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Sheldor
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(Original post by Le-JokerFr)
No point arguing with you
God made us different
I LET My friends Ali talk for me

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HqiWFLsgVi4

We are all birds but with different cultures
It's natural to be with your own people
I wanna be with my own 'english people'
But if I can't even communicate with "my own" people, are they really "my own"?

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I am not the only British national in my class, but me and two others are the only ones who have English ancestry. There isn't a single full blooded English person in our class, only three of us are mixed race (including me) and the rest are either Bengali, Pakistani, African, Brazilian and Arabian.

But I never want to lose them, they all great people and excellent friends.
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That's ridiculous! How could you British and not be English/Scottish/Welsh/Northern Irish?
Even though we are officially British some people prefer to be known as English/Welsh etc over British, AND vice versa.

And just to make a point Northern Ireland is NOT a part of Britain. It is however, a part of the UK. That is why the official name of our country is the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. I assume the Northern Ireland citizens are known as either Northern Irish or UK citizens.
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My course, although it contains a lot of EU students, is predominately British.
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Off topic a little but in my city, Bristol, the situation is utterly ludicrous. Clifton and Redland are swamped with asian accountancy students, St Pauls/Easton are black/Asian and the other central areas are swamped by Chelsea public schoolboys/muso ****ers. All the actual real Bristolians have been pushed out to Henbury, Horfield, Hanham etc...
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(Original post by gagaslilmonsteruk)
Even though we are officially British some people prefer to be known as English/Welsh etc over British, AND vice versa.

And just to make a point Northern Ireland is NOT a part of Britain. It is however, a part of the UK. That is why the official name of our country is the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. I assume the Northern Ireland citizens are known as either Northern Irish or UK citizens.
Yeah, you are right about Northern Ireland, my mistake. I know some people prefer to be known as different things but the fact is, if you are
British you also have to be English, Welsh or Scottish (and vice versa)
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