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The United Kingdom of Great Britain
HE U I ED KI GDOM OF GREA BRI AI he U i ed Ki gdom of Grea Bri ai a d or her Irela d si ce 1922 i cludes E gla d, Sco la d, Wales, or her Irela d a d a lo of smaller isla ds. Bri ish Isles are a group of isla ds lyi g off he or h-wes of Europe. E gla d, Wales a d Sco la d are i Grea Bri ai . or her Irela d is si ua ed i he or h-eas er par of Irela d. he larger par of Irela d is he Irish Republic. &quo ;Bri a ia&quo ; is he a cie ame of Bri ai . he U i ed Ki gdom is washed by he or h Sea i he eas , he E glish Cha el a d he S rai of Dover i he sou h, he A la ic Ocea i he or h. I he wes he U i ed Ki gdom is separa ed from he Irish Republic by he Irish Sea a d he or h Cha el. he o al area of he cou ry is 94,249 square miles, a d i s popula io is 57 millio people. he UK is a isla d s a e: i is composed of 5,500 isla ds, large a d small. he wo mai isla ds are Grea Bri ai (i which are E gla d, Wales a d Sco la d ) o he eas a d Irela d (i which are or her Irela d a d he i depe de Irish Republic) o he wes . E glish is he official la guage of he U i ed Ki gdom. he i habi a s of he cou ry are he E glish, he Welsh, he Sco s a d he Irish; hese four a io ali ies have heir ow la guage a d cul ure. he capi al of he whole cou ry is Lo do (7 ml ); he capi al of Wales is Cardiff (284 h); he capi al of Sco la d is Edi burgh (470 h); he capi al of or her Irela d is Belfas (440 h). here are 46 u iversi ies i Bri ai . he oldes a d bes k ow are loca ed i Oxford, Cambridge, Lo do , Edi burgh. he clima e of he U i ed Ki gdom is classified as empera e, cool. All par s of he Bri ish Isles ge a lo of rai s i all seaso s. I is o very cold i wi er a d ever very ho i summer. he average empera ure i wi er is 5C° a d i summer is 20°C. he chief rivers of he cou ry are: he Sever ( he lo ges ), he hames, he re , he Clyde a d he Mersey. he seas arou d he cou ry provide good fishi g grou ds. here are 6 beau iful lakes i E gla d, his par is called &quo ;Lake Dis ric &quo ;. Wi dermere is he larges amo g hem. Sco la d also has a lo of lakes which are called &quo ;lochs&quo ; here. he larges lake i he whole cou ry is si ua ed i or her Isla d, i is Loch eagh. O e of he mos a rac ive lake i Wales is Vyr wy. hese admirable places a rac ouris s from differe cou ries. he surface of E gla d a d or her Irela d is fla , bu Sco la d a d Wales are mou ai ous. he Pemurie Ra ge i or her E gla d a d he Cambria Mou ai s i Wales are ra her low. Lowla d Bri ai is a rich plai wi h chalk a d limes o e hills. he highes mou ai op i he cou ry is Be evis i Highla ds of Sco la d , i is 1343 me res. he seco d highes mou ai is i Wales, i is S owdo , i is 1085 me ers high. Ma y par s of he cou ry have beau iful gree meadows a d hills. he fau a of he Bri ish Isles is similar o ha of Europe. he umber of such large a imals as bear, rei deer is very small. Here o e fi ds foxes, hares, red deer, badgers, wild ca s i mos rural areas. O ers a d seals may be see o various par s of he coas . here are abou 430 ki ds of birds o he erri ory of he Bri ish Isles. Charac eris ic of he birds are sea gull, duck, goose, red grouse, dove, black cock, mou ai eagle a d o hers.
he mos umerous are blackbird, sparrow a d s arli g. Robi redbreas is he a io al bird of he cou ry. here are hree ki ds of s akes of which o ly o e is ve omous. Sea a d river fish are- rou , salmo , pike, grayli g a d so o . Fish farmi g produc io is ce ered mai ly o salmo a d rou . As for he flora of he Bri ish Isles i is rela ively poor compari g wi h ha of ma y o her cou ries. he mos commo rees are oak, beech, pi e, birch, alder; maple, elm. Hea her a d moss domi a e i he damp soils. he U i ed Ki gdom has few mi eral resources, of which he mos impor a y are coal a d oil. he larges coal fields are i E gla d a d Wales. he Welsh coal is co sidered o be he bes i he world. he oil fields are si ua ed i he or h Sea, alo g he coas of Sco la d a d E gla d. O her mi erals are a ural gas, iro ore, lead, zi c, sla e, lime s o e, chalk, copper. Me allurgy, chiefly iro a d s eel, is vi al o o her key i dus ries such as shipbuildi g, ship-repairi g, au omobile a d aircraf i dus ries, mecha ical e gi eeri g, elec rical e gi eeri g. Elec ro ics, pri i g, pharmaceu ics are he larges of all ma ufac uri g sec ors. Produc io of ex iles is spread hroughou he cou ry a d Bri ish wool is well-k ow i he world. A he same ime he ex ile machi ery i dus ry is a impor a sec or of Bri ish i dus ry. he U i ed Ki gdom ow is o e of he larges expor er of ma ufac ured goods. hough he U i ed Ki gdom is a highly developed i dus rial cou ry, agricul ure remai s he major sec or of eco omy. he chief agricul ural produc s of Bri ai are whea , barley, oa s, po a oes, sugar-bee , milk, beef, mu o a d lamb. Bri ai has a lo g radi io of sheep produc io . Sheep ca be see i ma y par s of E gla d a d Sco la d. ow he cou ry ca boas of more ha 40 breeds . Bri ish poul ry i dus ry is growi g quickly, a d pig produc io is o be fou d i mos par s of Bri ai . he hor icul ural i dus ry produces a lo of frui , vege ables a d flowers. Sco la d is k ow for i s large raspberry pla a io s i he world. S rawberry is widely grow . i E gla d. Black curra s is grow i all par s of he cou ry. he raisi g of flowers is very popular ow. I E gla d you ca see fields of ulips s re ched for miles. Mushrooms are also grow i specially co s ruc ed sheds i ma y par s of he cou ry. he U i ed Ki gdom is a parliame ary mo archy. he cou ry has o Co s i u io , bu a se of laws. he head of he cou ry is he Quee . he official reside ce of Quee Elizabe h he II is Bucki gham Palace. he Royal S a dard flyi g over he Bucki gham Palace is he sig ha he Quee is i he reside ce ; he abse ce of he Royal S a dard mea s ha he Quee is abse . Every year 6 millio pou ds is spe for keepi g o mo archy. Every hi g i he cou ry officially is do e i he ame of he Quee . he Quee 's image appears o s amps, o es a d coi s. Bri ish Parliame si s i he Palace of Wes mi s er i he ce er of Lo do . here are wo owers i he Palace of Wes mi s er: he Vic oria ower a d he Clock ower (called Big Be ). he Bri ish Flag (called he U io Jack) flyi g from he Vic oria ower shows ha Parliame is i sessio . he ligh i he Clock ower also i dica es ha Parliame is i sessio .
