Which UK country's landmass will make better enclave living space for indigenous Britons?
I reckon Wales because Scotland's terrain is too mountainous and uneven and Northern Ireland is too small.
If you want to live with the Welsh go right ahead, but don't forget in North Wales they used to stand on the hills cheering when Liverpool was being bombed during the war, so good luck to you.
I think you'd be happy on Rockall, it could do with a permanent inhabitant to keep territorial rights open.
I'm sure the Welsh would love an invasion of foreigners. They have got a bit of a record for burning invaders' cottages you know.
I bet you don't even get the irony of what you are advocating.
We've enough of your type here already.
SD - If you ever bought a house in Wales,I would personally set fire to it with you inside.Fe fi fo fum,I smell a burning englishman.
If you come anywhere near Scotland, i will turn you into a haggis
Actually true story; i once spent 2 years in Wales as a kid, when i first arrived they bullied me a bit for being English, when i informed them i was Scottish they left me alone so: good luck SD
How about Holy island. Just you, you and yourself.
How about Stac Lee ??
Definitely no black people to upset you. or whit people just selfish noisy foul smelling animals.
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