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British national morale part 2

The same way the Scots united in defense of their nation and culture, their traditions, their different from the English legal, religious, and educational systems. More than 30 percent of them want the political separation from England. However, they are divided in two languages, different religions, superstitions and traditions - for example, two of the largest cities Edinburgh and severely compete with each other.

Northern Irish disunited by religion - for Catholics and Protestants. Catholics consider themselves Irish and want to join the Irish, Protestants want to remain in the UK, but they both want to preserve the local culture.

Thus, modern British - mixed heterogeneous people, that exacerbated by emigration. This means that all the stereotypes associated with the "typical British" become outdated.

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