"It’s quite hard to be enthusiastic about a nationalism that didn’t exist when you were young," writes
"There is very little logic to a purely English nationalism once you get beyond the Tudor era," writes
"Like it or not, our past of continuous trade, conquest and openness to immigration makes the whole English nationalism project difficult to sell," writes
There's no point to English nationalism - apart from in football, says
The next episode of #Confessions, featuring , is out Monday; in the meantime, read what Paul has to say about his national identity
"Like it or not, our past of continuous trade, conquest and openness to immigration makes the whole English nationalism project difficult to sell," writes
Is having a distinctly English identity still a thing?
How can we make sense of what it means to be 'English'? has an idea
"Beyond football I cannot see the point of English nationalism," says
Do we need to recognise England as a confederation of regions?
The latest in our #SlayingDragons series - argues we need to leave English nationalism behind