- Dec 4, 2010
I'm sorry but this is just funny now. What adjective would one use to describe a "UK citizen"? Not "British" by any chance? Or do you disagree with your country's citizenship laws? That's a bit of a pointless thing to do. British does not only describe citizens of Great Britain, it describes citizens of the UK. This is very simple to understand. Which part are you having difficulty with? Britain and Great Britain are two different terms.Yes for now N.I is part of the UK not Great Britain, so really you are a UK citizen not British as you do not live in Britain as such.
You live in N.I which is part of the UK but not Britain, if N.Ireland was in Britain why have the Great Britain AND N.Ireland??
But is seems you really do think that people from the Isle of Wight are not British. Surreal.