Is there value in having/attempting to preserve a country's national identity?
Is it inherently xenophobic to want your country to retain certain aspects that are distinctive about it?
Is multiculturalism always a positive thing or does it lead to a watered down/facsimile version of all the contributing cultures in the 'melting pot'? Does it exist at the expense of people's sense of where they belong?
or is the very concept of 'national identity' fallacious to begin with? britain, like everywhere, has changed its racial makeup/language/religion/traditions many times throughout history - is the modern world any different?
is it all political correctness gone mad?