The English are invariably ignored in constitutional matters, but we really are the nation to be consulted.
Whether or not Scotland bites the bullet and embraces separation from the security of union with England, it is suggested that serious consideration should be given to establishing a Celtic Confederation of Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland which might even be extended to include Ireland.
Such an arrangement might commend itself to the peoples of Wales and Northern Ireland in particular who otherwise would be too wary of attempting to striking out on their own. It would also have the advantage of relieving England and her people of much of the burden of having to prop up and subsidise those persistently grumbling communities.
Moreover, by investigating this possibility, the people of Wales may well discover how fraternal the people of Scotland actually are.
Remember, you first saw this novel constitutional suggestion here, a constitutional arrangement proposed on an English blog, a Team England idea which is imaginative and, unlike Scotland’s, inclusive!!