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THE UNITED KINGDOM Britishness >Britishness has always been constituted by a plurality of ethnic groups and people from different cultural backgrounds > not "one race" but a community of different cultures > only a few people in Britan are indigeniously British, most British people come from different ethnic backgrounds > concept of Britishness changes constantly National identity and the concept of "britishness" Positive associations : > succesfull country > multiculturalism > a lot of traditions (ex. around the royal family) British Imperalism >they stayed and lived in the lands they conquered. > Upcoming Question: "Why should they own the land?" Claiming that the UK is >Justification that it is 7 Superior to any other nation necessary for the civilisation of the world, Belief that the number of people decide the technological advance > Critism of the term "british" or "britishnes": > no partnership of equals > no respect regarding the british culture or faith no real britishness" > name: Kingdom Colonialism Advantages Infrastructure -Britain gave its colonies better development, better roads and railways language - Communication using one language Culture -Trade system allowed people to come to Britain, bringing their culture with them democracy-Britain brought the idea to its colonies Commonwealth - provided the old colonies with help > Law and order - Britain brought their law system to the colonies, improving the colonies' system > education-Britain brought their education System with them Alternatives to "britishness" > Community between isles Coutries of Britain" " > more acceptance regarding multiculturalism The british Isles Ireland m Northern Ireland Republic of...

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Ireland Scotland Wales England The United Kingdom Disadvantages > Culture - was forced on the colonists, while the original culture was banned and ignored Economies - The colonies' economie was failing because most of the profit of goods go directly back to Britain > Religion - The missionairies forced Christianality >Disease -Britain brought diseases to the colonies >Theft - The Empire just took the land and resources from the colonies, leading to the near extinction of many indigenious tribes > Slavery - African slaves were taken to America to be sold European union Formation of European Coal and steel Community 1951 Signing of Treaty of Rome, the founding document of the European Economic Community Three british politicians 1957 + Winston Churchill > * November 30 (1874) + January 24 (1965) > british statesmen, orator and prime minister (1940-45, 1950-55) > led Britain during World War 2 > political party: -> conservative (1900-1904, 1924-64) -> liberal (1904-1924) Current Situation in Europe Britain applies to join the EEC, De Gaulle blocks the application > Nobel prize for Liteature (1953) > accomplomished artist General ideas about the Eu Their opinion regarding the EU Britains role in a European Union 1961 > >origin of the most cultures/races Winston Churchill (1945) fountain of the Christian faith fairest and the most cultivated culture in the world >gain profit and happiness > being a commited part in the worldwide politics Robin 1972+73 British application to join accepted, Britain joins the EEC >* February 24 (1946) + August 6 (2005) > EU as a king of United States -> poutical power and international influence Euro notes and coins enter Circulation in 12 countries Cook > british labour party politician > member of the parliament for Livingston >responsible for achieving an agreement with the Iran 2002 >2003 ne stood up for ending military actions against Iraq > wrote many books Robin Cook (2001) >British history is european >Europe is where the domestic quality of life is L> wheter the issues: fight against organised crime and policy on asylum or stability > A union within their individuals, not a new identity → Saving of british ness" > Sharing the british assumption about now Society should be organised >gain political power 2009 The 2008 crash, eurozone crisis A raise in anti-Eu Prime Minister, David Cameron David Cameron 2013 > * October 9 (1966) > Prime Minister (2010-2016) > Member of Parliament for Witney (2001-2016), Leader of the conservative party (2005-2016) > identifies as one-nation conservative > intention to form a coalition government (cooperation between different political partys) > Supported gay marriage David Cameron (2013) > Europe is in the midst of a deep crisis >needs a lot of support from Britain > a better deal for everyone, not just for Britain > active and committed part Supportive towards the EU -> with