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Store Page. Can you recommend where we can stay in some spot in England? No worries, Chelsea. The Union of the Crowns in meant that it became one Kingdom but Scotlnd maintained a Parliament till where it went into recession, until Ireland was of course annexed and colonised by England initially and then the countries of the United Kingdom.
Ireland was an independent nation before then. These countries — Scotland, Wales and the six counties of Northern Ireland that did not become the Irish Free State because of UK Governemental inveigling , all have their own languages Scotland has two, one Celtic and one Germanic — Scots , Scotland has its own legal system, education system, parliament, customs, culture, traditions and a different political demographic.
We have our own national football teams and other teams. Wales also has its own culture, assembly soon to be a parliament , language, culture, traditions, tax raising powers.
We also have the law making powers, but not our own legal jurisdiction yet — a crazy relic of how devolution was not consistent across the UK. You nforgot to mention currency.
Scotland issues its own paper currency. Scotland is most definitely a country. England is Britain which unfortunately Scotland remains shackled to.
The British state will never let us go. They got the fright of their lives by how close it was in When up against the might of the British establishment we never had a chance.
They lied and cheated the whole way through. Never seen propaganda like it. Totally agree with. Wales also used to give more than it received until our industries were decimated bu UK and EU governments.
Scotland is indeed a Sovereign nation in its own right. This has even been ratified in Westminster, so is a known fact. Scotland has its own constitutional instrument, ratified and improved when it was written in , and never revoked.
Martial Law had to be imposed as the Scottish people rose up against it in The Scottish people were betrayed by just over rich landowners, set on filling their own pockets.
The Scots have never forgotten this and the names of these men are still recorded. Scotland was never defeated and subjugated into Union.
It was sold, by a few. Regardless of where I land, Heathrow, Glasgow or Belfast, in an international flight, I will get the same stamp on my passport.
A UK stamp. An autonomous region or anything else that differs from the main national structure, such as, say, Puerto Rico, Martinique, or the Canary Islands is commonplace for many countries.
This is just a UK thing, so I think that the illusions of past British Imperial grandeur need to be adjusted into the 21st century and the real world.
You claim the United Kingdom is a country but, would you believe, the United Kingdom is exactly what its title describes it as — a united kingdom.
It is not legally Westminster acting as the de facto parliament of the country of England that uses EVEL in order to treat the Kingdom of Scotland as if it were a subservient dominion country of the country of England.
Thereby hangs a little clue why the legally sovereign people of Scotland have suffered enough and why the most recent opinion polls show a majority of the people of Scotland are now in favour of independence from England.
Please also note that this has nothing whatsoever to do with the Scots hating the people of England. We are an inclusive nation and we welcome people who wish to honour us by making Scotland their home.
We actually have a group of people who call themselves English Scots for independence. Just been reading your postings as to whether or not Scotland is a country.
The separateness of Scotland as an Independent Jurisdiction is regularly demonstrated on the international stage when Scotland not the UK as a whole, or England gets extradition of suspected criminals from other countries.
When the PanAm jet was blown up by Arab terrorists, it happened in Scottish airspace and the suspects were extradited from Libya under a Scottish extradition warrant to the Scottish High Court of Justiciary which was set up in a part of the Netherlands which was temporarily made part of Scotland by the Dutch goverment and tried under Scots Law.
What a bizarre distortion of the truth to support your own self-interests. Scottish Airspace is the name given to one of three Flight Information Regions under the governance of the UK Civil Aviation Authority — other than its name, which is an indication of its geographic location, it has absolutely nothing to do with Scottish Law — not least of which because all matters of aviation are under the auspices of the Air Navigation Order and not Civil or Criminal Law.
Furthermore, Scotland is subject to Scots Law, which is neither independent of the UK nor European laws — it is only allowed to operate within a devolved subset of legislation.
Scotland is an ancient independent country? What you term Scotland was a region of the Brythonic country of Albion.
Like everywhere else in Britain it was just a mess of tribal conflict with a king and kingdom for every dung-heap. Britain is small enough as it is wihout being torn apart by small-minded people.
Lassen Sie sich deshalb darauf ein, dass Wales ein bisschen anders ist als der Rest des Vereinigten Königreichs. Natürlich wird auch hier — in den meisten Fällen — Englisch gesprochen und gastfreundlich, wie man hier nun einmal ist, hat man auch die vielen unverständlichen Schilder ins Englische übersetzt, doch das Land hat seine ganz eigene Mentalität und seinen ganz eigenen Charme.
Wales ist ein Land voller Wunder und Wundersamkeiten. So leben in dem kleinen Land doppelt so viele Schafe wie Menschen. Das bringt den Walisern nicht selten wenig schmeichelhafte Spitznamen von ihren englischen Nachbarn ein, lässt die Waliser aber in der Regel kalt.
Man ist stolz auf die kleinen Eigenheiten, auf die keltischen Bräuche , auf die dramatische Geschichte und auf die ungewöhnliche Sprache des Landes.
Jedes Schild und jeder Hinweis ist zweisprachig gehalten, was dafür sorgt, dass es gelungen ist, das Walisische vor dem Aussterben zu retten. Die Waliser feiern ihre Sprache mit dem längsten Ortsnamen Europas, der eine schier unüberschaubare Menge an Konsonanten enthält:.
Ein Land, das sich selbst derart auf die Schippe nimmt und sich so sehr über das Kopfschütteln der Besucher freut, ist ein Land, das zu erkunden, sich wirklich lohnt.
Buchen Sie hier ein Hotel in Wales. In-depth Cultural. Highlights Wander around a variety of museums, indulge in some retail therapy and visit iconic landmarks on the banks of the meandering River Thames.
Sail across the glittering Windermere Lake and enjoy the incomparable beauty of the romantic Lakes District. Be transported to the magical world of Hogwarts as you explore the sumptuous gardens and extravagant interiors of the stunning Alnwick Castle.
Hear captivating theories of origin as you stroll around the mysterious stone marvels of Stonehenge. In new legislation since then, what was referred to as "England" is now "England and Wales", while subsequent references to "England" and "Wales" refer to those political divisions.
England and Wales are treated as a single unit for some purposes, because the two form the constitutional successor to the former Kingdom of England.
The continuance of Scots law was guaranteed under the Treaty of Union that led to the Acts of Union , and as a consequence English law—and after , Irish law —continued to be separate.
Following the two Acts of Union, Parliament can restrict the effect of its laws to part of the realm, and generally the effect of laws, where restricted, was originally applied to one or more of the former kingdoms.
However, Parliament now passes laws applicable to Wales and not to England and vice versa , a practice which was rare before the middle of the 20th century.
Following the Government of Wales Act, effective since May , the Senedd can legislate on matters devolved to it. Following a referendum on 3 March , the Senedd gained direct law-making powers, without the need to consult Westminster.
This was the first time in almost years that Wales had its own powers to legislate. Each piece of Welsh legislation is known as an Act of the Senedd.