Letter; Bulldog clip

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The Independent Online
How clever of your illustrator to represent England in the article "Scotland v England: the new auld game", (Real Life, 9 June) with something that also demonstrates what so annoys the Scottish about the English. The "British Bulldog" and Union Jack are, as their names make clear, British, not English. What are Scots (and Welsh and Northern Irish) to infer from their use in this way? Only that England is Britain, and the rest are considered of no consequence.

GS Sinclair