More Britons travelled abroad last year than any other nationality, according to official data from the international trade body for aviation. In 2018, 126.2 million passengers were British…

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Compared to many other parts of the world, our traditional food honestly is quite bland. If you are used to Indian, Malay or Thai food, British food just…

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The first governor was Sir John Houblon, who is depicted in the £50 note issued in 1994. The charter was renewed in 1742, 1764, and 1781. Who founded…

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Rulers like the two Georges are ‘leechlike’ in that, like a blood-sucking leech (used in the old days of medicine to suck ‘bad blood’ from the patient), they…

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The latest data from the 2011 census recorded that 48.4% of Londoners considered themselves to be Christian, 12.39% considered themselves Muslim, 5% Hindu, 1.82% Jewish, 1.5% Sikh, 1%…

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State schools are government-funded and provide free education to pupils in the UK. There are various types of state schools, such as local authority controlled maintained schools, academies…

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According to Simon Inglis’s definitive work, Football Grounds Of Britain, the three highest league grounds above sea level belong to West Bromwich Albion, Port Vale and Oldham Athletic….

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One of the most influential monarchies in the history of England began in 1066 C.E. with the Norman Conquest led by William, the Duke of Normandy. Who led…

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Age UK Years US/International Grades 10 – 11 Year 6 Middle School 11 – 12 Year 7 12 – 13 Year 8 13 – 14 Year 9 What…

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It took five decades after the Statute of Westminster for Canada to make its final step toward full sovereignty. In 1982, it adopted its own constitution and became…

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