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Do you know about England, Britain, Great Britain and the UK ?

Wednesday - July 4, 2018 11:07 am , Category : WTN SPECIAL

Because you need to know!

JULY 04 (WTN) - You may have heard many times, England, Britain, Great Britain and UK (United Kingdom). By listening to these four names, you might think many times why there are four different names. Let us tell you, what is the difference among England, Britain, Great Britain and UK? Actually its full name is 'United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland'.

Let’s first talk about 'UK'. ‘UK’ means 'United Kingdom'. For your information, let you know that England, Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales come in 'UK'. The group of these four is called 'UK' or 'United Kingdom'.

Now tell you about 'Great Britain'. The league of England, Scotland and Wales is called 'Great Britain'. These three are different provinces. These three provinces have its own parliament, but decisions on issues like foreign policy and security taken by the federal parliament of Great Britain.

You must have heard the word 'Britain'. For your information, let you know that this name comes from the word 'Britania' used in Roman times. 'Britain' is formed by combining England and Wales. But over time, the use of the word 'Britain' is less so now.

Now let us tell you about 'England'. The capital of England is London. Like England, Scotland and Wales have its own separate football and cricket team. These teams do not include players from other provinces. The capital of Northern Ireland is Belfast. The capital of Scotland is Edinburgh and Cardiff is the capital of Wales. English being common language here, but there is a difference of accent in England, Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales.
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