The following passage is quoted from an article in the Observer, Sunday 15 September 2013 titled This glorious and unruly English language that lets everyone in What does the phrase "to find within it their own unique cadences" mean?
What the would-be linguistic dictators called the "anarchy" of the English language has been redefined by writers from the greater anglophone world as its great generosity. Its glory is that it lets everyone in without making them all the same. English was multicultural long before it contained that word. Because it is itself an unruly bastard tongue, it is capacious enough for everyone to find within it their own unique cadences. The England that once had pretensions to govern this glorious tongue is gone.