Kate Andrews writes for City AM
One of the greatest threats we face today is this idea that cultural collision results in negative outcomes. The reality is the very opposite. Immigration and assimilation are key ingredients for creating vibrant communities.
Back to the US and UK: the “special relationship” is not just some phrase to be bandied about. It has proven itself meaningful, as two great countries with the same commitments to human rights, democracy, and liberalism have stood by each other’s side, time and time again, in the face of far more sinister ideologies around the world.
The American President travels across the pond next week, to speak to the Prime Minister about a host of issues, including a potential for a free trade agreement between the US and the UK post-Brexit. Given the controversial nature of the current President, his visit is guaranteed to result in protest and pushback, in London especially.
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