How come oaps get free care in Scotland but in England thay have to pay?
Because the two countries have different rules regarding 'who gets what'
Scotland has always been free from England. The two countries are joined together, along with Wales and Northern Ireland to make up The United Kingdom of Great Britain.
Scotland is not controlled by England as such. England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland together form what is known as the United Kingdom. No one part owns any of the other parts. It would be a case of Scotland leaving the United Kingdom, not leaving England. As to whether they do that is a decision for the people of Scotland. Some say Scotland should leave the United Kingdom and others say they should not.
No, but there are no tuition 'top up' fees as there are in England and Wales.
In general no, we are a free country. But not properly free as England think they are superior and can tell us what to do!
Would you be entitled to free nhs care on returning to Scotland after working and living in the US for 12 years?
NHS care is free at the point of delivery to all legal permanent residents, so YES.
In England, the NHS provides free medical care to everyone.
Eggs come from many parts of England. There is no single location for farms, free range or otherwise.
No, England has never been a communist country. England can be considered democratic socialist, meaning that it has aspects of both capitalism, such as the free market, while also having socialist aspects, such as free health care.
free settler came from all around the world but mostly England.
Saor Alba! is Free Scotland!
The residence of a minister of the Free Church of Scotland
What event ensured that protestants England and Scotland would be free to lay the groundwork for political and religious freedom in north America?
The defeat of the spanish Armanda :)
Most free settlers were from countries like Scotland, England, Ireland or Europe. People in Scotland and England who had decided to sail to Australia were small farmers who had lost their land because the farming methods have changed so they ended up having no jobs, or a home to go to. Another reason why the English people left their country was because the cities were over crowded and dirty also it was hard to find… Read More
I don't know. Who gives a care? I don't know. Who gives a care? I don't know. Who gives a care? I don't know. Who gives a care? you are a fricken idiot! i give a care!
Free Presbyterian Church of Scotland was created in 1893.
United Free Church of Scotland was created in 1900.
Free Scotland Party was created on 2004-01-01.
Scotland and England united in 1707 to form the United Kingdom of Great Britain. Ireland was incorporated in 1800 (but the Irish Free State [now Republic] left in 1922). The current Scottish Parliament was first elected in 1999.
The Allies; England, Wales, USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and the free French forces, along with many others who opposed the Axis.
There are many different types of churches. These are just some of them: >Baptist >Brethren >Chapel >Church Of England > Church Of Ireland >Church Of Scotland >Evangelical >Free Church Of Scotland >Free Methodist >Free Presbyterian >Gospel Hall >Independent Evangelical >Methodist >Orthodox >Parish >Pentecostal >Presbyterian >Quakers >Reformed Presbyterian >Salvation Army >United Reformed Church
The early settlers of Australia were initially convicts from England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales. As the land was developed, free settlers came out from other European countries, seeing Australia as a land of new opportunities. Much later, in the mid-1800s, there were also prospectors who came out for the gold rushes.
Immigrants choose to come to Canada out of all country's because they come for free health care, free eduction, diverse religious views, low crime rate, and to be reunited with family's to get jobs.Another reason is that there is no war here also Canada is a Democratic/Free country.
Free Scotland Now... Saor=Free, Alba=Scotland, a-nis=now
Not that I'm aware of.. I had to buy my chevvy.. and no one offered me any free money or health care, although I could have gotten treatment under self pay or charity care, ie under the law for emergency trreatment.
If you are in Australia Nothing if the doctor bulk bills. The USA being a poor nation cant afford to take care of its citizens in the same way. Canada free, England free, Cuba Free, France Free Holland Free.
In England we have the National Health Service which is a free medical system. You have to pay so much monthly, not too much, but overall, it's free. Helped me a couple of times.
Free health care to the people of England. The NHS since Atlee's Government after WW2 is funded by the treasury and the taxes that people pay.
