Isn't that typical of the UK though. To have a flag which most people think is symmetrical and have no idea as to whether it is upside down. To have separate currency in Scotland, the Channel Islands etc., a separate legal system in Scotland. The Isle of Man, half way between NI and the mainland but not part of the UK, even the Queen of England (separately the Queen of Scotland and never making a claim to be the Queen of Wales) is not the Queen in Man but 'The Lord of Man'Something I came across yesterday amused me. Boris Johnson visiting Scotland in a "union boosting" visit was entering a port there by boat.
It was flying its Union Jack upside down, an internationally recognised signal of distress.