Alba / Scotland is one of the three Gaelic nations. Deprived of self-
government by the Act of Union in 1707, Scotland is progressing towards regaining its sovereignty with the re-establishment of the devolved Scottish
Breizh / Brittany was an independent nation until the marriage of Duchess Anne to the French King. This was to prevent the French from attacking and taking the country by force.
Cymru (Wales) is, along with Cornwall, the British fringe of the UK. Vestiges of the ancient British language that survives today as Cymraeg (Welsh) can be found throughout England and Scotland.
Éire (Ireland) remains divided. The 26 counties of the Republic have, much to the annoyance of English colonial detractors, prospered financially with independence but many social issues need to be addressed.
An Kesunyans Keltek Kernow (Cornwall) has been described as the least autonomous of the Celtic nations. It is wrongly termed as a county of England when it is actually a Duchy.
Mannin (the Isle of Man) claims over 1,000 years of self-government but history shows that the independence has been barely visible at times.