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    (Original post by Che_91)
    You my friend are a moron. Britain doesn't have a capital city, the United Kingdom does.
    Britain may refer to: United Kingdom of Great Britain & Northern Ireland
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    I imagine it would be Manchester.
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    (Original post by EggmanD)
    Bristol.

    Its better than any other city in the UK including Dublin, Newcastle and Brighton..which are the only 3 cities in the UK im not embarrassed to say i like and London is stupidly over rated.
    Oh dear...
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    Edinburgh.
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    Just throwing this in there, you know, to mix it up a little...

    Blackpool?

    :teehee:
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    Manchester?
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    Birmingham.
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    I can see the Royal's living in Burridge.
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    If London was destroyed, London would be rebuilt and would remain the capital. Its fairly safe to say this seeing as it already happened in 1666.
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    (Original post by Blue Rose Bowl)
    Loads more I cba to post, an amazing city.
    Great, but England needs a new capital too, and there's no way that the capital of the UK is going to move out of England in the long-term.
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    We are all darting around it, but the real solution is staring us in the face: Slough
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    (Original post by Omg!Rly?)
    Didn't know LONDON was capital of BRITAIN

    In that case you learn something new everyday. I'm sorry to report this as your England hating heart may be crushed, but

    LONDON is the capital of THE UNITED KINGDOM OF GREAT BRITAIN AND NORTHERN IRELAND
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    Exeter , let's go down south
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    Oxford, historical seat of government during the civil war, makes sense as its relatively central and historical.
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    Well isn't Birmingham known as England's second capital anyway?
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    Birmingham
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    A little town in the west of Scotland called Kilbirnie
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    New London. London rebuilt
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    Lol not Birmingham. Even though i'm a Brummie it isn't the type of place that i would like to see as the Capital city of my country. Apart from its size, it's not really got anything which would make it worthy of being a capital imo. Culturally void, just a general hole tbh. I'd say Manchester, at least it's got an identity and is known for something. But i think somewhere like York would be nice, or Oxford or Cambridge.
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    (Original post by naomidawn)
    *England's
    London is the capital city of Great Britain.
 
 
 
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