There seems to be an awful lot of bitterness here which is rather sad from the intention of the OP. Of course there are ways that Britain can change and improve, in fact to an extent it is one of the good things that we can see that and aren't prone to gung-ho nationalism imagining that we are already the best and can rest on our collective laurels. Despite the prevalence of grass-is-greener-syndrome: Britain is one of the less racist countries in the world, we aren't perfect and there are those who let the side down, but relative to some we are a shining example. Britain is accepting of diversity, we accept the religion, sexuality and lifestyles of others as long as they don't start to get evangelical about them and keep it to themselves. We don't allow religion to dictate how people live their daily lives, we are all living in the here and now and a set of Chinese whisper rules written down from the Bronze Age onwards is out of date to say the least. We are generally polite and respect others in public settings, maybe some think that behind the smiling face is seething rage and hatred, but I think this says more about them. I may reach mild annoyance while smiling but it doesn't get any more than that. Our bureaucracy and authorities are generally pragmatic, compared to many places it is remarkably easy to get things done and doesn't involve greasing any palms. Humour - everyone (almost) has a sense of humour, I like that a lot. History- it is everywhere. Green - it's a green place, often very green, very green indeed. A clement climate, the most extreme events are rare, regional, short lived and wouldn't even register in the top ten of what many places on earth get. That'll do for now, I expect there will be lots of Yebbut's.