By Jan Rogers
For Americans it was a minor happening, but for those of us born in the British Isles, the possible secession of Scotland was a big deal. I’m Welsh and English. Wales is a small nation that is part of the UK. Unlike Scotland where Gaelic is seldom heard, Wales has its own commonly spoken language, street signs are bilingual so that the moment you pass the sign that says Croeso y Cymru, you realize you’re not in England any more. There is a strong sense of nationality.
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