No. But Anglican parishes in Europe, including here in PL, are administered by the Diocese of Gibraltar. Their documents look very official. :-)
It makes me sick. If the British Embassy did anything of note
A friend of mine got tired of seeing an extremely tatty Union Flag over the door of a shop in Warsaw that had gone bust. It was dirty and stained. He wrote to the embassy, suggesting that this is a bad reflection of Britain, and they might like to see if they could have it removed.
Days turned into weeks and then months, and nothing happened. The flag stayed there getting more and more ragged and dirty. So he sought out the building's caretaker, slipped him some money, and with his help, went into the empty flat above the shop, climbed out of he window onto the ledge, and with some difficulty removed the flag.
Two months later he got a letter, saying: "thanks to the unstinting efforts of HM Foreign Office, the flag in question has been removed by the building's owners and the matter is now resolved"
Sorry to quote myself, but it's too late to edit.
This is a bit closer to the title of the thread.
Do you think I'll have any problems renewing my passport, considering it's been out of date for over a month?