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In a lot of your posts you randomly highlight that you are "half-English" like it deserves a standing ovation from the TSR audience or one of those gold star stickers we had in Nursery for good behaviour. Definitely some form of superiority complex.
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(Original post by Rakas21)
Losing land, territory, resources, people plus the psychological impact. It would be like losing a finger. You can live without it but you'll always feel something is missing.

Not to mention that we are one nation despite what separatists like to think.
Would losing land and terroritory and some resources really affect England to a significant degree? England should be its own country we could make our own decisions and we would grow as an independent country
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(Original post by SavageRyan)
We would only lose like 8 million people but yh sure for some people it might feel like a blow

But do we actually need Scotland and Wales and Northern island even
I don't think we need them a lot of them certainly think they dont need us
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(Original post by Mixedraceguy)
Seriously?
Yes. I can't think of any negative to leaving the UK that would outweigh the benefit of being able to ditch the embarassingly dreary 'God Save The Queen' for 'Jerusalem'. We currently have the worst national anthem in the the known universe. We could have the best, or the best next to Ethiopia's at least.
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We would probably save a fortune getting rid of all those parasitic nations.
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(Original post by Clair De Lune)
In a lot of your posts you randomly highlight that you are "half-English" like it deserves a standing ovation from the TSR audience or one of those gold star stickers we had in Nursery for good behaviour. Definitely some form of superiority complex.
This thread is about England though and he's English so it's his country its relevant I think
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(Original post by username5153062)
In a lot of your posts you randomly highlight that you are "half-English" like it deserves a standing ovation from the TSR audience or one of those gold star stickers we had in Nursery for good behaviour. Definitely some form of superiority complex.
Just means I'm English so I'm from this country and I live in this country that doesn't make me any better than tsr users who aren't English. In this thread I stated that I'm English as I'm talking about my country and whether we should leave the UK
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And for the Conservative and Unionist Party to disband?
Do you think the conservatives would be in favour of England leaving UK?
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We would probably save a fortune getting rid of all those parasitic nations.
We don't need them do we?
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We don't need them do we?
Not that I'm aware of, although we would need to find a new port for our nuclear subs.
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(Original post by Rakas21)
As a Scottish born man who has lived in Yorkshire since the age of 2 I consider our great United Kingdom to be my country, not just one part of it.

On the basis that I consider separatism to be tantamount to treason I naturally oppose the idea as do millions of our fellow people.
Pure barry!!
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Do you think the conservatives would be in favour of England leaving UK?
The Conservative and Unionists?

No idea really. I suspect not in a straight ballot. The non-England membership would be heavily against, membership near the borders would too. Home Counties membership would fear the effects on sterling, the markets and a resurrection of disrest in the British Isles. If offered a tax cut they may well go fr t though.
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What do you think? londonmyst
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