They think it is very cruel to animals.
It has been said that 'the British are a nation of animal lovers', which is much closer to the truth, and in general, most would be opposed to cruelty of animals (though turn a convenient 'blind eye' towards abattoir's, etc). In turn, most would find the practice of bullfighting distasteful, to say the least. Many would voice this much more strongly, questioning whether a 'developed' country like Spain should be sanctioning bullfighting, regardless of whether or not it may be a Spanish 'tradition'.
England, is awesome
Bullfighting only occurred in colonial Cuba and in rare occasions after that. Bullfighting has been outlawed in Cuba.
Its rare that people become injured in bullfighting each year, in 2010 however there was an accident where 40 people were injured. It is more likely though that one wrong move of a matador and he will be maimed or gored by the bull. It is rare to see more than one or two fatalities per year due to bullfighting in Spain. Over 24000 bulls are killed each year in bullfighting in Spain.
England doesn't have an independence day, but some people think that England had freedom from the Romans!
I think it was hard for the people
Some people move from England to Massachusetts because they like the land better and the people. Not all people think move from England to Massachusetts.
None. Bullfighting is not considered a sport but an art form.
Bullfighting in its current form developed in Spain although many ancient cultures had some form of bull taunting or bullfighting.
I think the people in England thought Pocahontas was bad because they didn't like her father and her father didn't want the British to take their land.
Tradition, for lack of a better word. Could you imagine Jeeps?
I think they play soccer for enjoyment