Please forward this error screen to the united nations and changing world politics pdf. Two islands to the north-west of continental Europe. Highlight
Please forward this error screen to the united nations and changing world politics pdf. Two islands to the north-west of continental Europe. Highlighted are the larger island and the north-eastern fifth of the smaller island to the west. It has the fifth largest economy in the world.
Around 65 million people live in the UK. England, is the second biggest country. English but is different from it. Not everyone in Wales can speak Welsh, but almost everyone can speak English. Celtic language, or Ulster Scots, a dialect of the language spoken in Scotland. Between the 17th and mid 20th-centuries, Britain was a world power. The UK had a dominating empire named the British Empire.
At its height in 1922, more than 458 million people lived in the British Empire, one-fifth of the Earth’s population. Its area was 13,012,000 sq mi, almost a quarter of the Earth’s land area. The British Empire was often called ‘the empire on which the sun never sets’, that describes a large empire, because the sun is always shining on at least one of its territories. Britain was a changing collection of tribal areas, with no overall leader. Rome ruled in Britain from 44AD to 410AD, but they only ruled England and Wales. This union between England and Scotland in 1707 formed the United Kingdom of Great Britain, which merged Scotland and England into one country.
He became king of England as well as king of Scotland. In that year laws were passed in Great Britain and Ireland to merge the two states. Though the monarchy was restored after his death, the Crown slowly became the secondary power, and Parliament the first. But in 1928, all adults, male and female, got the vote: this is called universal suffrage. Parliament is in London, but it has power over the whole of the UK. Scotland has the self named Scottish Parliament.
The Welsh have an assembly and the Northern Irish have Stormount. There isn’t an individual English parliament representing the views of only English regions. Conservative Party, Labour Party, the Scottish National Party and the Liberal Democrats. Members of the same party agree to act and vote more or less together. Because the government has a majority in Parliament, it can normally control what laws are passed. United Kingdom is changeable and unpredictable. Summers are moderately warm, winters are cool to cold.
Even though she is the head of state, she does not actually govern the country. The House of Commons is the most powerful part. It is where Members of Parliament sit. The Prime Minister sits here as well, because they are a Member of Parliament. The people who sit in the House of Lords are called peers: they are not chosen by the people. Most peers are now appointed by the government. Scotland has its own devolved Parliament with power to make laws on things like education, health and Scottish law.
Northern Ireland and Wales have their own devolved Assemblies which have some powers but less than the Scottish parliament. The UK Parliament remains sovereign and it could end the devolved administrations at any time. The UK has a military of around 223,000 people, not including reserve forces. It is also still seen as a great military power. For it was the wealthiest country at the time. Britain continued to be the biggest manufacturing economy in the world until 1908 and the largest economy until the 1920s. 1950s and 1960s reduced its leading role in global affairs.
He wrote plays in the late 16th century. English language literature is written by authors from many countries. Welsh culture to international attention. England, Northern Ireland, Scotland, and Wales have separate, but similar, systems of education. They all have rules that education is required from ages five to eighteen, except for in Scotland where school departure is allowed from the age of sixteen. Many children attend state schools and other children attend private schools.
Golden Triangle’ of UK universities. Major routes developed in the mid 20th Century were made to the needs of the motor car. 1960s and 1970s and links together major towns and cities. It was built mostly during the Victorian era. The newest part of the network connects London to the Channel Tunnel from St Pancras station and is built to the same standard as the French TGV system.
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