un-British

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un-British

adjunbritisch
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In June, Khan wrote in an editorial for The Guardian that Trump was one of the most "egregious examples" of the growing threat of rising nationalism and that it was "un-British to be rolling out the red carpet" for a US president who was "seen as a figurehead of this global far-right movement".
It is totally un-British to do that and I hope that would never happen in this country."
Meanwhile, the President described opposition Labor leader Jeremy Corbyn, who has been critical of Trump, as a "negative force," and said he would not meet with him during his visit.Trump also renewed his criticism of London Mayor Sadiq Khan, who wrote in The Observer newspaper that welcoming Trump for a state visit was "un-British." (ANI)
It is not racist to deport people and to suggest so is un-British.
New Year's Eve without Big Ben would be positively un-British. The comforting chimes are used by TV and radio stations throughout Britain to herald the moment of transition from the old to the new year.
Yet still we plough on and anyone calling for a new vote is somehow un-British or anti-democratic.
Even the little local festival I took my daughter Jesse to on Sunday seemed very un-British without having to wade through a swamp to get to the loos, and hoping the brown stuff all over the cubicle walls was indeed just mud.
Hugs In a blink, the car was right there, and we all swelled towards it like one giant, very un-British, embrace.
Multiculturalism may be going out of fashion, but coerced uniformity is most un-British.
Labour MP John Mann said: "It is fundamentally un-British to avoid tax.
BLACK FRIDAY MADNESS SCRAPPING over a few discounts is very un-British. We would much rather stay home and order online instead.
MADNESS few discounts We would much d order online BLACK FRIDAY MADNESS SCRAPPING over a few discounts is very un-British. We would much rather stay home and order online instead.