I'm starting to tire of this kind of crap from Wales:
Melding’s analysis starts by focusing on the history of the Welsh identity and its political manifestation. Beginning by examining the idea of Welshness under Roman and Norman political control in England, he concludes that the ascension of the Tudors to the English crown did far less for this country than the printing of the Bible in Welsh.
There wasn't an England when the Romans were in Britain.
It's really time that Wales was left to face a few realities.
Like survival alone or as an EU region.
Either way, Wales would be free of England, free of having England to blame for everything, right from the year dot, when England did not even exist (and Wales did not exist in Roman times, either!).
And those Welsh who fancied it could continue to indulge their racist ancient white tribe myth.
And we wouldn't have to put up with it.