I found this collection to be very odd. There's no songs that I dislike, exactly, but I listened to this CD expecting one of two things: 1) a collection of tunes that make people think of Britain, or 2) a collection of popular hits by British artists.
What I got was a very peculiar mixture of the two. On one hand, you have patriotic classics like Rule Britannia and Jerusalem, on the other you have Summer Holiday and You Don't Have To Say You Love Me. Hymns and pop charts? Something doesn't seem quite right there, or maybe it's just me. It felt like they didn't have quite enough Auld Lang Syne and White Cliffs of Dover to make two CDs, so they added a few random bits onto the second CD to make it up. Personally, I think there are better collections around to celebrate the jubilee and Britain in general.