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If London was destroyed, which city should be Britain's new capital? watch

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    (Original post by Chimaira)
    The capital of whichever *******s' country destroyed it.
    So we can destroy their city? If so, I'm in!

    Like the others have said, I'd go with Birmingham.
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    Newport!


    A serious answer would be Manchester.
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    Obviously the city in which i am typing this in. Multicultural so it reflects the England of today and it's just a generally important city.

    Bristol?

    Wtf?
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    Leeds.

    It's the second most important financial and commercial hub in the UK, even ahead of Edinburgh, and it's quite central relative to other major urban areas.

    Perhaps Bristol, Birmingham or Manchester for their size. Leicester is tiny compared to most other cities but it's bang in the middle of England - so . . . you know
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    Leeds :yes: xx
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    (Original post by davidmarsh01)
    Well it is. Moron.
    You my friend are a moron. Britain doesn't have a capital city, the United Kingdom does.
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    Create a planned capital city like Brasilia,Ottawa or Canberra.
    Move government offices to a variety of cities (tresuary - Leeds) (environment - bristol) (home office n immigration - Birmingham) (foreign office - Liverpool etc etc) during the build. Then create a planned city somewhere more central.... I'm taking it that heathrow is destroyed to??
    I'd build between Oxford and Milton Keynes...
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    Manchester.
    Or maybe York.

    I think, anyway.
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    Birmingham or.....Hull
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    York would be rad. It's kinda tiny though.
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    Wolverhampton - it's the clear choice.
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    Little Piddle
    (real place btw)
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    For your sporting needs,






    not to mention loads of places to take part in sport yourself ( White water rafting centre, Cardiff International Swimming Pool, Cardiff Ice Hockey stadium ( a new one is being planned)




    The new houses of parliament?



    For the cultured.




    For the women , a brand new giant shopping centre with the 2nd biggest John Lewis in the country .( it's only recently opened so not many photos on Google)



    An amazing park right in the city centre



    Even a freaking castle in the city centre again!

    Loads more I cba to post, an amazing city.
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    Well seen as though Yorkshire is the king of all countys, it would have to be York.

    Or Huddersfield?
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    Birmingham
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    (Original post by 786girl)
    So that is bradford I guess.
    Absolute lol
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    Slough is surely a worthy contender? The stony, industrialized gem of Berkshire, it would be a great symbol of hope and glory.
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    (Original post by WhereIsMyMind)
    Bristol.
    AGREED.
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    London won't really be destroyed, it will rise out of the ashes phoenix like, ebuilent and majestic as ever.

    U mirin eloquence, brah?
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    (Original post by The Devil)
    Dublin isn't in the UK
    I don't believe OP said the UK.

    It's understandable that someone could take Britain as the British Isles not Great Britain.

    Anyway, in time London would be rebuilt like after the great fire and the blitz.
 
 
 
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