There's no doubt where England stands but out of Scotland and Wales, which do you think is the most superior? Which is best for business and which has the better public services? Which looks nicer? Which is superior?
Not much of a competition here. Wales is barely a country, it has been under English control for 850 years and was only a unified country for about 150. Scotland was and remains a separate country in a joint sovereignty, though not independent. Wales also has 2 million fewer people than Scotland, and only one or two major cities.
In contrast, Edinburgh is the second biggest finance hub in Northern Europe after London, Aberdeen has its massive oil industry, and Glasgow is the third biggest city in the UK.
Scotland is famed for its national beauty, it attracts visitors from as far afield as Japan, America, even South Africa and China. English tourism is mostly to towns and cities.
Glasgow and Edinburgh are two of the easiest cities to get about in in Europe: Glasgow has perhaps Europe's most extensive urban light rail network. Our healthcare is second to none, all the more so considering prescriptions are free.