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In six months, the people of Scotland will cast their votes on secession from the United Kingdom.
If they vote for independence, Scots have been warned that they risk losing the pound as their currency. London could lose some control over oil and gas in the North Sea, but they might also have to say cheerio to something more symbolic – the beloved Union Jack.
You see, the current flag, which hasn't changed in over 200 years, is a mix between England's Cross of St. George, Scotland's cross of St. Andrew, and Ireland's cross of St. Patrick. If Scotland leaves the Union, would St. Andrew's cross get the boot? People sent ideas for alternatives to the U.K.'s National Flag Charity, and The Guardian asked Brits to choose from 12 options.
Should Britain: Incorporate the Welsh Flag of St. David? Slide the Welsh national flag into the corner? What about adding the Royal Coat of Arms to a modified Union Jack?
The winner? The one in the video. Well, the Brits are nothing if not traditional – Scotland's blue has simply been replaced with black. Perhaps to mourn the loss of Scotland?
Luckily many say this won't be necessary. After all, what would happen to all the British Overseas Territories (and a few countries for that matter) that include the Union Jack in their national flags?