I have some sympathy with Tony Blair's former aid de camp, John McTernan, when he complains about the influence of Presbyterians on British Politics. Deputy Welsh FM, Ieuan Wyn Jones was raised in a Presbyterian manse, as was Northern Irish FM Ian Paisley and Union PM Gordon Brown - the Presies do seem to have a lot of influence in these Islands. But these three don't seem to make up a cohesive "narrow" force somehow!
Like Mr McTernan I too dislike "narrow" nationalism.
A quick flick through my blogroll proves that Cornish, English, Scottish and Welsh nationalist are far from being a single narrow group. Alan, Bethan, Charlie, Dick, Gethin, Gareth, McNumpty, Ordo, Tartan Hero, Tommy and many others show how broad an inter-faith community (as Adam would say) the nationalist cause is.
On the other hand the UKainian nationalists do seem to have a very narrow view. A narrow nationalism that I join Mr McTernan in condemning.