And yet, my passport refers to British citizens. People take citizenship tests and become (at least in popular usage) UK citizens. Children take lessons in citizenship at school - whatever that means. Are these loose expressions, or is it possible to be a citizen of the UK and a subject of the queen at one and the same time? Is it possible to be the former but not the latter? Is there a way I can opt out of being a subject (I sure as hell didn't opt in)?
On the other hand, isn't there something strangely appealing about the idea of seeing children take mandatory lessons in Subjection?