the british sensibility (independend, forthright)` Remain or leve Arguments for remain the EU? > Foreign affairs - As a part of a community of 500 Million people, Britain has a greater influence over international matters > Security - A union better equips Britain to trackle threats to security (terrorism, cross-border crime) >Money-European buisnesses invest billion of pounds in the uk every year > Trade - Mempership provides access to the single market (easy movement of goods, services, people) > Buisness-Free trade reduces barriers and enables companies to grow >Jobs - Millions of british Jobs linked to the Eu could be put at risk >consumer goods- The average person in Britain Saves hundreds each year thanks to Lower prices of goods and services by the EU The Brexit Conservative win overall majority in uk election 2015 After Brexit 2017 Arguments for Leave > Foreign affairs- Continued EU membership would Limit Britain's international influence, ruling out an independent seat at the World Trade Organisation (WTO) Britain votes to leave by 51,9% New government under Theresa May > Sovereignty-Britain would have more control of its Laws and regulations > Security-Britain's domestic security could benefit from full border controls, which it would gain outside the EU >Trade-Membership of the EU keeps Britain from fully capitalising on trade with other major economies Such as Japan, India and the us Government trigger article 50, tells Britain will leave 2016 the EU in two years >Jobs - Improved global trade agreements and more selective immigration could have a positive effect on the british job market 2018 Transition period Starts Withdrawal deal agreed + 2020 2021 Transition period ends with a deal -> Brexit >Uk citizens now need a visa to go on holiday to the Eu > EU students wanting to study in the UK have to apply for a > EU Citizens already living in the UK have to check if they are transition period and apply for settled Status > Potential migrants wanting to work in the UK now need to collect points to be able to immigrate The uk accepts workers from > New blue passports will be > EU boats can still fish in the EU for Jobs with a shortage introduced by the UK in 2021 British waters for 5 years student visa eligible to stay after the Multiculturalism Chances › Cultural diversity enriches Britain > British Society becomes mixed, not segregated > Learn/Benefit from each other's cultures by exchanging traditions > Broaden your horizon, become more tolerant and open-minded > children learn to up open-minded grow > more possibilities for communication because of a Linguistic variety >enrichment for the economy Challenges >Fear that "Britishness" will eventually get lost and that the British become a minority in their own country > Discrimination and racism, segregation > Inequality between ethnic groups > Overpopulation because of to many immigrants > Ghetto ization, riots > linguistic barriers

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THE UNITED KINGDOM Britishness >Britishness has always been constituted by a plurality of ethnic groups and people from different cultural backgrounds > not "one race" but a community of different cultures > only a few people in Britan are indigeniously British, most British people come from different ethnic backgrounds > concept of Britishness changes constantly National identity and the concept of "britishness" Positive associations : > succesfull country > multiculturalism > a lot of traditions (ex. around the royal family) British Imperalism >they stayed and lived in the lands they conquered. > Upcoming Question: "Why should they own the land?" Claiming that the UK is >Justification that it is 7 Superior to any other nation necessary for the civilisation of the world, Belief that the number of people decide the technological advance > Critism of the term "british" or "britishnes": > no partnership of equals > no respect regarding the british culture or faith no real britishness" > name: Kingdom Colonialism Advantages Infrastructure -Britain gave its colonies better development, better roads and railways language - Communication using one language Culture -Trade system allowed people to come to Britain, bringing their culture with them democracy-Britain brought the idea to its colonies Commonwealth - provided the old colonies with help > Law and order - Britain brought their law system to the colonies, improving the colonies' system > education-Britain brought their education System with them Alternatives to "britishness" > Community between isles Coutries of Britain" " > more acceptance regarding multiculturalism The british Isles Ireland m Northern Ireland Republic of...

