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What are the places that are furthest north south east and west in the UK?

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Assuming you're talking about the British Isles - not just Great Britain...
North - the town of Skaw on the Isle of Unsk (part of the Shetland Islands)
South - the town of St. Agnes on the Island of St. Agnes (part of the Scilly Isles)
East - The town of Lowestoft (the most easterly town in England)
West - The town of Portmagee (the most westerly town in Ireland)
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What are the towns situated at the furthest points north south east and west in the United Kingdom?

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