You can find on this page the United Kingdom (UK) region map to print and to download in PDF. The United Kingdom (UK) political map presents states, regions, provinces and surrounding areas of United Kingdom (UK) in Europe.
The United Kingdom (UK) regions map shows surrounding areas and provinces of United Kingdom (UK). This administrative map of United Kingdom (UK) will allow you to know regions of United Kingdom (UK) in Europe. The United Kingdom (UK) regions map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
In the United Kingdom (UK), the notion of "region" does not exist - except for the London area. The nearest thing that exists in Britain to an American state or a German Land are the constituent nations of the United Kingdom, England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland (see the United Kingdom (UK) regions map). England is divided into regions statistically because the European Union uses the concept of "regions" for many statistical and economic analyses, for the allocation of funding in the framework of European regional programmes, and for the determination of constituencies for elections to the European Parliament. With the exception of the London area, which has a powerful administration, the English regions are thus largely empty shells. And this is what the English want.
One of the more mountainous regions in the United Kingdom (UK) is the Scotland region, which is also a country as its mentioned in the United Kingdom (UK) regions map. Scotland is famous for its freshwater lochs (lakes), and the well-known Loch Ness monster resides in the Loch Ness lake. Northern Ireland is mainly a mountainous region, like Scotland. This region holds Lough Neagh, which is the largest lake in all of the British Isles. Also in Northern Island is Giant Causeway and the Mourne Mountains. Northwestern England and Northeast England are similar in comparison geographically. However, while both regions are known for their beautiful rolling hills, Northeastern England is also known for its beautiful coastline, and Northwestern England is known for holding all three National parks.
The Yorkshire and Humber is made up of multiple rivers, and is divided into four parts; South, North, West Yorkshire and East Riding and North Lincolnshire. East Midlands and East of England are both swampy and flat. The most common job is farming due to the flat grassland. There are not many major cities in these two regions. Southwestern and Southeastern England as yu can see in the United Kingdom (UK) regions map both have a similar landscape. Made up mainly of flat grassland occasionally some rolling hills, Southwestern England provided the perfect place for Stonehenge. London, the largest city, the capitol, and the smallest region, is known well for the River Thames, and its many architectural feats, which you can find on the Places page.
The United Kingdom (UK) political map shows regions and provinces of United Kingdom (UK). This administrative map of United Kingdom (UK) will allow you to show regions, administrative borders and cities of United Kingdom (UK) in Europe. The United Kingdom (UK) political map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
The United Kingdom (UK) political system is a multi-party system. Since the 1920s, the two largest political parties have been the Conservative Party and the Labour Party as its shown in the United Kingdom (UK) political map. Before the Labour Party rose in British politics the Liberal Party was the other major political party along with the Conservatives. Though coalition and minority governments have been an occasional feature of parliamentary politics, the first-past-the-post electoral system used for general elections tends to maintain the dominance of these two parties, though each has in the past century relied upon a third party to deliver a working majority in Parliament.
The monarch appoints a Prime Minister as the head of Her Majesty Government in the United Kingdom (UK), guided by the strict convention that the Prime Minister should be the member of the House of Commons most likely to be able to form a Government with the support of that House as its mentioned in the United Kingdom (UK) political map. In practice, this means that the leader of the political party with an absolute majority of seats in the House of Commons is chosen to be the Prime Minister.
If no one of the United Kingdom (UK) political party has an absolute majority, the leader of the largest party is given the first opportunity to form a coalition. The Prime Minister then selects the other Ministers which make up the Government and act as political heads of the various Government Departments. About twenty of the most senior government ministers make up the Cabinet and approximately 100 ministers in total comprise the government as you can see in the United Kingdom (UK) political map. In accordance with constitutional convention, all ministers within the government are either Members of Parliament or peers in the House of Lords.
The United Kingdom (UK) states map shows all departments and regions of United Kingdom (UK). States map of United Kingdom (UK) will allow you to know areas and cities of United Kingdom (UK) in United Kingdom (UK). The United Kingdom (UK) states map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
Countries of the United Kingdom (UK) is a term used to describe England, Northern Ireland, Scotland, and Wales: these four states together form the United Kingdom (UK) of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, itself described as a country, and constituting a sovereign state as its shown in the United Kingdom (UK) states map. While "countries" is the commonly used descriptive term, owing to the lack of a formal British constitution, and the protracted and complex history of the formation of the United Kingdom (UK), the countries of the United Kingdom (UK) have no official appellation. As a consequence, England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales are not formal subdivisions of the United Kingdom (UK) and various terms are used to describe them.
As a sovereign state, the United Kingdom (UK) is the entity which is used in intergovernmental organisations, and as the representative member state within the European Union and United Nations, as well as under international law; England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales as its mentioned in the United Kingdom (UK) states map are not themselves listed on the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) list of countries. However, England, Scotland and Wales have separate national governing bodies for sport, meaning, they can compete individually in international sporting competitions; in sporting contexts, England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales are known as the Home Nations.
The Parliament of the United Kingdom (UK) and government of the United Kingdom (UK) deal with all reserved matters for Northern Ireland and Scotland and all non-transferred matters for Wales, but not in general on matters that have been devolved to the Northern Ireland Assembly, Scottish Parliament and Welsh Assembly. England remains the full responsibility of the Parliament of the United Kingdom, which is centralised in London. Unionism and nationalism play important roles in the politics of the United Kingdom (UK). There is a split in perceptions as to the future of the countries of the United Kingdom (UK) as under one sovereign power, in a federation, or as independent states. The Channel Islands and the Isle of Man are British Islands, but are not under the jurisdiction of the United Kingdom. The Republic of Ireland is a sovereign state as you can see in the United Kingdom (UK) states map: although part of the geographical British Isles, it is not a country of the United Kingdom (UK).