There were 64.6 million people living in the United Kingdom in 2014, according to the latest official population statistics. Additionally, as of March 2015, the annual net migration rate of the United Kingdom is 330,000. More »

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Ways to find people in the United Kingdom include searching the electoral roll, looking at land registry titles and searching for company directors. Sites such as the White Pages and the National Archives are also availa... More »

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There is no legal minimum age required to babysit in the United Kingdom. However, if a parent leaves a child with someone under the age of 16, that parent is still legally responsible for the child. More »

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The United Kingdom is located in the Northern, Eastern, and Western Hemispheres. This is due to its position on the Prime Meridian, which runs through London and separates the Eastern and Western Hemispheres. More »

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As of 2015, the United Kingdom is comprised of four countries: England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. England, Wales and Scotland make up the island of Great Britain. Northern Ireland is sometimes classified as a... More »

As of 2014, there are 20,051 care homes, nursing homes and residential homes officially registered in the United Kingdom, with several more said to be coming soon. There are also 1,669 extra care homes that are not offic... More »

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The major landforms in the United Kingdom include mountain ranges, marshland, beaches, cliffs, lakes and gorges. The topography of each country differs slightly. More »