This is actually a pleasingly non-pozzed article, no diversity to be seen at all, but they just had to inject it with Brexit bollocks:
"famous timeless treasures" have remained a constant "amid all the confusion" of "Brexit uncertainties"
Like why the fuck wouldn't they? They are talking about castles and cathedrals that have existed for hundreds, and in some cases over 1000 years. What the fuck does any of that have to do with Brexit?
And probably, 99.9% of what they love about Britain (and everyone else) is quickly being destroyed by mass migration, but let's not dwell on that because it's awkward.
England? Scotland is nicer.