Union flag

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national flag of the United Kingdom


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All I can say is that the union flag is worn with pride by our police officers as well as many others.
He wanted the council to encourage schools to fly the Union flag "in our school grounds throughout the borough and encourage them to include the national anthem as part of school assemblies".
The members we have in the Republic of Ireland are quite content that the Union flag, with its Cross of St Patrick, represents them.
The European Union flag has been displayed on full driving licences since photocards first came into use in July 1998.
The UK Government has announced that new licences issued to drivers in Wales, England and Scotland will feature the union flag.
Plaid's Elfyn Llwyd said the new license with the Union flag (above) will 'create disent' |
The Union flag was ceremoniously rehoisted there by council leader Grant Davey on Thursday, exactly a week before the vote.
As a former senior officer in the Royal Navy Police having 26 years' service I can assure him that the Union Flag only becomes a Union Jack when it is flown on the Jackstaff of a Royal Navy vessel (a small mast at the bows or front) when the said vessel is either in harbour or at anchor.
The Union Flag is our national flag and should be flown 365 days of the year.
Today will see the Union flag hoisted at City Hall to celebrate the Countess of Wessex's birthday - one of its 17 designated days.
Trouble has flared against the council's decision to limit the number of days the Union Flag is flown from City Hall.
Summary: Four police officers have been injured in another night of loyalist rioting linked to the Union flag row in Northern Ireland.
Smith (Daily Post, June 18) is wrong in claiming that the Union Flag is in any way representative of a union between England and Wales.
As the union flag carries representation of the patron saints of England, Scotland and Ireland, our own representation was virtually non-existent.
THE much-loved Union flag has gone red, white and spew for the Olympics.
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