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27 nationalities and 300 different languages: How a UN pushes London forward by employees
Five million humans. Today, immigrant workers are indispensable to the city's staff in every sector, from banks to gastronomy, from neuro-surgery to offices and from IT to child care. And the Pret A Manger sand-wich network alone is employing emigrants from more than 105 nations. Prior to the increase in migration from around 1998 onwards, London was already by far the most important target for foreigners to Great Britain.
Numerous countries outside the EU - Nigeria, Turkey, Somalia and others - and from Europe have followed them since 1990. Indeed, almost 40 percent of all British immigrants are living here. London has thus attained what a new article describes as "superdiversity", a fusion of nationalities, ethnic groups and tongues that is unparalleled in Europe.
Nowadays many Londoners who have been borne abroad - 43 percent - are UK nationals, which is more than four out of five Afro-Caribbean nationals who have been borne abroad. In the meantime, the patterns of inward and outward flows can hardly be traced - not least because many immigrants, especially from the EU, who do not require a work permits, are very mobilized.
That is why Mayor Boris Johnson has been tough in his criticisms of the government's plan to limit the number of non-EU immigrants annually, an illegal movement severely criticized by economic giants. Together these colourful clusters are the destiny of this working town. The multinational "rainbow" nature of London's staff is nowhere more evident than in the restaurant.
It' s seldom to be welcomed or serviced by UK employees, and the cuisine is also mini-united nations of various nationalities. Love London because: It is a very bustling town, so multi-cultural and there is much to see and do. Love London because: "When I was brought up on television with London and Britain, I awoke up one morning and said to my mother,'I'm going to London.
Happy London because: "Lifestyles and cultures - it's nice, I like it. Happy London because: "is the prettiest town in the whole wide underworld. They' re more friendly than in Paris. "I' ve been in the Alps and had a skiing holiday and asked for a short term shifts in London.
" Love London because: It' so interesting to work in a cuisine where 70 percent of the population speaks it. "Before I came to London, I had no job. "Love London because: "and all the different nationalities. It' such an interesting town, there are so many different means of transportation.
Love London because: "Love London because: "Love London because: And I also like the fact that there are so many different nationalities - it doesn't really make any difference if you don't know English perfectly. "Comes to London 12 years ago. "The different civilizations, it's very different from Nigeria.