Definitions

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  • God save the Queen (in reference to Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom)

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Examples

  • Hmmmm. Now, if GSTQ is the 'English' national anthem then by all means 'crush those rebellious Scots' and play it to a chorus of boo's from Welsh football fans.

    Shall we sing a song for you?

  • Officially of course, GSTQ is the UK's anthem as distinct from the national anthem of say Scotland Wales, NI or England - England appropriated it, NI Unionists use it for it's symbolic 'Ulster is British' quality but in reality it's still the UK anthem.

    Shall we sing a song for you?

  • Yes GSTQ is the anthem of UK and of England, but in the FA Cup final it is played as the latter NOT the former.

    Shall we sing a song for you?

  • Now, if GSTQ is the 'English' national anthem then by all means 'crush those rebellious Scots' and play it to a chorus of boo's from Welsh football fans.

    Shall we sing a song for you?

  • GSTQ is not the English anthem, it is the UK's anthem - eg Northern Ireland play it before their matches, the if and when British athletes win gold medals at the Olympics it is also played.

    Shall we sing a song for you?

  • GSTQ is not the English national anthem, it is the United Kingdom's national anthem and as such is entirely appropriate that it should be played preceding a final involving two teams from different parts of the United Kingdom.

    Shall we sing a song for you?

  • "Officially of course, GSTQ is the UK's anthem as distinct from the national anthem of say Scotland Wales, NI or England"

    Shall we sing a song for you?

  • GSTQ is only the UK anthem because that's what people assume it to be, and for the same reason it's ENgland's anthem too.

    Shall we sing a song for you?

  • You may well brush it off as nonsense and say that GSTQ is the UK anthem, but you are very wrong to say that it is "not the English national anthem" - it is.

    Shall we sing a song for you?

  • GSTQ is the British national anthem, not a sectarian party tune.

    Gibney's Gibberings Gutted

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