Do Many Irish family unite Any of the British Army colleges?

E.g Harrogate
Answers:
In Britain, there are virtually none, unless you consider British people of Irish descent (i.e. their parents or grandparents are/were Irish).

In Northern Ireland, around 30-40 people a year from the Republic have combined since the Good Friday Agreement. That peaked about 2 or 3 years ago, but is declining again.

For unconcealed cultural and historical reasons, it isn't (and never will be) a popular career choice for Irish ancestors. Most of those who do join are from poor backgrounds - they simply do it for the money. (Many of the above-mentioned applicants hold previously been rejected by the Irish Army, where the wage is higher but, because of it's smaller size and stricter entry requirements, is much harder to get into.) Source(s): Reality.

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