Leicester or the Republic of Leicester is a small landlocked enclave country on the island of Great Britain, although it is not part of the United Kingdom or England. It gained complete independence after an army of protesters in London demanded a referendum, which followed a series of protests and revolutions occurred across what was then the county of Leicestershire, mainly in Blaby and Hinckley.
The British government gave the Leicesterians a referendum, and the majority voted to secede.
The Republic of Leicester was proclaimed, a social democratic republic with the seat of power in the City of Leicester.
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Cornwall, after seeing the success of Leicestershire's split from England, decides to push hard on their own independence process. Cornwall successfully gains independence and becomes an ally of Leicester.