Northumbrian Independence Party

Kingdom_of_Northumbria_in_AD_802When the Scots get their independence and England no longer has to subsidize them, the Scots south of the border are then in an interesting position.  

They’re then foreigners along with the Romanians, Poles, Nigerians, Asians etc.

Take a Scot who’s been here all his life, he’s paid into the national coffers, he even speaks close to passable English and he sees himself as British.   What does he think of all this?

And when those north of the border in their wild animal luxury discover the EU is bankrupt and no more dole money will be forthcoming, what will they do?   March south?

And what of Kernow and Wales?   Will giant walls be built along the Tamar and through Monmouthshire?

Also, will a new wall be built from just south of Gretna to north of Berwick?

Flag_of_NorthumbriaAnd while we’re there, will a wall instead be built around Northumbria?

Naturally, the Scots will have to cede Edinburgh and it becomes the Northumbrian Tattoo, Lothian is within the kingdom and all’s well with the world.

9 comments for “Northumbrian Independence Party

  1. Amfortas
    May 17, 2013 at 16:58

    I am not too keen on that flag. Maybe a bottle of Newcastle Brown through the model of the Sydney Harbour Bridge would be more recognisable. Let’s just hope they don’t invade Cumbria to steal their water.

  2. May 17, 2013 at 17:09

    Not going to bite, James. Indulge your dream whilst mine becomes a reality.


  3. May 17, 2013 at 17:16

    Amfortas – no, Cumbria can have its water. How about the tartan though?

    Calum – I’d like your opinion on the music at 18:00.

  4. May 17, 2013 at 17:39

    Don’t need to hear it. It’s crap!!!!!!! 🙂

    I’ll check in at some time tonight and let you know.


  5. May 17, 2013 at 17:48

    Having lived for many years in Cornwall, I can assure you that the wall there already exists; it’s just that foreigners* can’t see it.

    *ie the English and anyone else who has the misfortune not to be Cornish.

    (By way of illustration, when a friend married a Cornishman, they spent their honeymoon at Land’s End because he had never been east of the Tamar – or ‘abroad’, as he called it – and saw no reason why that should change.)

  6. ivan
    May 17, 2013 at 18:21

    Who had the idea of pinching the Catalan flag?

  7. May 17, 2013 at 18:59

    Meant to be gold and purple in vertical stripes. The Catalan flag is:

    Problem was the Percys who confused the issue and brought red and gold into it. They themselves were blue and gold. But the colours recorded by Bede were alternate purple and gold vertical stripes [eight in all].

    Northumberland was a later Norman invention, meant to split Northumbria as a kingdom. Harrying of the north. Hence I’ll not recognize Northumberland as an entity, much less their bastardization of the Bernician colours. Deira had no major issues with Bernicia and the nice part was that it included Berwickshire and East Lothian – nice part of the world. Scots don’t need it.


  8. May 17, 2013 at 20:33

    Giant walls – YES!

    • john harkness
      November 21, 2019 at 15:17

      Lothian and Berwickshire is part of Scotland not England and will always be part of Scotland so bog of anglo

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