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The increasing doubt over Britain's EU membership could shift the odds in favour of the Scottish independence campaign.
From the Levellers to Orwell, from the Quakers to Tawney, radicals can take inspiration from a hugely impressive tradition of English social radicalism.
It is a sign of the health and maturity of civic Scottish nationalism that sport matters so much less to nationhood than it did a generation ago.
Adam Evans explore the extent of the intertwining of Englishness and Britishness following recent survey results that found that 70 per cent of English respondents opted for an English predominant ...
John Crace: In defending critics of immigration, the prime minister has also managed to patronise them
AS ANDY MURRAY won yet another agonising, interminable rally to break serve in the Wimbledon final on July 7th, a strangled cry rang out across Centre...
Martin Kettle: The English identity is much more complex and progressive than the saloon-bar Farageism it is too often depicted as
Vernon Bogdanor: This week the party's headache is Falkirk. But its long-term problems will be south of the border
A senior Labour MP calls for a referendum on English devolution, saying extensive powers should be given to local government to enable it to "run its own affairs".
Wayne David MP argues for extending Welsh devolution. This would strengthen the UK rather than weakening it by bringing decision-making closer to the people and ensuring that there are flexible str...
Andrew Gallix: A row over using English in universities has blown up in France, where language is at the heart of the national identity
Richard Morris: My time studying in the US south showed me the best and worst of Americans' belief in their superiority