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By Octave, Samih, Maysân, Elysée and Elisa

United Kingdom: A Disunited Kingdom?

Index

1. Definition of important terms

7. Exemples

2. England

3. Ireland

4.Scotland

5. Wales

6. To what extent has the ‘union’ been challenged over time?

8. Thanks

What are " parliamentary democracy”, “constitutional monarchy” and “devolution” ?

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  • Parlimantary Democracy : Political regime, where the parlement have legislatif and executif powers. Indirect democracy
  • Constitutional Monarchy : Every political système where the peoples are sovereign
  • Devolution : Juridic term, meaning that something is transmitted

Definitions

  • Capital City : London
  • Main cities : Manchester, Birmingham, Liverpool
  • Pop : 55,98 millions
  • Type of legislative power: Parlimentary
  • First minister’s name : Boris Johnson
  • Nationalist party’s name : BNP (British National Party)
  • Culture and Tradition : Football, Tea, Double-decker bus, Shakespeare, bad food

England

Scottland

  • Capital City : Ediburgh
  • Main cities : Iverness, Dundee
  • Pop : 5, 45 millions
  • Type of legislative power: parlimantary
  • First minister’s name : Nicola Sturgeon
  • Nationalist party’s name : SNP (Scottish National Party)
  • Culture and Tradition : Highland Games, Scotch, bagpipes

Northern Ireland

  • Capital City : Belfast
  • Main cities : Londondeny, Bangor
  • Pop : 1,85 millions
  • Type of legislative power: Assembly
  • First minister’s name : No ministry currently
  • Nationalist party’s name : Sinn Féin
  • Culture and Tradition : Clover, Saint-Patrick, Pubs , Guiness Beer

Wales

  • Capital City : Cardiff
  • Main cities :Newport, Swansea
  • Pop : 3 milions
  • Type of legislative power: Assembly
  • First minister’s name : Mark Drakeford
  • Nationalist party’s name : Plaid Cymru
  • Culture and Tradition : Gaelic Football, Bullet for my bloody valentine, Daffodils and leeks

To what extent has the 'union' been challenged over time ?

In 1937, Scottland and Wales gained a degree of self government : the Devolution

In 2014 Scootish government demand ed a referendum for independance wich is lost 45% to 55%

Unlike English and Welsh voters, , Scotland and Nothern Ireland voted to stay in EU, there has been protests

Thanks!

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