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VisitBritain: The Official Tourism Website of Great Britain.
Getting to Britain. What you need to know about visiting the UK from the EU, EEA or Switzerland. Travelling to the UK by sea, rail and coach. Travelling to the UK by air. Travel by Eurostar train. Passport and visa requirements for entering the UK.
Welcome to GOV.UK.
Voting, community participation, life in the UK, international projects. Crime, justice and thelaw. Legal processes, courts and the police. Includes carers, your rights, benefits and the Equality Act. Driving and transport. Includes vehicle tax, MOT and driving licences. Education and learning. Includes student loans, admissions and apprenticeships. Includes pay, contracts, hiring and redundancies. Environment and countryside. Includes flooding, recycling and wildlife. Housing and local services. Owning or renting and council services. Money and tax. Includes debt and SelfAssessment. Passports, travel and livingabroad. Includes renewing passports and travel advice by country. Visas and immigration. Apply to visit, work, study, settle or seek asylum in theUK. Working, jobs andpensions. Includes holidays, finding a job and redundancy. Find out what the government is doing. Departments, agencies and public bodies. Research and statistics. Reports, analysis and official statistics. News stories, speeches, letters and notices. Policy papers and consultations. Consultations and strategy. Guidance and regulation. Detailed guidance, regulations and rules. Data, Freedom of Information releases and corporate reports. Departments and organisations. 23 Ministerial departments. 400 Other agencies and public bodies. War in Ukraine. Find out about the UK's' response to the Russian government's' invasion of Ukraine and how you can help.
Europe: United Kingdom The World Factbook Central Intelligence Agency.
Citizenship: This entry provides information related to the acquisition and exercise of citizenship; it includes four subfields: citizenship by birth describes the acquisition of citizenship based on place of birth, known as Jus soli, regardless of the citizenship of parents.
United Kingdom - Wikipedia.
60 59 Usage is mixed: the UK Government prefers to use the term UK" rather than Britain" or British" on its own website except when referring to embassies, 61 while acknowledging that both terms refer to the United Kingdom and that elsewhere British" government" is used at least as frequently as United" Kingdom government. 62 The UK Permanent Committee on Geographical Names recognises United" Kingdom, UK" and U.K" as shortened and abbreviated geopolitical terms for the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland in its toponymic guidelines; it does not list Britain" but notes that it" is only the one specific nominal term 'Great' Britain'' which invariably excludes Northern Ireland.
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland - Wikipedia.
After the defeat of France in the Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars 1792-1815, the UK emerged as the principal naval and imperial power of the 19th century with London the largest city in the world from about 1830. 84 Unchallenged at sea, British dominance was later described as Pax Britannica British" Peace, a period of relative peace in Europe and the world 1815-1914.
UK Financial Times. Financial Times.
UK ready to abandon EUs €95bn science fund in Brexit dispute. More air travel chaos looms and UK rail passengers face prospect of disruption. Demand 'falls' off cliff for CFA financial analyst qualification. Ryanair forces South African customers to prove ID with Afrikaans test.
United Kingdom - Wikitravel.
a visitor studying for up to 6 months, you should not transit through Ireland unless you possess a valid UK visa or entry clearance permitting a stay of more than three months or intend to stay in the UK for fewer than three months.
'Incredible' protest'' planned for Trump visit to UK Donald Trump The Guardian.
It is our duty as citizens to speak out, the group has said. We oppose this state visit to the UK and commit ourselves to one of the biggest demonstrations in British history, to make very clear to our government, and to the world, that this is not in our name.

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