anti-British

anti-British

adj
opposed to anything characteristic of or relating to Britain
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Bishop Lartique labelled them an unwanted race, disloyal and radically anti-British (in a period when the French Church was seeking British accommodation).
But Hitchens shows that anti-British sentiment has been significant until quite recently, when England ceased to be a serious competitor.
The series is based on more than four dozen rarely seen anti-American, anti-German, anti-British, anti-Japanese, anti-Capitalist, anti-Imperialist pro-Communist animated shorts produced by the Soviets from 1924-1984.
Anti-British riots in Greece, protest lodged with UN -- March 12, 1956
The truth is that within the party there is no great leader and most more-prominent members of their shadow cabinet are anti-British.
Now a retired British diplomat has complained that Hollywood has had an anti-British bias for decades.
However the couple, who have five children, have been the victims of vandalism due to anti-British sentiment in the area, according to reports.
During the trip there were a number of anti-British IRA supporters protesting against the couple - with security as important as ever.
Meanwhile, MP John Mann, a member of the Treasury select committee, accused US regulators and politicians of being anti-British in an attempt to shift financial markets from London to New York.
DAMAGED Anti-British and American grafatti in front of the closed British embassy in Tehran
The assault on the UK Embassy in Tehran happened on Tuesday, during an anti-British protest rally of Iranian university students in an incident reminding of the 1979 storming of the US Embassy in Tehran after the Islamic Revolution.
The author's time in Egypt ended in 1954 when Britain left the Canal Zone on a promise by Nasser to end anti-British agitation over the Canal, a promise on which the dictator soon reneged.