|United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland|
|Motto: "Dieu et mon droit" (French)
"God and my right"
|Singsing: "God Save the Queen"
|Largest konurbesion (populesion)||Greater London|
|Tokples bilong gavman||Tok Inglis (de facto)|
|Recognised regional languages||Tok Aialan, Tok Skotlanik Alsta, Tok Skotlan, Tok Skotis Gelik, Tok Wels, Tok Konwol|
|Nem bilong manmeri||Britis, Briten|
|Gavman||Konstistusional monasi (Parliamentary democracy)|
|-||Monas||HM Queen Elizabeth II|
|-||Praim Minista||Boris Johnson|
|-||Acts of Union||May 1, 1707|
|-||Act of Union||January 1, 1801|
|-||Anglo-Irish Treaty||April 12, 1922|
|EU accession||January 1, 1973|
|-||Olgeta|| 244,820 km2 (79th)
94,526 sq mi
|-||mid-2006 estimate||60,587,300 (22nd)|
|GDP (PPP)||2006 estimate|
|-||Olgeta||$2.006 trillion (6th)|
|-||Long wanwan manmeri||$35,051 (11th)|
|GDP (nominal)||2006 estimate|
|-||Olgeta||$2.373 trillion (5th)|
|-||Long wanwan manmeri||$38,624 (13th)|
|Gini (1999)||36.8 (medium)|
|HDI (2006)||0.940 (high) (18th)|
|Karansi||Pound sterling (£) (
|Taim hap||GMT (UTC+0)|
|-||Sama (DST)||BST (UTC+1)|
|^ In the United Kingdom and Dependencies, some other languages have been officially recognised as legitimate autochthonous (regional) languages under the European Charter for Regional or Minority Languages. In each of these, the UK's official name is as follows:
Templet:Lang-kw; Templet:Lang-ga; Templet:Lang-sco; Templet:Lang-gd; Templet:Lang-cy.
^ This is the royal motto. In Scotland, the royal motto is the Latin phrase Nemo Me Impune Lacessit ("No-one provokes me with impunity"). There is also a variant form of the coat-of-arms for use in Scotland; see Royal coat of arms of the United Kingdom.
^ See #Symbols below. It also serves as the Royal anthem.
^ English is established by de facto usage. In Wales, the Bwrdd yr Iaith Gymraeg is tasked with ensuring that, "in the conduct of public business and the administration of justice, the English and Welsh languages should be treated on a basis of equality". The Bòrd na Gàidhlig is tasked with "securing the status of the Gaelic language as an official language of Scotland commanding equal respect to the English language".
^ Under the European Charter for Regional or Minority Languages the Welsh, Scottish Gaelic, Cornish, Irish, Ulster Scots and Scots languages are officially recognised as Regional or Minority languages by the UK Government. See also Languages in the United Kingdom.
^ CIA Factbook. Official estimate provided by the UK Office for National Statistics.
^ ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 is GB, but .gb is practically unused. The .eu domain is also shared with other European Union member states.
Ol kantri[senisim | edit source]
Ol referens[senisim | edit source]
- UK population grows to 60.6 million. Office for National Statistics. Retrieved on August 22, 2007.
- Welsh Language. Welsh Assembly. Retrieved on 2007-03-09.
- Welsh Language Act 1993. Office of Public Sector Information. Retrieved on 2007-03-09.
- Gaelic Language (Scotland) Act 2005. Office of Public Sector Information. Retrieved on 2007-03-09.
- Scottish Executive"European Charter for Regional or Minority Languages" Updated 13/06/06 retrieved 23/08/07
- Population Estimates. Office for National Statistics. Retrieved on 2007-03-09.
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