This article is from the UK but its points are definitely true of Australia as well. Anyone else?
I'm not going to sign onto another site that promises to bombard me with emails from the start.
Can you summarize?
I rather like living in a multicultural area and Caribbean food and Middle Eastern food and Korean food and Italian food.
I am not a Velveeta and white bread kind of girl.
Good article. I liked the recommendation, "It means drawing on our cultural history in every area of life and unapologetically setting it above all others, promoting it proudly, inviting every citizen, regardless of where they came from, to share in it – yet all the while unremittingly defending their individual liberty to make their own choices."