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I love England. It's no coincidence it's the first place I moved to for a more cosmopolitan life, which is the only thing Iceland lacks.
O England! Model to thy inward greatness, like little body with a might heart.
When you arrive in England for football it's a paradise.
Love of England is very nearly the strongest emotion that I possess.
England is the first country that I've had a no. 1 album in, so it is now officially my home away from home.
A country of long shadows on county cricket grounds, warm beer, green suburbs, dog lovers, and old maids cycling to holy communion through the morning mist.
I have an English family and I've lived in England for years.
I adore Britain! It's my favourite country; I love their eccentricity. I find Britain so inspiring.
There's a lot of good things about England, but I don't want to tell you too many of them.
Heaven take my soul, and England keep my bones!
Shropshire, the fatlands of Gloucestershire,
England is a nation of shopkeepers.
I love the U.K. It's so different over there from America, you know, the culture and stuff. It's pretty awesome.
Wherever on this planet ideals of personal freedom and dignity apply, there you will find the cultural inheritance of England.
England is a memory now. The gates are flooded and anybody can have access to England and join in.
the Isle of Wight, with occasional visits to
England offers new comforts. I could write a novel there.
So many of my thoughts and feelings are shared by the English that England has turned into a second native land of the mind for me.
What fools American can be for England
British. My mother
England always seems to me like a man swimming with his clothes on his head.
England is my wife, America my mistress. It is very good sometimes to get away from one's wife.
I'm English and love England. Whenever I'm there, I'm always seeing the present but feeling its past.
Be England what she will, with all her faults she is my country still.
England, bound in with the triumphant sea,
Whose rocky shore beats back the envious siege
Of watery Neptune.
England still will be here without you.
England produces the best fat actors.
Old England is our home, and Englishmen are we; Our tongue is known in every clime, our flag in every sea.
England is merely an island of beef swimming in a warm gulf stream of gravy.
England's a nice place if you're rich, but otherwise it's a fucking swamp of prejudice, class confusion, the whole thing.
Scotland: That garret of the earth - that knuckle-end of England - that land of Calvin, oatcakes, and sulfur.
I just love being in the U.K.
Boy, the things I do for England.
England produces under favorable conditions of ease and culture the finest women in the world. And, as the men are affectionate and true-hearted, the women inspire and refine them.
England is unrivalled for two things - sport and politics.
I don't have a deep link with England like, say, Jonathan Coe or Hanif Kureishi might demonstrate. For me, it is like a mythical place.
I knew I was in England by the smell.
There are lots of beautiful areas in England, and I am lucky enough to live in a stunning part of a very beautiful area.
I'm an Englishman. What more can I say?
Oh, to be in England, now that England's gone. This World Service, this little bakelite gateway into the world of Sidney Box, Charters and Caldecott, Mazawattee tea, Kennedy's Latin Primer and dark, glistening streets. An
They'll always be an England, even if it's in Hollywood.
It's what I imagined England would look like.
I love filming in Britain.
Britain, the best of islands, is situated in the Western Ocean, between France and Ireland.
England is the paradise of women, the purgatory of men, and the hell of horses.
England gave me a language and literature, the basis of what I am as a writer, but when I started writing more directly about my own experience, it wasn't England so much as what went before.
Oh England is a pleasant place for them that's rich and high,
But England is a cruel place for such poor folks as I
I have made almost as many films in England as I have in America. I will come back to England again and again.
Through my youth, there was imposed on us a culture relentlessly English. English books were all you could buy; English television filled our screens, and in consequence, England seemed to matter in a way that our world didn't.
I love the British.
And there is London!
England's heart and soul. By the proud flowing of her famous Thames, She circulates through countless lands and isles Her greatness; gloriously she rules, At once the awe and sceptre of the world.
The fact is that I loved being in England.
If I should die, think only this of me:
That there's some corner of a foreign field
That is for ever England.
I've got to be honest, and I'm not just saying this because the majority of you reading this live there, but I love the United Kingdom. I just flat-out love it.
