Jersey is a separate possession of the Crown and is not
part of the United Kingdom.
NO. Jersey is a 'British crown dependency' and does not form part of the UK. Jersey is not in the EU.
Asked in Passport Requirements
Do you need a passport to travel from south wales UK to jersey?
do I need a passport to travel from south wales UK to jersey
Asked in Mobile Phones, Calling and Area Codes
What is the dialing code to call UK land line from Jersey?
Jersey is part of the UK numbering system, along with Guernsey and the Isle of Man. Dial the UK number just as you would within the UK proper. ...
Asked in Immigration, Passport Requirements
Do you need a passport to go to Jersey from England?
If you mean Jersey in the Channel Islands then no, Jersey like England, is a part of the UK ...
Asked in England
What is the sunniest town in the UK?
St Brelade, Jersey The Bailiwick of Jersey is not part of the United Kingdom. It is a Crown Dependency, but it is independent and self-governing. They have a parliament known as "the States of Jersey". The sunniest town in the UK is claimed to be Torquay. ...
Asked in History, Politics & Society, Elizabeth II
What power does the Queen of England have in Jersey UK CI?
HM Queen Elizabeth II is monarch of the Crown Dependencies, which are NOT a part of the UK and include Jersey, Guernsey and Isle of Man. In Jersey she is known as the Duke of Normandy. And, of course she is not and never has been The Queen of England. ...
Asked in Entertainment & Arts, Travel & Places
Why do people travel and go to jersey in the UK?
Jersey is not IN the UK, however it is a British Crown Dependency. Jersey has an extremely clement climate due to it's location in the middle of the Gulf stream. Frost, ice and snow is rare in Jersey, indeed the temparature rarely drops below 2degrees celcius. The sun is visible for much of the year. Jersey is warm without being hot. ...