Why does this vaguely remind me of the House of Commons?
England is such an ancient country and so full of fascinating and distinctly unique customs and manners - as well as a rich and eventful history that has chiseled the shape of the entire globe in so many ways.
That is one reason why I value Europe so much as a whole. It is so diverse in culture and identity, and yet is capable of working very closely together without losing very much of that uniqueness.
Personally, I think Brexit is becoming an overly- complicated concept. The UK is big enough and resourceful enough to continue its journey successfully whether it is part of the EU or outside of it. Not all European countries belong to the EU, but we all want the same things, whether we are EU or not - identity, a degree of self-control, stability, security, trade relations, economic growth and friendly and trustful relations with each other.
We just need to mutually agree how we want to achieve these goals - how can that be so difficult?