Prime Minister David Cameron: All Of The United Kingdom Should Get Behind England At World Cup

Take our poll here. Will you be cheering on Wayne Rooney in Rio? Getty Images David Cameron says he is sure the whole of the United Kingdom will get behind England at next year’s World Cup. The Prime Minister offered his congratulations to Roy Hodgson’s team after they secured their place at international football’s most prestigious competition with a 2-0 win against Poland last night. But Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland all failed to progress from their qualifying groups, leaving England as the only home nation competing in Brazil next summer. Mr Cameron told MPs during Prime Minister’s Questions: “I’m sure the whole House will wish to join me in congratulating the England football team for their excellent win last night, ensuring they qualify for next year’s World Cup. “My commiserations to the other home nations, including Scotland, who had an impressive win over Croatia last night. “But I’m sure now that everyone in the United Kingdom will swing behind the English team.” Pausing while MPs cheered and laughed, Mr Cameron then added: “You can always dream and hope.” Will you be backing England in the 2014 World Cup? Error submitting your poll You can only vote once but click on the icons above at any stage to follow how the poll is progressing The Prime Minister was replying to the traditional first question of PMQs in which he is asked to list his official engagements. Questioner Labour’s Paul Blomfield (Sheffield Central), to laughter among MPs, replied to Mr Cameron: “Can I certainly associate myself with the remarks made by you in relation to the English football team. I’m only hoping that Sheffield United will follow their lead.” Sheffield United are bottom of League One, the third tier of professional football in England, and recently sacked their manager David Weir. Labour leader Ed Miliband also offered his congratulations to England.

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