Can a black person ever be Irish?

Coolwhip

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My mum is from the east coast of Spain. Catalan.
Interesting, the Catalans want independence from Spain and thus no longer being Spanish. I would have considered you Spanish and Irish? if you father comes form Ireland that is!
 

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English citizens do not really care about Ireland, that is just a stereotype.
I would disagree, in fact I would say the English still think Ireland is a home nation!

When ever the Football world cup was playing the BBC and ITV would always refer to Ireland as one of the home nations. I think the English see Ireland in the same light as Wales and Scotland.
 
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I would disagree, in fact I would say the English still think Ireland is a home nation!

When ever the Football world cup was playing the BBC and ITV would always refer to Ireland as one of the home nations. I think the English see Ireland in the same light as Wales and Scotland.
Hmm, personally its at the border with the UK. So I don't see it as a home nation.
 

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My dad was born in Greater London.

And yes my Mum is Catalan, a Spanish speaker yes.
Do you have any links to Ireland then? I can see why you would consider yourself English if your dad was English too!

Do you feel any connections to Spain?
 
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