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#31 13 years ago

If i could hear it i could tell you, i have british people in my family




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#32 13 years ago
Are you, uhh, like, just trying to prove my point for me, or what? ;) Shock/Horror, Wiki is incorrect. British applies to Britain. Northern Ireland is not part of Britain. Oh, no, Sir!! 1922 to date – United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.

Don't people from Northern Ireland like to refer to themselves as British, though?


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#33 13 years ago

AzHAre you, uhh, like, just trying to prove my point for me, or what? ;)

Shock/Horror, Wiki is incorrect. British applies to Britain. Northern Ireland is not part of Britain. Oh, no, Sir!!

1922 to date – United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.

England is not connected to Europe but someone from England is considered European. Someone from Northen Ireland holds a British passport.




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#34 13 years ago
IR15HEngland is not connected to Europe but someone from England is considered European. Someone from Northen Ireland holds a British passport.

its actually a "united kingdom" passport, they are all considered to be "british" even if N. Irleand by popular usage




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#35 13 years ago
FileTrekkerDon't people from Northern Ireland like to refer to themselves as British, though?

That'll probabley be a touchy subject, some will say they're British, others will go steadfast to say they're Irish, depending on who you're talking to.

I say I'm English first, British second.




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#36 13 years ago
Beast_Of_Hellits actually a "united kingdom" passport, they are all considered to be "british" even if N. Irleand by popular usage

Ah yes, is a British citizen then.




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#37 13 years ago
I say I'm English first, British second.

I'm going to save this quote for posterity.

Nice to see some strong patriotism still alive. :p


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#38 13 years ago
IR15HAh yes, is a British citizen then.

no, they are in theory a United Kingdom citizen popular usage plys a big part in society though, but its still down to things being changed to suit the thickier people who couldnt conrehend te real versions of things




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#39 13 years ago
Beast_Of_Hellno, they are in theory a United Kingdom citizen

No they're British citizens as stated in the passport.




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#40 13 years ago

Lovies, the passport has "The United Kingdom Of Great Britain and Northern Ireland" on it, not "British Passport".

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