Union of Great Britain
UnionJack (VegWorld)
Official language None; English, Scots, Scottish Gaelic, and Camric are de facto official, and are official in their respective states.
Administrative centre London (de facto capital)
British Council head Richard Williams
Area 230,977km²
Population 21,400,000
HDI 0.958
Formation as UGB October 18, 1927
Currency Great British Pound (GBP)
Our Timeline Equivalent Great Britain; Northern Ireland is not included
GreatBritainMap (VegWorld)



67% Vegetarian
45% Lacto-Ovo Vegetarian
16% Vegan Vegetarian
05% Lacto Vegetarian
01% Ovo Vegetarian
33% Non-Vegetarian

Ethnic Groups

Because of its long history as one of the world's greatest empires, Great Britain is one of the more diverse countries in Europe. Percentages are as follows:

96% European
91% British
56% English
23% Scottish
12% Camrish
01% Netherlanders
04% other European
04% non-European
02% Indian


Great Britain is not a very religious country in general. This is what Britons professed to be (as of 2006):

54% Nonreligious
26% atheist
28% agnostic
21% Cathar
16% Christian
06% Catholic
04% Quaker
06% other Christian
05% Jewish
01% Hindu
01% Jain
02% other


Great Britain has no official language. However, English, Scots, Scottish Gaelic, and Camric are generally regarded as being the languages of the country. Languages are very much split down autonomous state lines, but English is spoken as a lingua franca across Britain, and it is generally the second language taught in non-English schools. Below is a list of the primary languages spoken at home.

76% English
08% Camrish
07% Scots
06% Scottish Gaelic
01% Netherish
02% others

Nearly 100% of Britons can speak English. In the same way, many more people know how to speak the other languages on the list than is shown above, as this list only takes into account primary languages spoken at home and does not take into account bilingualism.

The British Realms

The British Realms is an all encompassing name for the "British Dominions" and the "British Territories", the two types of successors to the "British Empire". The British Dominions are semi-autonomous areas that Great Britain nonetheless has control of. British Territories, on the other hand, have no or little autonomy, and mostly include global military bases, nature reserves, and places that are either inhabited only by the mainland British or are sparsely- or un-inhabited. The British Dominion is also not to be confused with the "British Commonwealth", which includes many former colonies, but is made up entirely of independent nations.

List of British Dominions (incomplete)

British Virgin Islands
Cayman Islands
Falkland Islands
Pitcarin Islands
Taysha Homeland
Turks and Caicos Islands

List of British Territories

Belitung Island
Belize Preserve
Kentucky Preserve
Ohio-Erie Preserve

List of Former British Colonies/Dominions (incomplete)

Confederate States of Pemhakamik
Good Hope
Hong Kong
New England
New South Kent
Penang (now part of Malaya)
United Emirates

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