Poor Wales. So far from Heaven, so close to England.
If I had the choice I would live in London. There are a few things I don't like about England but its just details, I don't really think about them but I really like England and I really like London.
I begin to suspect that England is the most melancholy country in the world.
I regard England as my wife and America as my mistress.
I really like England. I like the lifestyle and the country. The history. The culture, which London is full of. The country pursuits.
English? Who needs to spend time learning that? I'm never going to England!
I'm not a Little Englander. Historically, British people have always been travellers. I look in the world as one place. You have to think in a global sense. Cinema is a global endeavour. My roots are in England but my endeavours are worldwide.
I'm curious to see what happens in England because in all this madness I think I can always go home to England and it'll all turn off.
England's always expecting. No wonder they call her the Mother Country
When I picture England, I picture little gardens and beautiful yards. I don't really like cities; I like to go and see things like that.
Where the hell is Australia anyway?
England is my home, but Australia is my land and my country. This is where my heart is and where my family are. Australia will always be there, but I've made the decision to live here.
But we are the people of England; and we have not spoken yet. Smile at us, pay us, pass us. But do not quite forget.
I am British. I love Britain for all its faults and all its virtues. My husband is American and I am largely based in Los Angeles, but whenever someone asks me where home is, I automatically say 'London.'
We call it Albion. It is the English-speaking world. The one where they kill babies in the womb, right? And here I was hoping we'd be famous for the Moonshot, or democracy, or the Beatles, or something.
I love England. In fact, they're getting to know me so well at Heathrow Immigration that this time I was able to completely bypass the six months rabies quarantine.
Wherever wood can swim, there I am sure to find this flag of England.
As I absorbed life here and understood it better, I just completely fell in love with England.
There is no second country for an Englishman, except a ship and the sea.
The Church in England is the Church of England.
Britain has nurtured me and made me able to make movies that have travelled round the world.
Every Anglophile has his own private England which is, of course, unrecognizable to the English.
Why don't you come with me?"
"Why? Where are you going?"
"Home. I've had enough. I hate England."
"Hate England?" It was too much to grasp, with a head full of searing headache.
Home will always be London. There's something unique about the British. It's about cheekiness.
I would love to spend more time in Britain one day. In my heart, I still feel that I'm English, and when I think of home, I think of England.
The land of embarrassment and breakfast.
I know that England changed me. I became a little bit colder, a little different.
Both my parents are English and I was born in West Africa, and I moved around as a kid, lived in Bristol, lived in Buckinghamshire and Surrey as a kid, and then moved when I was 16.
How can you lie there and think of England when you don't even know who's in the team?
I come from south Wales. A place called Aberbargoed.
In a world where England is finished and dead: I do not wish to live.
Germany, the diseased world's bathhouse.
In England, people don't like me.
My mind may be American but my heart is British.
England is the most class-ridden country under the sun. It is a land of snobbery and privilege, ruled largely by the old and silly.
My roots are still in Britain, that's where I live, that's the place where I come from.
I miss a lot about England when I'm working away, even the slate grey skies.
I didn't like England. I couldn't take the look of the place or the style of friendship. I need more intimacy from people than is considered okay there, and I felt that my personality and my enthusiasms weren't understood. I had to put a big lid on myself.
England and Denmark have a sense of irony and a darker sense of humour that you don't necessarily find in Germany and Sweden.
Britain, and my hometown, will always be with me wherever I go and whatever I do - but I prefer to live in California.
I discovered freedom for the first time in England.
Who knows but that England may revive in New South Wales when it has sunk in Europe.
British teams bring me good luck.
I was brought up in Britain, and I'm very proud of my Britishness and my culture.
I like England more than I did when I left. It's become a bit of a better country in the last ten years, in the attitude of it. A bit more Americanized, which is both good and bad. At least when you order a cup of coffee they don't give you a hard time.
London, ... like a bowl of viscid human fluid, boils sullenly over the rim of its encircling hills and slops messily into the home counties.