Nope, I meant England, as in it's original use, not modern use, where it's used to diffenciate between England Scotland n Wales.
England always described ESW, and is sometimes refered to as, mainland England.
It wasn't until the 1930s and some Scottish party deciding they wanted to be treated as a different independent state, that people would say England, as a separate state. It was later that Wales then joined in, in wanting to be identified as different.
Anyways, England can be used to identify, the mainland (ie not the channel Islands, IOW, IOM, or Northern n Southern Ireland (before the 1912 uprising and victory for ROI)).
Oh, just in case you wanted to say, I'm only saying that, cos I'm English, nope. I fully Welsh bred, I just happen to be born in England! Hahahaha