Note that this game comes with the traditional UN disclaimer that "The flag cards are worth varying numbers of points which do not reflect in any way the importance of the countries represented."
No point for the organisers: The Union Jack flag consists of three heraldic crosses.
The cross of St George, patron saint of England since the 1270's, is a red cross on a white ground. After James I succeeded to the throne, it was combined with the cross of St. Andrew in 1606. The cross saltire of St Andrew, patron saint of Scotland, is a diagonal white cross on a blue ground. The cross saltire of St Patrick, patron saint of Ireland, is a diagonal red cross on a white ground.
This was combined with the previous Union Flag of St George and St Andrew, after the Act of Union of Ireland with England (and Wales) and Scotland on 1 January 1801, to create the Union Flag that has been flown ever since.
In the category mysterious colour, it was a delight to hear that Chartreuse was chosen. It is made in Voiron, 20 minutes from my home town in France.
The alcohol is distilled by monks of which only three know the recipe at all time. The visit of the cave is highly recommended as they distil a range of herbs and fruit that you can... hips! ... taste!
Well, that question on the star sign of St Daffid, felt like a Life in the UK test which requires learning by rote the St name days... (which is useful when it comes to the date of creation of the Union Jack!)