>>12577>the UK keeps losing its territory
Genuinely curious what you're referring to here. The lost time we lost a territory was Hong Kong in 1997.>international influence
Pretty much the same as it has been for the last 20-30 years.>economic power
5th largest economy in the world according to IMF, world bank and UN.>military superiority
While the upper management of our forces has become too politically involved (just like our police) our military is still fairly capable. Just got two new supercarriers. At least some of our new F35s should be in operation by the end of the year. We're getting new nuclear armed subs within the next 10-15 years.
We're still one of only a handful of nations with nukes.
Could be worse.>their identity and their dignity
True to an extent, but you could say that about any Western country. It's certainly worse in countries like Germany and recent events such as Brexit and the World Cup has helped foster a sort of resurgence of national pride, however small.