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  • 1066 And All That: A Memorable History Of England ( W. C. Sellar book )
  • 167 days of foggy, foggy dew can't claim all the credit for beautiful English complexions ( Elizabeth Arden advertising slogan )
  • A Place in the Sun ( Elizabeth Taylor movie )
  • A man who is tired of London is tired of life
  • Abide with me ( hymn traditionally sung at the English football Cup Final ) ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Ally Pally ( Nickname of Alexandra Palace London )
  • An everyday story of country folk ( A catchphrase from The Archers )
  • As safe as the Bank of England
  • Ask not what your country can do for you, but what you can do for your country
  • Be It Ever So Humble There's No Place Like Home ( John Howard Payne and Sir Henry Bishop song )
  • Bedroom tax ( slang term for UK's removal of Spare Room Subsidy )
  • Bess of Hardwick ( Nickname of Elizabeth Talbot )
  • Beyond Our Ken ( BBC comedy radio series ) ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Big Ben ( tourist attraction in London England )
  • Big Country ( Nickname of basketball player Bryant Reeves )
  • Billion Dollar Man ( Nickname of American politician Henry Nowak )
  • Billy The Kid ( Nickname of Henry McCarty aka William Bonney )
  • Britannia rules the waves
  • Britannia waives the rules
  • British Bulldog ( Nickname of boxer Brian London )
  • Buckingham Palace ( tourist attraction in London England )
  • Bulldog breed
  • Carry coals to Newcastle ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Cat On A Hot Tin Roof ( play by Tennesee Williams and Elizabeth Taylor movie )
  • Close your eyes and think of England ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Come home to Birds Eye Country ( Birds Eye Frozen Foods advertising slogan )
  • Come to Marlboro Country ( Marlboro Cigarettes advertising slogan )
  • Computer says no ( A catchphrase from Little Britain )
  • Cool Britannia ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Country Pie ( Bob Dylan song )
  • Country cousin
  • Country gentleman
  • Country house hotel ( an upmarket hotel located in a revamped rural mansion )
  • Country pursuits
  • Country rock
  • Country sports
  • Cry the beloved country
  • Dead white European male ( derogatory reference to someone who has an unjustified reputation )
  • Doctor Foster went to Gloucester ( line from nursery rhyme )
  • Elizabeth Arden is real ( Elizabeth Arden advertising slogan )
  • England expects
  • Everything London ( Harrods Store advertising slogan )
  • Fast Freddie ( Nickname of Andrew Flintoff - English cricketer )
  • Fortress Europe
  • Forward with Britain ( Daily Mirror advertising slogan )
  • Fred Flintstone ( Nickname of Andrew Flintoff - English cricketer )
  • Geordieland ( Nickname of Newcastle upon Tyne England )
  • Girl From The North Country ( Bob Dylan song )
  • Go to the country
  • God's chosen country
  • God's own country ( Kerala, India advertising slogan )
  • Good Queen Bess ( Nickname of Queen Elizabeth I )
  • Hadrians Wall ( tourist attraction in northern England )
  • Hearts of oak
  • History is bunk ( Henry Ford quotation )
  • Hooray Henry
  • I am the only gay in the village ( A catchphrase from Little Britain )
  • I want that one ( A catchphrase from Little Britain )
  • I'm a laydee ( A catchphrase from Little Britain )
  • I'm backing Britain
  • Is there honey still for tea?
