In this case, the matter gets even more complicated. The main question is about イギリス vs. イングランド, but it also says:
And as a side question, where does the word イギリス come from?
Answers often need to elaborate on a certain aspect and may contain more details than might have been asked for. In general, should we mark a question as a duplicate of another and different question if one of its answers includes the answer?
Should such a question be marked as a duplicate? Should we edit the old question or title? Should we do something else; or nothing at all?
A few more examples:
- Question about the difference きらい vs. すきじゃない; answers include 苦手，憎む，大好き，大嫌い.
- Question about the difference 森 vs 林; answer includes vs. 森林
- Question about the meaning of も and また; the answer includes an answer to the meanings of 上(above/right/preceeding) 下(below/left/following)
- Question about ほしがる vs. ほっする; answer contains the usage of 浴【よく】する
- Question about the meaning of 可哀想 in a certain context; answer includes a paragraph on dropping the last letter ありがとう→ありがと
As a side question, I was wondering if we should we remove
side questions from questions?