Wales rugby legend Gareth Edwards, who won 53 caps for Wales and 10 for the British Lions, agreed, saying: "This is political correctness gone absolutely mad.
"I'm very proud to be Welsh and if anybody asks me where I'm from, I'll say Wales. But I'm also British and I've played for the British Lions and I'm very proud of that as well. I have no issue with being called British, none whatsoever."
Well said that man. I trust Caerphilly council will not be watching or supporting the Lions on their tour of South Africa next year!
From, in the language of the Britons, Ystradclud (Strathclyde), and more definatively Llanarch (Lanark) ! The Kingdom of Strathclyde was over run by the Northumbrian Ingli (English). BUT the English were NEVER BRITONS, but did become British with the rest of us under the Act of Union 1707.
England, Ireland, Scottland and Wales make up GREAT BRITAIN. Therefore WE are all BRITISH.
Those who have a British passport, but were born else where, claim all the benefits when it suits them. Then preach against out way of life and fail to integrate.