9 things you shouldn't do in England

Jessica Brown@Jessica_E_Brown
Saturday 10 June 2017 14:00
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There are definitely some unspoken rules of etiquette in England - but, typically, the English will never explicitly tell you when you break them.

We'll just tut or roll our eyes.

Luckily, reddit is on hand to let you know. If you're planning a trip to Blighty, here's what you need to know.

1. Watch out for the guards

2. Keep your pockets empty

3. Respect the queues

4. Don't imitate our head of state

5. Don't venture too far

6. Remember to duck

7. Leave the accent alone

8. Be careful with your attire

9. Always be prepared

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