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Should Wales be an independent country?


wales is a nation to the West of England and, like England, is a part of the United Kingdom. Wales has it's own ancient language and culture. There is a tendency towards independence within Wales. Anything CAN happen, the question is; SHOULD it happen?

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Best Answer Lions Den Media says

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    Peter Freeman (iantoPF) 4 years ago

    Thank you for your answer and you make good points. Welsh Nationalists rarely get more than 10% support, hence "tendency" you express the mechanics of separation eloquently but the question of SHOULD still is unanswered.


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John Harper (aguasilver) says

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    Peter Freeman (iantoPF) 4 years ago

    Thank you Aquasilver; Good points, but isn't Cornwall, Yorkshire, Geordieland and Cumbria also different people groups? would your argument make them independent also?


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    Peter Freeman (iantoPF) 4 years ago

    People will kove to where the jobs are. Nothing to do with national preference. Ask the Pakistanis and Poles. Where would the greater opportunities lie?

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    Gypsy Willow 4 years ago

    Excellent video, maybe a tad long to keep the attention of people only mildly interested in the cause.

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