After an all-nighter watching the EU referendum result, the UK headed for Brexit. Many voters cited the economy, security, sovereignty, and even immigration failures as reasons for their decisions.
Migration and assimilation or the lack thereof in English immigration may have come to a head with Brexit. When nations struggle, families also struggle, and last night’s vote is evidence of that struggle in Great Britain. Some UK families are finding themselves at odds with each other, according to the UK Guardian.
Indeed, The Challenges of Family Law and Policy in Immigration Regulation may account for some of the outcome. Family restoration should somehow be a part of the Brexit result.