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The Difference Between the UK, Great Britain and England?

The Difference Between the UK, Great Britain and England

What is the British Isles?

The British Isles countries are Scotland, England, Wales, Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland. The UK is a nation island and Great Britain is an island. The British Isles is the geographical term used to refer to the aforementioned areas.

The UK vs Great Britain vs England


What is the difference between Great Britain and the  United Kingdom?

Great Britain includes Scotland, England and Wales, whereas the United Kingdom includes both Great Britain and Northern Ireland. Is Northern Ireland part of the UK? YES, it is, indeed.

Is Ireland part of Great Britain? No. Not at all.

Is Ireland part of the UK? Partially, yes. Ireland has the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland. Only Northern Ireland is included within the UK.

Is Scotland part of the UK? Scotland is a part of Great Britain and Great Britain is part of the UK. So it is a Yes.

What is the difference between London and England? England is a country and its capital is London, it is also the UK’s capital.

Is England in the UK? Since England is located within Great Britain and Great Britain is part of the UK, so it is a yes.  To sum it up, England is in orange, GB is in orange, blue and pink, and the UK is in orange, blue, pink and light green.


To sum it up, England is in orange, GB is in orange, blue and pink, and the UK is in orange, blue, pink and light green. Ireland is in green.




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