If someone asks what your nationality is, how do you answer? For British people ___NATIONAL___ identity is a complex issue. Take me for example. I carry a passport issued by the British ___GOVERNMENT___. I was born in England, but my Mum is Scottish and my Granny is from Northern Ireland. So what am I? ___ACTUALLY___, I am really all of them: English, Irish, Scottish and British. Each of the “nations” has a lot in common but they also have their own unique culture and ___TRADITIONAL___ lifestyle. They ___DISLIKE___ it when people call them English. And perhaps the most important ___DIFFERENCE___ of all – each nation has its own football team!