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Great Britain vs England, Ireland, Scottland, Wales


OP ukinpoland 5 | 338  
6 Jul 2007 /  #31
Do you have any similar anywhere in the UK that I can have my liquor store look into?

Probably but the only one ive heard of is Super tenants 15%. Only tramps drink it and it isnt sold in pubs. There must be a few more around.
FISZ 24 | 2,116  
6 Jul 2007 /  #32
Super tenants 15%

That's pretty strong, but it also has to taste good :) If vagrants are drinking it ....probably not ay?
OP ukinpoland 5 | 338  
6 Jul 2007 /  #33
Well maybe yes and no. It has a strong taste but I wouldnt say it was bad. I think with the problems we have around town (fights etc) after drinking the government doesnt want it introduced into pubs.
FISZ 24 | 2,116  
6 Jul 2007 /  #34
Yeah... for our Dogfish head 120 min it's 9$ and no pubs carry it
bluebird - | 36  
19 Oct 2008 /  #35
You won't see that many Union Jacks, but you will see loads of Welsh, Scottish, and England flags.

I like being British, although there is a movement to make Wales independent. It will lead to more bureaucracy and higher taxes.

Not sure about Scottish Politicans though: Brown, Blair, Darling!

Welsh ones are just as bad too. David Davis is ok though.
Phil33101 4 | 26  
26 Oct 2008 /  #36
People wanting to be 'English, Welsh Scottish or Irish, is something that has grown in popularity since the 1980's and in my opinion is a fad more than a well throught out debate. for Example.

English people will Support the English National Team, but will support Great Britian in the Olympics. Her Majesty the Queen is the Queen of England, the Monarch of Great Britian and the ruler of the Commowealth, but Flies the Union Flag and not the St Geaorges Flag. The English National Anthem is the same as that of Britian but the welsh & Scots have there own. Soldiers serve in the British Army under the Union Flag although they may be Scottish or Welsh.

I personally proud to be British as well as English, and believe that we are throwing away our past by wanting to be 4 seperate nations.

Phil
szkotja2007 27 | 1,499  
26 Oct 2008 /  #37
People wanting to be 'English, Welsh Scottish or Irish, is something that has grown in popularity since the 1980's and in my opinion is a fad more than a well throught out debate. for Example.

This statement ignores centuries of history.

Her Majesty the Queen is the Queen of England,

Elizabeth the Second or the First?
Scotland hasn't had a ruling Queen Elizabeth before.

The English National Anthem is the same as that of Britian

"Rebellious Scots to crush " etc ?

and believe that we are throwing away our past by wanting to be 4 seperate nations.

Many people were saying this when Poland were trying to get away from the Eastern bloc.

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