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Nomination of White Student Unions for deletion
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added 'or from' to define English, either by birth, ancestry or growth environment
In regards to defining someone as English, it notes someone who is 'native', would this include people of English hertiage/ancestry as the defintion of 'native' only seems to allude individuals who were born there, not the former? If so then leave it as 'native'. It should also be noted that the article for 'Welsh People', in addition to 'natives' also includes 'otherwise associated with Wales'. 126.96.36.199 (talk) 19:19, 25 July 2017 (UTC)20:18, 25th July 2017
- Native would include ancestry in common use I think, but the place for this (and for seeking consistency between pages) is the talk page of the article concerned. You can open a discussion on one and post a link to the talk pages of the others to get interested editors engaged. ----Snowded TALK 05:10, 26 July 2017 (UTC)
Scotland & England
Either all should mention the PM (under the 'UK' header), or should not.
- Remove from Wales and Northern Ireland then, none of the four countries has a Prime Minister ----Snowded TALK 16:15, 27 July 2017 (UTC)
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Reactivation of WikiProject Objectivism
I am reactivating WikiProject Objectivism. You are currently listed as a participant of the project. I am going to purge the list. If you would still like to be on the list, please comment below on whether or not you would like to be on the list. I will wait two weeks and update the list on August 22nd.
- I'm not TallNapoleon ----Snowded TALK 20:38, 8 August 2017 (UTC)