Good name though.Oh yes, it was basically just Benn proposing a list of things he would like and are therefore the only logical and sane choices on the matter, seconded by Corbyn of course. It's the private member bill equivalent of a BR post.
I'm not saying Republic would see a spike in support in spite of their incompetence if they were to change their name to Commonwealth, butGood name though.
I think abolishing the monarchy would be slightly more tolerable if we went for Commonwealth rather than boring old "Republic of".
Oh, I see, I'm ashamed to admit I didn't know that.No - Commonwealthsmen was literally the term used at the time for that faction. The thing you're describing was literally OTL.
Also, I would love to see NWA ISOTed to the 1650s.
That's because the Loyalists that relocated to the Maritimes insisted they be in their own colony because they surmised that Nova Scotia was way too Yankee for their liking (hence the formation of New Brunswick). Nova Scotia itself would probably be divided considering the heavy settlement by New Englanders along the South Shore and all that (which of course influenced the local culture to some degree), even if the huge British presence at Halifax acts as a moderating influence. Nova Scotia therefore would be a tossup.Nova Scotia is a little more interesting. Unlike Upper Canada, it didn’t see large amounts of immigration by non-Loyalist Americans post-ARW, so this firm loyalist sentiment means it may try to retain its loyalties to the king in Hanover. If any royalist mutinies occur, some ships may dock in Halifax, giving it some form of defence against the republic. You may see a war between Nova Scotia and the republic.