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Football has helped us to define a positive vision of an England we would like to build and share, writes Sunder Katwala.

We have found an England we can all share – but identity debates can’t be confined to football alone

England's footballers have offered an Englishness that we can all share - but debates on national identity must continue once football comes home.

This is England’s most diverse World Cup squad ever (and no-one’s noticed)

This is most diverse England World Cup team ever, and no-one's noticed. What does that tell us about attitudes to race?

As Southgate speaks up for England – why don’t we celebrate Englishness more?

As Gareth Southgate's young England footballers progress in the World Cup, is it time we English got the flags out and celebrated our national identity a bit more?

MPs say ‘Fly the flag and support our Lionesses!’

MPs from across parliament have joined forces to support new calls to get the England flag flying this week in support of England’s women footballers.

Let’s fly the flag for England’s Lionesses

England's women footballers can make the nation proud this summer, writes Charlotte Richardson. Let's all wave our flags for the Lionesses.

Could football be coming home?

Mike Hough reports for #WeAreAllEngland from the Euro 2016 Fanzone in Paris

#WeAreAllEngland – in France!

Mike Hough of British Future reports from Euro 2016 in France where he has been flying the flag for the #WeAreAllEngland campaign

The UK at Euro 2016 – it’s not All England

The UK has three team competing at Euro 2016 - Steve Ballinger looks at why the #WeAreAllEngland campaign is focused on the English

Referendum truce breaks out for England’s Euro 2016 kick-off!

Pictures: A referendum truce appeared to break out for Euro 2016 as two people looking *remarkably* like Boris and the PM took their England flag out on the streets

Support #WeAreAllEngland and win an England shirt signed by Geoff Hurst!

Show your support for England at Euro 2016 this summer and with #WeAreAllEngland and win an England shirt signed by World Cup legend Sir Geoff Hurst!

Viv Anderson: The Man Who Changed the Face of English Football

Viv Anderson, the first black footballer to play for the England national team, was a pioneer who helped change perceptions of race in British society, writes Sathesh Alagappan.

This is the most diverse England squad ever – and no-one cares

Football fans will ask many questions about the England Euro 2016 squad announced today. But will anyone be counting up the non-white faces in the team? Unlikely

Euro 2016, VIDEO: Blackburn kids show that #WeAreAllEngland

As England's Euro 2016 squad is announced, a new film shows how people from all backgrounds are coming together to get behind the England team.

#WeAreAllEngland: football could bring England together for Euro 2016

A new poll finds that the England football team unites people in England more than any other symbol of English identity, as the #WeAreAllEngland campaign launches to promote England support across all races and faiths at Euro 2016

Ten things you did’t know about St George and the English

Steve Ballinger lists his Top Ten Things you didn't know about St George and the English

St George’s Day belongs to all of us – new poll

New research finds that most people – including most ethnic minorities – agree the St George’s Day party is a symbol of England that we can all share – but we just don’t do enough to celebrate it.

Ten things we know (or don’t know) about St George’s Day

Many of us in England will be celebrating St George’s Day this week, commemorating the nation’s patron saint. Others will remain unaware, or wonder why there’s nothing much happening in their local area. British Future’s Steve Ballinger looks at what we think about St George’s Day and what we know, or don’t know, about England’s patron saint.

Scotland has spoken – will England respond?

Scotland thought seriously about whether to end the United Kingdom - and chose to mend and save it instead. England must also now find its voice, writes Sunder Katwala.

This World Cup, cry God for Harry, St George… and Belgium?

In this migrant-majority World Cup, eleven of the Belgian squad live and work in England. With our own team out of the hunt, has the time come to cheer for Belgium, asks Sunder Katwala.