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The Wessex-England unionization movement is a political movement to merge the independent Kingdom of Wessex with the Great British Kingdom of England. The movement has existing in the English areas neighboring Wessex since its independence, and was endorsed by the Thatcher government during the Second British Civil War. The movement gained support across England when the Wessens took the Falkland Islands, but in a 2003 poll only 5.6% of the English population voted in favour of merging the two.