'Answers' American or 'Answers' British ?

I'm permanently signed in to Yahoo UK however, whenever I go to 'Answers', I always find myself in the US Answers with participants talking about Democrats and Republicans and everything American.  How do I go to Answers UK, please.  Thank you.

Update:

Likewise, I could not place this question in the News & Events/Current Events section.  It always ends up in 'Yahoo Products'.   Again please help.  Thank you.

Update 2:

It's unfortunate that Yahoo seem to want to commit suicide.  I had not been to 'Answers' for about 5 yrs so I thank you all for updating me.  In that case it's 'good bye' to 'Answers' too. I'm always eager to discuss matters that pertain to the UK and uninterested in finding discussions about Biden, Trump, 'the primary', the American elections circus. It's now all lumped into one, English language.  We come here to discuss issues pertaining to the UK not discuss English grammar.  Thank you again

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  • Anonymous
    4 months ago
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    I don't think  you can control it like that (I am in UK but this is presently in Australia answers). You could try changing the URL to uk.answers but I doubt it makes much difference: the questions seem to be the same on all English-speaking sites. For many sections it is important to know what country people are in as the laws, and the advice, are going to be different. But it is quite amusing to see how distorted the Americans view of Blighty is.

  • 4 months ago

    British but, it makes no difference anymore, it's all lumped into one, English language. Of course harrison, hasn't got rid of the trolls, after all, he is still here and so is his little pet, the Manx moron.

  • 4 months ago

    Now it's just 'answers'. 

    Source(s): Mustached gun toting cowboy fashion victim across the pond
  • Anonymous
    4 months ago

    It is Yahoo International

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  • Tavy
    Lv 7
    4 months ago

    Answers is now ALL English speaking countries. We lost our UK site many years ago. Even then we had US Q&A. Clicking on UK just brings up the leaderboards which are months out of date.

  • 4 months ago

    When I do a search for Yahoo, it automatically brings up several sites, one of which is Yahoo UK, I always choose this option.  It's annoying enough that the Yanks have taken over the Politics section with their constant rants about 'Libtards' or taking the piss out of tRump!

  • ?
    Lv 7
    4 months ago

    For quite a few years now all English speaking countries have been on one site,the only difference is each country has its own top 10 answerers on the right hand side. Also the advertising is different country to country. With me it keeps changing to the US site and as I am on the UK top 10 answer's, and like to look at myself and how I have beaten a decades worth of Trolls. (I am still here and they are gone) I switch it back to the UK & Ireland site (right hand bottom of the page; international sites) One has to be persistent with them these days.

  • 4 months ago

    @ Anonymous... (an Australian  Yahoo'er)...  I've done that and I keep ending up in the American section. Annoying, to say the least.  Being in London what do I care about discussing Democrats or Republicans or American 'football' Here is my ULR for you to try and thanks again:

    https://uk.answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20...

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