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"bmjs98 +3 level 47 Jul 19, 2017
The description specifies United Kingdom. Cities in Northern Ireland can still be called British even though they're not technically in Britain. British = from the UK."
This is not really correct. British/Britain is a rather vague term. The Isle of Man for example is not part of the UK but its citizens are British. You can make the case that Northern Ireland is part of Britain, if not the island of Great Britain.
Also, looked at the detailed data, and Belfast probably does get in, but all NI is grouped together so it doesn't count.
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