138 71 21 0 questions with the tag returning.
Just in the first page of questions, I saw it being used for questions about returning values from a function in 10 different languages (usually "Why is my function returning the wrong thing?"), getting an identity / sequence value back from a SQL server after inserting (where it's at least an actual keyword being used), adding a "back" button to a webpage, troubleshooting getting a 404 or other error from a web request, and breaking out of a loop early.
I understand the reluctance to kill tags that refer to a specific command and are actually used on questions about that command but questions about the actual
RETURNING SQL keyword make up maybe 10% of those questions.
The tag adds no useful information about the question whatsoever. Can we please kill it?
EDIT: Charles has proposed sql-returning as a replacement for questions that are actually about the SQL keyword, which should be less prone to misuse.