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Northern Ireland is part of the UK guys...110:29, 4 January 2013
Flying of British flag in Ireland021:41, 8 December 2012

Northern Ireland is part of the UK guys...

Brits please! Get your flag where it belongs and that is not anywhere in Ireland. I have so much respect for Hillary Clinton. I would stand behind her as I did in 2008 '. She has so much class. God Bless you Hillary. If you do not choose to run again I certainly understand. You deserve it all. Dora Dougherty New Jersey (talk)02:52, 9 December 2012

Northern Ireland is part of the UK, and as such it has a British flag up on a government building. While any vioence someone feels this justifies is pathetic at best, and that arguing about something so trivial is a waste of time I have to say that those who have little knowledge of the situation in Northern Ireland should refrain from commenting. (talk)10:29, 4 January 2013

Flying of British flag in Ireland

I had no idea that this flag was flown every day in Northern Ireland. I had hoped that the British would leave Northern Ireland alone. To be forced to continue to fly this flag would have to be an insult to the majority of people who live there. (talk)21:41, 8 December 2012