A new MORI poll about identities shows Britishness seems to be doing fine in its three constituent parts of Great Britain:
81% in England felt a strong sense of belonging to Britain, compared with 87% in Wales and with 70% in Scotland and its worth noting that, that for all the focus on the role on the Union in Scotland, 71% in London felt a strong sense of belonging to Britain, virtually the same percentage as in Scotland.
The regional identifications were stronger but the poll seems to indicate that the vast majority have no difficulty with multiple overlapping identities:
* 82% in England felt a strong sense of belonging to England
* 91%% in Scotland felt a strong sense of belonging to Scotland
* 95% in Wales felt a strong sense of belonging to Wales
PS I am away for the day so apologies to anyone I have been debating with on other threads it will be this evening before I can respond.