• Too many differences

    For a long time, the UK has remained a separate country with its separate culture and identity from mainland Europe. The cultural, social, and most importantly religious (with the Church of England) differences between the people of the UK and Europe represents difficulties in integration, as seen by the commonality of exceptions in various policies such as immigration and economic policies. Through separation the peoples of UK and Europe are able to develop independently without hindering each other's progress.

    Posted by: soll
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