To: GuyD73. What’s wrong with promoting … One Britain, One Nation? Isn’t that what everyone should be striving for? You might not encourage your children to strive for it, but I certainly would - & perhaps your children might like to choose themselves as to whether they sing it or not. The lyrics might be naff – but we unquestionably don’t have a One Britain, One Nation now in the UK. With the country a patchwork of ethnic ghettoes, in which many believe in their culture only, & some making no effort at all to integrate, it’s at least a start to achieving the goal of unity (even though it’s doubtful it will succeed). As the Sikh campaign originator says ‘…. We need to create a spirit of oneness and togetherness, to showcase that we’re all one people of this country regardless of where you’re from.” So true. What could be more admirable than that? There needs to be a new national anthem – along similar lines. What we have at the moment is an antiquated paean to a 95 year old woman who should have retired decades ago (but, hey, it’s only the enlightened European monarchs who do that). It’s no wonder fewer & fewer people sing it. I definitely support the concept of a One Britain Nation ….. but, sadly, I doubt it will ever be achieved.