They will all speak their Brit accents, which will be local to where they now or in the future live. They will be indiscernible mostly from the common folk there, except for occasional feast of golonka, kiełbasa and pierogi. Can your nation achieve that ever?
Zman - That is precisely the point I am making. You folks are of European descent and appearance-wise pretty much the same, so it is much easier for you to integrate, if you want to try. Its far more difficult for a person who comes from Asia, Africa, China, and where ever. Despite this fact, the English have put up with us, knowing full well that even if we intergrate perfectly, our appearance will always make us different. They have taken the difficult path, which other nations are not willing to take. Its taken years, and yes - great many of us have integrated - and yes - I have perfect English accent, and so do my children. This is my nation now. I left my country of origin precisely because it isn't what UK is. No, my country of origin cannot achieve what UK has achieved. Neither can Poland.
A piece of paper or a wee passport does not make one British/Polish/Irish/Whatever. You are not indigenous to europe. Ergo, you cannot claim to be part of any european nationality.
RevokeNice - That is your claim. You are probably an unreformed Pole. The British, as a nation, think otherwise. They say I am British, I say I am British, and so I am British. No doubt, enlightened poles in UK will have a different view from you. I have no qualms with Poles with a positive attitude. I can't ever imagine Poland as a nation doing that. That's why I am in UK, not Poland.
Being a person of European descent does not make all Europeans the same. There are differences that make each European nation distinct and very different from one another. Differences that caused WWI and WWII. So, while a Pole can get away looking pretty much the same as an Englishman (though even there, there are differences), Polish attitudes towards race and religion are a dead giveaway - much like our skin colour. One can be ethnically European, but It takes more than descent to be British. Its attitudes and outlook that counts, and one does not have to be ethnically European to be British, as the British nation have clearly demonstrated, a feat not achievable by Poland, or my country of origin. So, please follow their good example. I can be brown, and still be British. Yes - Yes I can. Wow.
A piece of paper, or more precisely, the EU Treaty, is what allowed so many Poles to come to UK and made all the difference in their lives. Yes - it is a piece of paper that says I am British. Pieces of paper can and do make all the difference in the world. UK is great. We all need a positive attitude towards one another here in UK.
RevokeNice - I am talking about having positive attitudes, that simply don't exist in our countries of origin. That includes Poland, Bangladesh and where ever. You are right - muslim people don't even treat one another right, let alone people of other races and religion and countries. And not all Europeans and christians of various denominations can stand one another either, let alone people from other continents.
But here in UK, everybody is treated well. This does not make UK pathetic. This is what makes UK great, and a shining example to all other nations about how mankind should live. It is setting an example for all other nations to see and wonder with awe.
I am not concerned about how things are not so good in the countries where we all come from. We all know that, which is why we left them in the first place. I am concerned about preserving what has been achieved in UK, and making it better for all.
Those few natives of UK who think this is all a mistake - you should think and reflect on what this nation is actually trying to achieve. It is actually trying to change mankind itself. Its a feat that no other nation is willing to try. It is a great nation that is at the forefront of civilization and all other nations. You should think, and reflect, and be proud, and come out of your shell and the little Englander attitude. UK is great.