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Ireland Scotland Wales England The United Kingdom Disadvantages > Culture - was forced on the colonists, while the original culture was banned and ignored Economies - The colonies' economie was failing because most of the profit of goods go directly back to Britain > Religion - The missionairies forced Christianality >Disease -Britain brought diseases to the colonies >Theft - The Empire just took the land and resources from the colonies, leading to the near extinction of many indigenious tribes > Slavery - African slaves were taken to America to be sold European union Formation of European Coal and steel Community 1951 Signing of Treaty of Rome, the founding document of the European Economic Community Three british politicians 1957 + Winston Churchill > * November 30 (1874) + January 24 (1965) > british statesmen, orator and prime minister (1940-45, 1950-55) > led Britain during World War 2 > political party: -> conservative (1900-1904, 1924-64) -> liberal (1904-1924) Current Situation in Europe Britain applies to join the EEC, De Gaulle blocks the application > Nobel prize for Liteature (1953) > accomplomished artist General ideas about the Eu Their opinion regarding the EU Britains role in a European Union 1961 > >origin of the most cultures/races Winston Churchill (1945) fountain of the Christian faith fairest and the most cultivated culture in the world >gain profit and happiness > being a commited part in the worldwide politics Robin 1972+73 British application to join accepted, Britain joins the EEC >* February 24 (1946) + August 6 (2005) > EU as a king of United States -> poutical power and international influence Euro notes and coins enter Circulation in 12 countries Cook > british labour party politician > member of the parliament for Livingston >responsible for achieving an agreement with the Iran 2002 >2003 ne stood up for ending military actions against Iraq > wrote many books Robin Cook (2001) >British history is european >Europe is where the domestic quality of life is L> wheter the issues: fight against organised crime and policy on asylum or stability > A union within their individuals, not a new identity → Saving of british ness" > Sharing the british assumption about now Society should be organised >gain political power 2009 The 2008 crash, eurozone crisis A raise in anti-Eu Prime Minister, David Cameron David Cameron 2013 > * October 9 (1966) > Prime Minister (2010-2016) > Member of Parliament for Witney (2001-2016), Leader of the conservative party (2005-2016) > identifies as one-nation conservative > intention to form a coalition government (cooperation between different political partys) > Supported gay marriage David Cameron (2013) > Europe is in the midst of a deep crisis >needs a lot of support from Britain > a better deal for everyone, not just for Britain > active and committed part Supportive towards the EU -> with the british sensibility (independend, forthright)` Remain or leve Arguments for remain the EU? > Foreign affairs - As a part of a community of 500 Million people, Britain has a greater influence over international matters > Security - A union better equips Britain to trackle threats to security (terrorism, cross-border crime) >Money-European buisnesses invest billion of pounds in the uk every year > Trade - Mempership provides access to the single market (easy movement of goods, services, people) > Buisness-Free trade reduces barriers and enables companies to grow >Jobs - Millions of british Jobs linked to the Eu could be put at risk >consumer goods- The average person in Britain Saves hundreds each year thanks to Lower prices of goods and services by the EU The Brexit Conservative win overall majority in uk election 2015 After Brexit 2017 Arguments for Leave > Foreign affairs- Continued EU membership would Limit Britain's international influence, ruling out an independent seat at the World Trade Organisation (WTO) Britain votes to leave by 51,9% New government under Theresa May > Sovereignty-Britain would have more control of its Laws and regulations > Security-Britain's domestic security could benefit from full border controls, which it would gain outside the EU >Trade-Membership of the EU keeps Britain from fully capitalising on trade with other major economies Such as Japan, India and the us Government trigger article 50, tells Britain will leave 2016 the EU in two years >Jobs - Improved global trade agreements and more selective immigration could have a positive effect on the british job market 2018 Transition period Starts Withdrawal deal agreed + 2020 2021 Transition period ends with a deal -> Brexit >Uk citizens now need a visa to go on holiday to the Eu > EU students wanting to study in the UK have to apply for a > EU Citizens already living in the UK have to check if they are transition period and apply for settled Status > Potential migrants wanting to work in the UK now need to collect points to be able to immigrate The uk accepts workers from > New blue passports will be > EU boats can still fish in the EU for Jobs with a shortage introduced by the UK in 2021 British waters for 5 years student visa eligible to stay after the Multiculturalism Chances › Cultural diversity enriches Britain > British Society becomes mixed, not segregated > Learn/Benefit from each other's cultures by exchanging traditions > Broaden your horizon, become more tolerant and open-minded > children learn to up open-minded grow > more possibilities for communication because of a Linguistic variety >enrichment for the economy Challenges >Fear that "Britishness" will eventually get lost and that the British become a minority in their own country > Discrimination and racism, segregation > Inequality between ethnic groups > Overpopulation because of to many immigrants > Ghetto ization, riots > linguistic barriers