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  1. The United Kingdom is a constitutional monarchy and parliamentary democracy. [m] [25] Its capital and largest city is London, the capital of England, a global city and financial centre with a population of over 14 million people. Edinburgh, Cardiff and Belfast are the national capitals of Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland respectively.

  2. El Reino Unido (en inglés: United Kingdom), [nota 1] o de forma abreviada R. U. (UK en inglés), oficialmente Reino Unido de Gran Bretaña e Irlanda del Norte (en inglés: United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland), [nota 2] es un país soberano e insular ubicado al noroeste de la Europa continental.

  3. The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland or simply the United Kingdom ( UK) is a sovereign country in Western Europe. It is a constitutional monarchy that is made up of four separate countries: England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. It is a member of the United Nations, the Commonwealth, NATO, the G8, and formerly the EU.

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    * Figures for gross value added do not include oil and gas revenues generated beyond the UK's territorial waters, in the country's continental shelf region.

    According to the British Social Attitudes Survey, there are broadly two interpretations of British identity, with ethnic and civic dimensions: Of the two perspectives of British identity, the civic definition has become the dominant idea and in this capacity, Britishness is sometimes considered an institutional or overarching state identity. This h...

    Each of England, Northern Ireland, Scotland, and Wales has separate national governing bodies for sports and competes separately in many international sporting competitions. Each country of the United Kingdom has a national football team, and competes as a separate national team in the various disciplines in the Commonwealth Games. At the Olympic G...

    Gallagher, Michael (2006). The United Kingdom Today. London, England: Franklin Watts. ISBN 978-0-7496-6488-6.

  4. The history of the United Kingdom began in the early eighteenth century with the Treaty of Union and Acts of Union. The core of the United Kingdom as a unified state came into being in 1707 with the political union of the kingdoms of England and Scotland, into a new unitary state called Great Britain.