article The UK is a country with a very diverse population.
And, as the British Government has recently revealed, it’s not just the ethnic minority population that’s in a hurry to join the global economy.
The country’s biggest export is its regional identity.
This is not a new trend; the British government has been trying to export its brand of ‘localism’ to other countries for years.
But it’s now starting to come into direct conflict with the way the UK’s economy works.
And the problem isn’t just one of economic competitiveness, but also of its culture.
This article originally appeared on TechRadars blog.