English people

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Noun1.English people - the people of England
nation, country, land - the people who live in a nation or country; "a statement that sums up the nation's mood"; "the news was announced to the nation"; "the whole country worshipped him"
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Brexit and the crisis of English identity) illustrates our future with a disturbing geographical map.
For Protestants, the idea of having a Catholic sit on the throne was seen as a rejection of English identity. For Catholics, having a Catholic on the throne felt like a restoration of English identity.
In the book's foreword, Ed Smith, current head of the national team's selectors, says, "Cricket is uniquely bound up with English identity, in all its complexity and subtlety.
When will people realise This Royalist sentiment is just Great Britain flag waving and Great Britain generally means promoting English identity at the expense of the Welsh, Irish and Scottish.
Roberts spent several months in a mobile home, traveling across the country to investigate the relationship between the scenery, leisure activities, and English identity. He saw all three as complementary.
Liam Byrne, MP for Hodge Hill, and Shabana Mahmood, MP for Ladywood, are founder members of a new campaign to encourage the Labour Party to embrace English identity.
Designer and CEO Christopher Bailey dipped into the Henry Moore Foundation archive, fusing the late artist's surrealist works with Burberry's quintessentially English identity. The results, as in this wing-collar shirt, prove the unlikely pair a winning combination.
John Denham is Professor of English Identity and Politics, and Director of the Centre for English Identity and Politics at the University of Winchester.
What we need is to get our English identity back and this could be the most important appointment for years.
The Livingston boss last night issued an apology to the Ibrox club and Oduwa after launching a defence of midfielder Kieran Gibbons based on Turn to Page 68 From Back Page his Scottish nationality and his rival's English identity. Gibbons has been widely criticised for a tackle on Oduwa after just 12 seconds of the Petrofac Cup quarter-final at Ibrox.
LABOUR must be proud of England and English identity, according to Birmingham politicians who have been asking how the party can go back to winning elections.