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Feb 04, 2013

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"...it's easy to imagine even the Daily Mail's Richard Littlejohn ... might think twice about putting his name to such a piece of writing."

I have to disagree with this. I just can't imagine Littlejohn being put off the thought of publishing lazy racism.

It's certainly not funny poking fun at foreigners attempts to integrate into your society. It is tough as a foreigner trying to embrace a new language and culture, take on work and fit in. I know when I lived and worked in Europe it helps to have a sympathetic environment when you are fast tracking into a new country's ways and lifestyles, not a bigoted anti-foreigner attitude. Nations always benefit from the richness of new cultures.

Zoe

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