Are you considered British if you are from England, Scotland and Wales?
I know you aren’t British if you are Irish but since England, Scotland and Wales make up Great Britain is it true?
- pmt853Lv 79 months agoFavorite Answer
Yes, yes we are. I'm an Englishman living in Wales. I'm British.
- Anonymous2 weeks ago
I am English By Birth
I am British By Nationality
and Australian By choice
- Anonymous7 months ago
No Muslims will never be British all the Time they support Islam the don't Integrate the Poles after WW2 integrated better than any Muslim
Being Born in a country does not automatically make you a member of the country a Muslim will always be a Muslim which is not British
I was invited to a Muslim country by the Government for 2 years and abused because i was a Christian and told if i stay i would be Murdered
- Anonymous8 months ago
CONSIDERED? BRITISH citizens are citizens of The UK which is "The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland".....England,Scotland,Wales & NI.
Find it ODD, in this day and age, you even ask? Also a United Kingdom has been around, in ONE form or other ,since 1801..That is way LONGER than the Kingdom of Belgium has existed and longer than a United GERMANY & a UNITED Italy....
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- PAMELALv 79 months ago
Yes, you are british as well as being scottish, or welsh.
- John PLv 79 months ago
Yes, and also if from Northern Ireland.
- KatieLv 69 months ago
NO - the country you were born in dictates your nationality. I was born in England (as were my parents and grandparents), therefore I am English and NOT British.
- sunshine_melLv 79 months ago
- rustbucketLv 79 months ago
The Irish, English thing has been going on for so long and so many changes it's not doing much of anything but keeps on changing.
- Red FoxLv 69 months ago
Yes. Great Britain comprises the nations of England, Scotland and Wales. The United Kingdom also comprises N. Ireland.