When the UK decided to leave the EU, it was an extremely emotional time for the nation.
It was the result of a long-running legal dispute, which is why it took so long for the UK to leave.
What was once a very British country was now a place where the borders were drawn, where a whole host of laws were enacted, and where immigration was so restricted.
The UK was once home to more than 80% of the world’s population.
It has always been a very cosmopolitan country, and there was little sign of the country going back to being primarily a British one.
What the UK has done to become more cosmopolitan is to have changed its laws and its culture.
This has resulted in a vast migration of people, many of whom have never been to the UK before.
But what about the country’s borders?
How did this happen?
In this article, we explore the story of Britain’s changing borders and what it means for people living in the UK.