pro-British

pro-British

adj
in favour of or supporting Britain, its people, culture, etc
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The Brexit agreement signed by London and Brussels would prevent a hard border between the two Irelands, a move believed essential to avoid trade disputes and a downward impact on the Irish economy, but also needed to prevent a resumption of violence between pro-British and pro-Irish populations in Northern Ireland.
Johnson began his trip with talks on Tuesday evening with the leadership of the Democratic Unionist Party, the largest pro-British party in the region whose 10 members in the Westminster parliament prop up the Conservative government.
Without those deals in place, the pound will continue to languish, likely for years, bringing with it inflation and -- ironic considering the pro-British thrust of the Brexiteers -- a large influx of foreigners looking for bargains.
The leaders of Northern Ireland's two largest political parties, the Irish nationalist Sinn Fein party and pro-British Democratic Unionist Party (DUP), both condemned the killing.
As long as pro-British Federalists held the levers of power, fur traders retained the advantage.
I'm very British and I'm very pro-British, but that in no way means you therefore exterminate anybody else you meet who doesn't come from Britain!" TV's Chris Tarrant.
In a co-ordinated effort to have us accept a Canada-style free trade deal, European Council boss Donald Tusk said he was "pro-British" - and predicted a deal by Christmas.
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.
"They are incredibly pro-British. These guys really are in the front line.
If the reply was: Tory, or Lib Dem, or Labour, my response would be "well, sorry chaps, but you have only yourselves to blame !" 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.