• What percent of English people are British people?

    Best answer: There's no such thing as 'English' citizenship - you get a British passport.

    So all 'citizens' of England are British citizens.
    Best answer: There's no such thing as 'English' citizenship - you get a British passport.

    So all 'citizens' of England are British citizens.
    12 answers · Other - United Kingdom · 2 days ago
  • Should the UK demand immediate repayment of loans if the EU give us a no-deal Brexit?

    The European Central Bank is heavily indebted to the Bank of England, as are the central banks of Italy, Spain and Greece. We have been refinancing their debts ad infinitum, it is unlikely we will ever be fully repaid so if they want to play a game of chicken then lets put all of our cards on the table. The UK is... show more
    The European Central Bank is heavily indebted to the Bank of England, as are the central banks of Italy, Spain and Greece. We have been refinancing their debts ad infinitum, it is unlikely we will ever be fully repaid so if they want to play a game of chicken then lets put all of our cards on the table. The UK is well within it's legal rights to demand repayment of all loans immediately. Sure, it will bankrupt the EU and crash the global economy but if the EU are going to be ***** then we should fight fire with fire.
    12 answers · Other - United Kingdom · 3 days ago
  • Going to London next week, which British foods to try?

    My husband and I will be in London next week. I really want to try traditional British food, but I don t even know where to start. I don t even understand half of what I m looking at on menus! Some advice on where to start would be super helpful. Thanks!
    My husband and I will be in London next week. I really want to try traditional British food, but I don t even know where to start. I don t even understand half of what I m looking at on menus! Some advice on where to start would be super helpful. Thanks!
    11 answers · London · 3 days ago
  • Being a British citizen by descent, will I be able to get a new blue passport without paying a visit to the UK? Help?

    Best answer: The passports haven't changed yet.

    If you want a new passport when they do change, you'll need to apply for and pay for a new one. No point if you already have one.
    Best answer: The passports haven't changed yet.

    If you want a new passport when they do change, you'll need to apply for and pay for a new one. No point if you already have one.
    8 answers · Other - United Kingdom · 3 days ago
  • Can I use my debit card to pay for the tube in London?

    Best answer: Is your debit card a chip and PIN card that the yellow Oyster readers will recognise? If it is, then great, just touch it on the reader and off you go! if it doesn't work, then you'll need to buy an Oystercard and get around using that. It's best to buy it once you're in London anyway - there is... show more
    Best answer: Is your debit card a chip and PIN card that the yellow Oyster readers will recognise? If it is, then great, just touch it on the reader and off you go!

    if it doesn't work, then you'll need to buy an Oystercard and get around using that. It's best to buy it once you're in London anyway - there is a deposit of £5 but you get that back if you hand the card back when you leave. A Visitor Oystercard costs £3 but that is not reclaimable.
    9 answers · London · 4 days ago
  • Can I use my Dutch ID to get into clubs in London?

    Best answer: Yes any form of Id as long as it’s genuine is fine x
    Best answer: Yes any form of Id as long as it’s genuine is fine x
    7 answers · London · 3 days ago
  • Favorite things to do in london?

    thats not just the mainstream tourist attractions
    thats not just the mainstream tourist attractions
    11 answers · London · 1 week ago
  • Friendliest part of the UK?

    I'd say Yorkshire. It's my favourite county. Everyone is so warm and kind. They all get along really well with each other aswell. In London and Essex most people like to keep themselves to themselves whilst in Yorkshire everyone is very tight knit and treated like family, and I really love that. Which... show more
    I'd say Yorkshire. It's my favourite county. Everyone is so warm and kind. They all get along really well with each other aswell. In London and Essex most people like to keep themselves to themselves whilst in Yorkshire everyone is very tight knit and treated like family, and I really love that. Which county did you enjoy the most?
    11 answers · Other - United Kingdom · 2 weeks ago
  • English in North Wales?

    I've only been to Cardiff and Newport but I'm planning to go to North Wales next year. However a few comments from Welsh nationalists have really put me off. One said that English people are not welcome in rural pubs, and another said that if English people want to go somewhere quiet then go to Yorkshire... show more
    I've only been to Cardiff and Newport but I'm planning to go to North Wales next year. However a few comments from Welsh nationalists have really put me off. One said that English people are not welcome in rural pubs, and another said that if English people want to go somewhere quiet then go to Yorkshire and don't come to Wales. Is this true that I would not be welcome? I really would love to visit North Wales as I heard that beautiful but I really hope t have a pleasant visit not an unhappy one.
    10 answers · Other - United Kingdom · 2 weeks ago
  • How much money do you need to travel to London?

    Best answer: What motels? There aren't any. And you won't get a hotel in London for that much - reckon on £100 per night.
    Best answer: What motels? There aren't any. And you won't get a hotel in London for that much - reckon on £100 per night.
    10 answers · London · 2 weeks ago
  • Is moving to London worth it?

    A specially if your a ambitious independent person like myself.
    A specially if your a ambitious independent person like myself.
    15 answers · London · 2 weeks ago
  • Scouse not English?

    I hear this in Liverpool football and I'm wondering why they say this. Was it because it was treated the worst during the Thatcher years and got an unfair reputation? Or is it because of it's Irish ancestry?
    I hear this in Liverpool football and I'm wondering why they say this. Was it because it was treated the worst during the Thatcher years and got an unfair reputation? Or is it because of it's Irish ancestry?
    5 answers · Liverpool · 2 weeks ago
  • What is your favourite British a) area OUTSIDE London and what is your b) favourite sightseeing place OUTSIDE London?

    Best answer: Yorkshire is my favourite area outside London, and York is my favourite sightseeing place outside London. A visitor to Yorkshire can see everything that England has to offer: beautiful rural scenery; interesting towns, cities, and villages; lovely coastal areas; and all within easy reach of each other. Yorkshire is... show more
    Best answer: Yorkshire is my favourite area outside London, and York is my favourite sightseeing place outside London. A visitor to Yorkshire can see everything that England has to offer: beautiful rural scenery; interesting towns, cities, and villages; lovely coastal areas; and all within easy reach of each other. Yorkshire is not known as 'God's own county' for nothing, for it is truly blessed with all conceivable benefits. Once a visitor has spent more than 24 hours in this, most beautiful and interesting, county, that visitor is truly captivated, and will wish to return again and again. Does your interest lie in purely historical artefacts? You will find everything, from prehistory to modern times aplenty, to absorb and charm you. If the visitor has an interest in art, then he/she need look no further than Yorkshire, for this county is home to the works of artists without number. A visitor's interest need not be restricted to old and venerable works of art, for Yorkshire has a rich and varied industrial heritage, as is shown by the number of lovingly-preserved and carefully-displayed buildings that show clearly how the Industrial Revolution took root and flowered here. The ancient, yet modern and vibrant, city of York encapsulates all that is good about Yorkshire's history. It has its origins in pre-Roman times, and it has kept pace with developments since then. Its ancient origins have been carefully preserved for the interested visitor to see and to touch, for York's city leaders have, for many years, realised that they have a real gem in their possession. The people of Yorkshire have long been renowned for their welcoming attitude to visitors, whom they see as genuine admirers of all that is good and interesting in England. A friendly 'Hello, all right?' is enough to begin a thoroughly worthwhile and memorable conversation with a resident, and, if the visitor shows interest in what he/she sees, well, there is the beginning of a lifelong passion for Yorkshire.
    6 answers · London · 2 weeks ago