pro-British

pro-British

adj
in favour of or supporting Britain, its people, culture, etc
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The main impediment in the talks between Irish nationalists Sinn Fein and the pro-British Democratic Unionist Party is disagreement over the rights of Irish language speakers.
On the frontier, meanwhile, pro-British Native Americans scalped and tortured white settlers, while Continental and state officials engaged in what later generations would call ethnic cleansing.
It aligns London more closely with the pro-British side in the divided province, where a power-sharing government with Irish nationalists is suspended.
For the first time since Ireland was partitioned almost a century ago, pro-British unionists no longer hold a majority in Northern Ireland's local assembly.
When details emerged in the press in 1984, it led to allegations that Mrs Thatcher had used her influence with the pro-British Sultan Qaboos of Oman to secure the contract for her son's firm.
A skilled pro-British negotiator could complete negotiations in about half an hour.
All three parties are pro-British EU membership, and that costs us an unaffordable PS130 billion per annum (you can ignore Cameron's figure) Voters on May 7 could have voted for a party committed to leaving the EU, and saving these billions for us, but they were talked out of it by the media.
The arrest on Wednesday of a senior member of Sinn Fein, the political wing of Pira and a partner in the power-sharing government that rules the British province, has brought the administration to the point of collapse, with pro-British Unionists threatening to walk out of the administration.
He added: "The thing that irritates me the most is that somehow you can't be pro-independence and pro-British.
He dismisses the tendency to portray an aberrational "eruption of hatred and prejudice," making the case instead for a Klan infused with a very mainstream pro-British nationalism, a vehicle for the expression of "a somewhat more extreme version of what most people thought.
The Cherry very soon proved itself in a marketplace that was still very pro-British and paved the way for a larger second series a couple of years later.
Many of the Literary Society's pro-British Raj activities ran opposite to those propagated by more conservative elements within the Muslim society which advocated self-rule and resistance and not subjugation and collaboration.