England and Wales (Welsh: Lloegr a Chymru) is a legal jurisdiction covering England and Wales, two of the four nations of the United Kingdom. "England and Wales" forms the constitutional successor to the former Kingdom of England and follows a single legal system, known as English law.
Wales, Scotland, England and Cornwall are considered constituent nations of the UK. Northern Ireland is a bit more problematic, it takes a lot of its claim to separate nationhood within the UK from being part of Ireland along with the Republic of Ireland.
The two form part of the same country, the United Kingdom. Wales was divided into a number of separate areas or kingdoms around the year 490, the largest of these being Gwynedd in northwest Wales ...
I find it extremely annoying and quite frankly ignorant, that TPTB refer to The United Kingdom as one country. The U.K. is NOT a country. I have found caches in three different countries; England, (where I am from) Wales, (where I currently reside) and Scotland (which I visited).
England is a country. but so is Wales, and Scotland. Ireland is a divided country, there is Northern Ireland - part of the United Kingdom, and the greater part which is the Republic of Eire and that is nothing to do with the UK - beyond a very close proximity and friend - It is the UK’s only land border with a foreign country.
Wales is a country that is part of the United Kingdom. Constitutionally, the UK is a de jure unitary state, its parliament and government in Westminster. In the House of Commons – the lower house of the UK parliament – Wales is represented by 40 MPs (out of 650) from Welsh constituencies.
England, Scotland and Wales, along with Northern Ireland are all countries in their own right which also exist as part of the country known as the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern ...
“Scotland, England, Wales, and Northern Ireland are not independent countries but are four somewhat autonomous regions which are part of the country known as the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland or just United Kingdom for short” – geography.about.com “ENGLAND is one of the countries of Britain.
Wales on the wane. The prospects for the survival of Wales as a separate country were already extraordinarily bleak by 1100. Contemporaries had no doubt that its days were numbered.
Wales is a country in its own right. It is part of Great Britain that is situated in Europe. The other countries in Great Britain are England and Scotland. The capital of Wales is Cardiff. The population of the country speak English and Welsh. Saint David is the patron saint of Wales. Wales has its own national anthem.