he Quee 's power is limi ed by Parliame , which co sis s of he House of Commo s a d he House of Lords. he Quee e ers he Palace of Wes mi s er o ly o he day of he ope i g of Parliame a he begi i g of a sessio . She makes her speech from he hro e i he House of Lords. he members of he House of Commo s, are elec ed by he popula io for a period of five years. here are 651 members of he House of Commo s, mos of hem are professio al poli icia s, lawyer ;. he members of he House of Commo s belo g o differe poli ical par ies. he Speaker is he chairma of all he deba es i he House of Commo s. His du y is o keep order. He si s o a beau iful chair, a gif from Aus ralia a d Ca ada o Mo her Cou ry. he Speaker is elec ed by he Members of he House of Commo s. He ever vo es wi h o her members. he gover me of he cou ry is formed by he par y which has he majori y of members elec ed o Parliame . he Quee appoi s i s leader he Prime Mi is er. As he head of he Gover me he Prime Mi is er appoi s abou 100 mi is ers, of whom abou 20 are i he Cabi e . he Bri ish Gover me is i he Whi ehall. he Prime Mi is er of he cou ry is respo sible for he policy co duc ed by Parliame . As for he House of Lords ma y people co sider his sys em u democra ic because he umber of Lords is 1000-1200 bu hey are o elec ed by he popula io . he House of Lords co sis s of pri ces, marquises, viscou s, baro s, peers, Bishops of he Church. he chairma of he House of Lords is he Lord Cha cellor, he si s o he wool sack, a large bag of wool, covered wi h a red clo h. his shows ha wool made E gla d rich. he House of Lords has o real power bu ac s ra her as advisory cou cil for he House of Commo s. he sessio i Parliame begi s a he e d of Oc ober a d las s for abou 160 days. here are hree mai poli ical par ies i he U i ed Ki gdom: he Labour, he Co serva ive a d he Liberal par ies. O e of he oldes flags i he world is he Bri ish o e. I s crosses s a d for he pa ro sai s of E gla d (S . George's flag which has a red cross wi h ex e ded horizo als o a whi e field), Sco la d (S . A drew's flag which has a whi e cross o a blue field), a d Irela d (S . Pa rick's flag which has a red cross o a whi e field). he arms of he crosses do o mee a he ce er. Some his oria s say ha he Bri ish flag go he ame of U io Jack from James 1 u der whom Sco la d a d E gla d were u i ed i he 17 h ce ury. he a io al a hem of he cou ry is &quo ; God Save he Quee &quo ;. Ques io s 1 .Wha is he official ame of Grea Bri ai ? 2. Where is i si ua ed? 3. Wha par s does i co sis of? 4. Wha erri ory does he U i ed Ki gdom occupy? 5. Why is he clima e of he Bri ish Isles milder ha ha o e of he Co i e ?, 6. he U i ed Ki gdom is a highly developed i dus rial cou ry is ' i ? Prove bi . 7.Are here a y famous educa io al es ablishme s i Grea Bri ai ? 8.Wha ca you say abou he poli ical sys em of he cou ry 9.Wha ci y is he capi al of Grea Bri ai ? 10. Who is he Prime Mi is er of Grea Bri ai ? WHO ARE - HE BRI ISH? Are hey o e people? How did hey evolve? How ma y are here? Wha are heir righ s? Wha jobs do hey do? How do hey live? Wha -do hey believe? Wha do hey e joy? he a swers o hese ques io s provide a broad profile of ordi ary ci ize s livi g i Bri ai oday - heir radi io s, aspira io s, ale s, differe ces a d habi s.
Unlike grand jury proceedings in the United States, which are closed to everyone except those subpoenaed, death inquests in Great Britain are open to the public. In an 1854 treatise on the office and duties of coroners, it was noted that while it may be illegal to publish evidence that could prove important in the trial, these facts were routinely published anyway and benefitted the public. Details might serve as a deterrent, and by knowing the facts - especially when there are no suspects - the public becomes part of the investigative team. Someone might read about the case and realize that he or she has helpful information to add. Whether this reasoning is valid or not, coroners' inquisitions and even ex parte proceedings were usually fair game to journalists in 1888, as long as their reporting was truthful and balanced. As appalling as this may seem to anyone unaccustomed to the publication of evidence and testimony before the actual trial, were it not for Britain's open policy there would be virtually no detailed death investigation records of Jack the Ripper's crimes
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