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Its called English for a reason... ...its our way, or no way! <----- *Britain.... England isnt the only place in the UK!

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Great Britain is the official name given to the two kingdoms of England and Scotland, and the principality of Wales. The United Kingdom (UK) includes these areas as well as Northern Ireland. Britain refers to only England and Wales, though some will shorten Great Britain with this term.

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from Forever Amber

Blog Design Tips for Beginners

Blog Design Tips For Beginners | Just starting out with your blog and totally stuck on design? Check out this post for blog design tips perfect for the beginner.

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from House to Home

Modern kitchen extensions - our pick of the best

This fabulous side extension is dissected by glass where the existing property meets the new addition, bringing natural light into the full depth of the kitchen and creating a striking architectural feature

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This is no movie setting, it is a real street in York, UK. It's called The Shambles & Little Shambles, full of little quaint shops.

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Breaking it down by types of scam and the destinations where the crime is most common, justtheflight.co.uk has picked out the most popular ones.
from Mail Online

The top 40 tourist scams to watch out for this summer

Breaking it down by types of scam and the destinations where the crime is most common, justtheflight.co.uk has picked out the most popular ones.

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Bury St Edmunds Abbey ruins, Suffolk, England, UK. In 1214, the Archbishop of Canterbury and 25 barons swore at the high altar that they would make King John sign the charter that would become Magna Carta. He signed it (under protest) at Runnymede the following year. The top and bottom photos show the high altar where the barons made their vow; the middle engravings mark the spot and list the 25 barons. The town’s motto is “Shrine of a King; Cradle of the Law”.

Bury St Edmunds Abbey ruins, Suffolk, England, UK. In 1214, the Archbishop of Canterbury and 25 barons swore at the high altar that they would make King John sign the charter that would become Magna Carta. He signed it (under protest) at Runnymede the following year. The top and bottom photos show the high altar where the barons made their vow; the middle engravings mark the spot and list the 25 barons. The town’s motto is “Shrine of a King; Cradle of the Law”.

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