Yes, the British will always think of Europe as a foreign territory, because they are a foreign territory. The countries of Britain, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Belgium and the many others have very long traditions and very deep culture. There would have to be a major cultural shift for Britain to embrace Europe's culture as its own.
Yes, the British always think of Europe as foreign territory because Great Britain is located on an island and isolated from the rest of Europe. Also the British see themselves as superior from the rest of Europe because of their history of being a world empire and having the only royal family that is truly respected.
The British will always think of Europe as foreign territory because it is. The United Kingdom is a sovereign state, and the countries of the continent are as well. Although there has been a lot of cooperation between these countries in the European Union, they remain separate political and cultural entities.
Yes, the British will always think of Europe as a foreign territory, because of where they are located. With a body of water separating Britain from Europe, it is hard for Britain to feel as connected to the affairs of Europe as those countries on the continent. Britain also has a long-standing history, and was more developed in some ways, including in a legal system. They are independent and identify from Europe independently.
British will always think of Europe as foreign territory. It has been that way for centuries and I do not believe that anything will happen to contradict that situation. They seem to be doing alright for themselves and sustaining their own culture. I think they will always be looked at as an outside view.