Thomas M. Lindsay has written: 'Free Church of Scotland' -- subject- s -: Free Church of Scotland
The (British) National Health Service came into operation on 4 July 1948. Comment It's worth pointing out that the NHS isn't 'free'; we pay for it through our taxes. It is, though, free at the point of use.
yes he did and to this day we are a free nation
Scotland (like the rest of the U K) has a National Health Service which is paid for from the taxation system and is free at the point of use to UK inhabitants.
I don't think there are any peasants in Scotland in the 21st century
Yes but not independent.
The NHS (National Health Service) provides free health care for UK residents regardless of income.
University tuition fees are free in Scotland, but I'm pretty certain that only applies to Scottish residents. Scotland is a country in the northern part of the island of Britain, which lies in close to the coast of France.
Antidisestablishmentarianism (listen to , ) is a political position that originated in nineteenth-century Britain, where antidisestablishmentarians were opposed to proposals to remove the Church of England's status as the state church of England. The movement succeeded in predominantly Anglican England, but failed overwhelmingly in Roman Catholic Ireland - where the Church of Ireland was disestablished in 1871 - and in Wales whose Church of Wales was disestablished in 1920. Antidisestablishmentarian members of the Free Church… Read More
All UK time - Add 1 hour for France and Italy RBS Six Nations Fixture Schedule 2011 Friday 4th February - Wales v England - 7.45pm Saturday 5th February - Italy v Ireland - 2.30pm Saturday 5th February - France v Scotland - 5pm Saturday 12th February - England v Italy - 2.30pm Saturday 12th February - Scotland v Wales - 5pm Sunday 13th February - Ireland v France - 3pm 19/20 February Free Saturday… Read More
There is not a single country on the planet that offers free health care (taxes are higher in these countries which is how health care can have the essence of being "free" when in reality it's not), what you mean to ask is what countries have socialized health care. All developed countries except the United States offer "free" (it's not really free...) health care.
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There is a VERY big difference when it comes to the issue of fees payable by students, as many that ARE payable at English Uni's, are FREE at Scottish Uni's, subject to some conditions, such as residency etc.
Free Church of England was created in 1844.
Free England Party ended in 2009.
Free England Party was created in 2008.
In 1707 Scotland and England united to form Great Britain. In 1801 Great Britain and Ireland united to form the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland. In 1922 the Irish Free State became independent and that left the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. The principality of Wales was part of England and the legal entity of "England and Wales" was the constitutional successor to the Kingdom of England. Wales now has… Read More
Saint Margaret of Scotland (c. 1045 - 16 November 1093), also known as Margaret of Wessex, was an English princess of the House of Wessex. Margaret was sometimes called "The Pearl of Scotland". Born in exile in Hungary, she was the sister of Edgar Ætheling, the short-ruling and uncrowned Anglo-Saxon King of England. Margaret and her family returned to England in 1057, but fled to the Kingdom of Scotland following the Norman conquest of England… Read More
Answer Short answer 1801. The UK which is short for the "United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland" was the full title from 1801 until 1922 when it became the "United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland" when the Irish Free State was formed (now Eire or Ireland). The UK refers to all four countries (England Wales Scotland and Northern Ireland). The term "Great Britain" was first used officially in 1474 in a marriage… Read More
James M'Naught has written: 'What voluntary liberality has done and left undone for ministers of the Free Church of Scotland' -- subject(s): Clergy, Finance, Free Church of Scotland
I dont know the firgure but as College (or University) is free in Scotland it is probably a high figure.
The Loch Ness. None - since the only lakes in Scotland are monster-free e.g. Lake of Menteith.
The healthcare in England works because is provided mainly by the public health. This means most everyone get free or low cost healthcare in that country. Another Answer Healthcare in Britain (not 'England'!) is free at the point of delivery, and is paid for through taxation. What this means is that, regardless of income, employment, etc., no-one is denied health care. Private health insurance is also available to anyone who wants to take advantage of… Read More