• Which side do they drive in?

    10 answers · 3 days ago
  • Scottish and Welsh British?

    A lot of Scottish and Welsh deny that they're British. I realise they don't like being part of the UK due to political reasons but Britain is the geographical location. If you're born in a country in Britain, you're also British. It would be better if they said that they're Scottish first... show more
    A lot of Scottish and Welsh deny that they're British. I realise they don't like being part of the UK due to political reasons but Britain is the geographical location. If you're born in a country in Britain, you're also British. It would be better if they said that they're Scottish first British second or Welsh first British second but to say that they're not British is basically saying that they aren't even part of the British Isles which they are. Why exactly do they say this and what are their reasons?
    10 answers · 1 day ago
  • What percent of English people are British people?

    Best answer: There's no such thing as 'English' citizenship - you get a British passport.

    So all 'citizens' of England are British citizens.
    Best answer: There's no such thing as 'English' citizenship - you get a British passport.

    So all 'citizens' of England are British citizens.
    14 answers · 4 days ago
  • Should the UK demand immediate repayment of loans if the EU give us a no-deal Brexit?

    The European Central Bank is heavily indebted to the Bank of England, as are the central banks of Italy, Spain and Greece. We have been refinancing their debts ad infinitum, it is unlikely we will ever be fully repaid so if they want to play a game of chicken then lets put all of our cards on the table. The UK is... show more
    The European Central Bank is heavily indebted to the Bank of England, as are the central banks of Italy, Spain and Greece. We have been refinancing their debts ad infinitum, it is unlikely we will ever be fully repaid so if they want to play a game of chicken then lets put all of our cards on the table. The UK is well within it's legal rights to demand repayment of all loans immediately. Sure, it will bankrupt the EU and crash the global economy but if the EU are going to be ***** then we should fight fire with fire.
    13 answers · 5 days ago
  • Being a British citizen by descent, will I be able to get a new blue passport without paying a visit to the UK? Help?

    Best answer: The passports haven't changed yet.

    If you want a new passport when they do change, you'll need to apply for and pay for a new one. No point if you already have one.
    Best answer: The passports haven't changed yet.

    If you want a new passport when they do change, you'll need to apply for and pay for a new one. No point if you already have one.
    11 answers · 5 days ago
  • Friendliest part of the UK?

    I'd say Yorkshire. It's my favourite county. Everyone is so warm and kind. They all get along really well with each other aswell. In London and Essex most people like to keep themselves to themselves whilst in Yorkshire everyone is very tight knit and treated like family, and I really love that. Which... show more
    I'd say Yorkshire. It's my favourite county. Everyone is so warm and kind. They all get along really well with each other aswell. In London and Essex most people like to keep themselves to themselves whilst in Yorkshire everyone is very tight knit and treated like family, and I really love that. Which county did you enjoy the most?
    11 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • English in North Wales?

    I've only been to Cardiff and Newport but I'm planning to go to North Wales next year. However a few comments from Welsh nationalists have really put me off. One said that English people are not welcome in rural pubs, and another said that if English people want to go somewhere quiet then go to Yorkshire... show more
    I've only been to Cardiff and Newport but I'm planning to go to North Wales next year. However a few comments from Welsh nationalists have really put me off. One said that English people are not welcome in rural pubs, and another said that if English people want to go somewhere quiet then go to Yorkshire and don't come to Wales. Is this true that I would not be welcome? I really would love to visit North Wales as I heard that beautiful but I really hope t have a pleasant visit not an unhappy one.
    10 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Can I live in the wilderness?

    In all honesty I want to live in a remote cabin in Scotland far away from other people. I would probably only stay in the cabin during winter while travelling and living off the land through the summer. Is this just a fantasy or is this actually possible??
    In all honesty I want to live in a remote cabin in Scotland far away from other people. I would probably only stay in the cabin during winter while travelling and living off the land through the summer. Is this just a fantasy or is this actually possible??
    7 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Are English people not welcome in Scotland?

