How about (1) the Lord Chief Justice of England and Wales, Lord Philips of Worth Matravers and (2) the Master of the Rolls, Sir Anthony Clarke?
The Law Society of England and Wales
The Severn Bridge connects England and Wales.
The river which divides England and the south of Wales is known as the River Severn.
England didn't adopt the name Great Britain, England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland did. England isn't Great Britain, England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland are.
The Judicial College was established in 1979 and is the organisation which is responsible for training judges in England and Wales. The Judicial College was formerly known as the Judicial Studies Board (JSB) but the name changed :)
The Severn Bridge.
The last name originated in England and Wales.
The United Kingdom is the collective name for England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland. The full name of the UK is the "United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland", because Great Britain is the name for England, Scotland, and Wales.
Wales is part of the United Kingdom, which also includes, England, Scotland and Ireland.
They are all different! England is just England. Great Britain is the Island comprised of England, Wales and Scotland. United Kingdom is England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.