A Good post from the Campaign for an English Parliament website.
Speaking at the Great Briton Awards David Cameron demonstrates our shared Britishness in a sporting context:
There's proof of this in a sporting context…
…the public support for a British football team at the 2012 Olympics, and the huge enthusiasm in every corner of the land for the Ashes triumph over the Australians.
Look too at the seamless transition from Henman Hill to Murray Mound.
Over the course of a fortnight, an English enclave became a Scottish outpost with no discernible change of personnel or flags…
…because they were British, not English or Scottish.
....said Cameron wiping white powder from his upper lip. I'm sorry, but if this guy thinks there is huge support for a British football team then he is high as a lark.