    I really hope Im not offending anyone but I don't live in the UK so I wouldn't know. All Ive heard is that the Scots are anti English and they disapprove of England flags being flown because I read that a little boy got beaten up just for wearing an England shirt which was completely messed up. I know ... show more
    I really hope Im not offending anyone but I don't live in the UK so I wouldn't know. All Ive heard is that the Scots are anti English and they disapprove of England flags being flown because I read that a little boy got beaten up just for wearing an England shirt which was completely messed up. I know Scotland had a bad history with England but people in England today are not at fault for that. They have no control over what happens in Scotland. It's their elite that is oppressing them. Even many English themselves, as I have read, loathe their elite and empathise with Scotland. So why do people take out their hate on a whole generation of innocent people? Are there even some too scared to visit Scotland because of what could happen? I know I sound really ignorant and I'm sorry. But it's because of how the media picks it up.
    15 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • Welsh dvds?

    I'm from the USA and I'm planning to visit the UK soon. Really excited. I'm be doing a tour through England, Wales and then Scotland. This will be my first time visiting the UK and sorry if this sounds a bit stupid but as I've heard that the Welsh language is growing a bit in Wales, they also have... show more
    I'm from the USA and I'm planning to visit the UK soon. Really excited. I'm be doing a tour through England, Wales and then Scotland. This will be my first time visiting the UK and sorry if this sounds a bit stupid but as I've heard that the Welsh language is growing a bit in Wales, they also have VHS and DVDs in Welsh. However I was wondering, are all the DVDs in Welsh or are some of them in English? Like Disney dvds, whst would they be in? I know I would not be able to play a dvd from the UK (as it's region 2. US is region 1) but I'm just wondering out of curiosity. Again sorry if this sounds stupid because I've never been to the UK.
    14 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • Do GP’s remove anal skin tags?

    Do GP’s in uk remove anal skin tags? If so is it an easy procedure and does it go for all GP’s in the uk? (Northern Ireland, England, Scotland and Wales ?)
    Do GP’s in uk remove anal skin tags? If so is it an easy procedure and does it go for all GP’s in the uk? (Northern Ireland, England, Scotland and Wales ?)
    6 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Has anyone ever visited yeovil in somerset?

    in our family, we have a friend of my dads who lives up that way, but ive never visited yeovil. has anyone visited and have opinions of yeovil?
    in our family, we have a friend of my dads who lives up that way, but ive never visited yeovil. has anyone visited and have opinions of yeovil?
    6 answers · 1 month ago
  • What do Southerners think of Midlanders (England)?

    Hi, I'm from Derbyshire, and have been considering moving. No reason in perticular, just a change of scenery. I would like to move down south, especially the south west. I just have one question, do southerners have any issues with people from the midlands? Reason I'm asking is I was talking to a relative... show more
    Hi, I'm from Derbyshire, and have been considering moving. No reason in perticular, just a change of scenery. I would like to move down south, especially the south west. I just have one question, do southerners have any issues with people from the midlands? Reason I'm asking is I was talking to a relative about it earlier today, and he was saying about southerners not liking "out of towners" as he put it. Is this true? Or isn't he just talking b*llocks? Sorry if this sounds a stupid question. Thanks.
    7 answers · 1 month ago
  • Why is the Isle of Man such an expensive place to live?

    Best answer: my mum is from the isle of man.
    Best answer: my mum is from the isle of man.
    5 answers · 1 month ago
  • Why do so many white Brits hate the Pakistanis and their immigration if their two peoples are actually distant kin?

    Aren't the Punjabis, Sindhis, Pashtuns and Balochs direct descendants of the ancient Indo-Europeans, the same as the English, Scots, Welsh, and Irish? They probably lived together a long time ago, so what's the big deal nowadays?
    Aren't the Punjabis, Sindhis, Pashtuns and Balochs direct descendants of the ancient Indo-Europeans, the same as the English, Scots, Welsh, and Irish? They probably lived together a long time ago, so what's the big deal nowadays?
    13 answers · 1 month ago