. What does it mean that Britain is said to be under siege and in a state of terminal decline(p.19.l4-5)
What ideas of British national history, culture and identity is Robin Cook speaking against?

The arrival of immigrants who didn’t shared their cultural values and didn’t support or understood the English cricket.
The membership of EU - England as “a country called Europe” .
The devolution of the power – seen as a stop to the break-up of the UK.

5. In What ways is immigration a necessity for a modern developed country, according to Cook?
The pluralism is an immense asset that contributes to the cultural and economic vitality of the nation. It is necessary and unavoidable for at aconomic success. Every country needs firm and fair immigration laws.

Cook also says that “we have to create an open and inclusive society that welcomes incomers for their contribution to our growth and prosperity.

6. In what ways are cultural pluralism and diversity an economic assat?
7. In what ways does mmigration affect Britisg Culture positively?

8. Are there any indications that Robin Cook is more open towars a certain…...

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