In my opinion

In 1964, when the first Notting Hill Carnival took place, the notion of a genuinely multi-ethnic Britain was still a million miles away. Significantly the carnival introduced the Caribbean notion of street occupation for pure fun into a Britain where historically the only peacetime uses were economically driven street ...

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