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I'd be hard pressed to think of a situation where users in Scotland are the same as users in England, but different from users in Northern Ireland
actually, some laws and procedures are slightly different in Northern Ireland (ditto scotland) and i think the education system is slightly different (scotland is certainly different to england)
I've seen it listed as Great Britain several times lately.
Just curious because I've seen it listed as Great Britain several times lately.
"surface transport to London"
most dialectal divides would put England-- or even southern England, heh heh-- on one side and the rest of the British Isles on the other.
the most significant differences are between England and the rest of the UK, not between Great Britain and, er, other islands
Welsh and Gaelic are not English dialects, they are distinct languages.
Ferries are more commonly used for transport than submarines.
The main UK political parties have no parliamentary representation in Northern Ireland
you don't generally drive from London to Dublin. (London to Paris, possibly.)
:: beating head against wall ::
And no, it is not possible to travel by road from London to Paris as you suggest.