  • It's a free country
  • King of Spain ( Nickname of Ashley Giles - English cricketer )
  • Lie back and think of England
  • Little London ( Nickname of Gothenburg Sweden )
  • London Calling ( The Clash song )
  • London bridge is falling down ( line from nursery rhyme )
  • Madame Tussauds ( tourist attraction in England )
  • Malice In Wonderland ( Elizabeth Taylor movie )
  • Merry England
  • Middle England
  • Mother country
  • Mrs. Mop ( traditional English name for a cleaning woman )
  • My country right or wrong
  • National Velvet ( Elizabeth Taylor movie )
  • No wonder the English have kept cool for 192 years ( Gordon's Gin advertising slogan )
  • Northern soul
  • Oh Henry! ( Nickname of Henry Rodriguez )
  • Oh to be in England
  • Paddy Pantsdown ( Nickname of English politician Paddy Ashdown )
  • Perfidious Albion
  • Pommy bashing ( Australian slang term for physical or verbal attacks on the English )
  • Pomp and circumstance
  • Quick, Henry, the FLIT! ( Flit insecticide advertising slogan )
  • Rule Britannia
  • Ship shape and Bristol fashion
  • Smiling like a Cheshire cat
  • St Paul's Cathedral ( tourist attraction in London England )
  • Suddenly Last Summer ( Elizabeth Taylor movie )
  • The Backbone of England ( Nickname of The Pennine Hills )
  • The Bank of England ( tourist attraction in London England )
  • The Beast of Bolsover ( Nickname of English politician Dennis Skinner )
  • The Big Pond ( nickname of the Atlantic Ocean between the UK and the USA )
  • The Boy David ( Nickname of English politician David Steel )
  • The British Museum ( tourist attraction in London England )
  • The Chingford Strangler ( Nickname of English politician Norman Tebbit )
  • The City ( Nickname of The City of London England )
  • The Concrete Block ( Nickname of Coventry England )
  • The Conservative Party at prayer ( The Church of England )
  • The English disease
  • The English summer: three fine days and a thunderstorm
  • The Final Countdown ( song by the Swedish band Europe )
  • The First Garden City Of The World ( Nickname of Letchworth England )
  • The Fonz ( Nickname of Arthur Fonzarelli ( Henry Winkler ) )
  • The Frump Tower ( Nickname of Camilla Duchess of Cornwall )
  • The Garden County ( nickname of the English county of Hampshire )
  • The Garden of England ( Nickname of the English counties of Kent and Worcestershire )
  • The Gateway To Europe ( Nickname of Amsterdam )
  • The Grand Alliance
  • The Granite State ( Nickname of the US state of New Hampshire )
  • The Grapes Of Wrath ( John Steinbeck novel and Henry Fonda movie )
  • The Great Pacificator ( Nickname of Henry Clay )
  • The Great Wen ( Nickname of London England )
  • The Heart Of Europe ( Nickname of Prague Czech Republic )
  • The Houses of Parliament ( tourist attraction in London England )
  • The Last Time I Saw Paris ( Elizabeth Taylor movie )
  • The Moscow on the Charles ( Nickname of Cambridge Massachusetts )
  • The Old Lady of Threadneedle Street ( Nickname of The Bank of England )
  • The People's Republic Of Cambridge ( Nickname of Cambridge Massachusetts )
  • The People's Republic of South Yorkshire ( Nickname of Sheffield England )
  • The Pittsburgh Of The South ( Nickname of Birmingham Alabama )
  • The Royal Botanic Gardens ( tourist attraction in Kew England )
  • The Sick Man of Europe ( Nickname of Turkey )
  • The Smoke ( Nickname of London England )
  • The Socialist Republic Of South Yorkshire ( Nickname of Sheffield England )
  • The Square Mile ( Nickname of The City of London )
  • The Steel City ( Nickname of Sheffield England )
  • The Tower of London ( tourist attraction in England )
  • The Virgin Queen ( Nickname of Queen Elizabeth I )
  • The White Cliffs of Dover ( tourist attraction in England )
  • The crowned heads of Europe
  • The north south divide
  • The old country
  • The past is a foreign country: they do things differently there ( the opening line of The Go-Between )
  • The queen's English
  • The sick man of Europe
  • The streets of London are paved with gold
  • The sun never sets on the British Empire
  • They think its all over: it is now
  • This line of country
  • Treacle Town ( Nickname of Macclesfield Cheshire England )
  • Typhoo puts the T in Britain, the T that stands for taste ( Typhoo Tea advertising slogan )
  • Up the wooden hill to Bedfordshire
  • We few, we happy few, we band of brothers ( from Henry V by Shakespeare )
  • Westminster Abbey ( tourist attraction in London England )
  • Whether you think you can, or you think you can't, you're right ( Henry Ford quotation )
  • While in Europe, pick up an ugly European ( Volkswagen advertising slogan )
  • Who's Afraid Of Virginia Woolf? ( Elizabeth Taylor movie )
  • Windsor Castle ( tourist attraction in England )
  • Yeah but, no but ( A catchphrase from Little Britain )
  • Yeah, I know ( A catchphrase from Little Britain )
  • Yeoman service
  • You are now free to move about the country ( Southwest Airlines advertising slogan )
  • You'll never put a better bit of butter on your knife ( Country Life butter advertising slogan )
  • Your country needs you

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