They didn't actually 'unite'. Wales was conquered by the English in the Middle Ages and officially annexed in 1536.
England does not "own" Wales, both countries are part of the United Kingdom.
but well they are actually because my textbook says so
Your text book is wrong. Wales has a status within the UK which is similar to individual states within the United States.
1707. It should never have happened.
Wales was annexed by England in 1282 but the United Kingdom was formed by the joining of the Kingdoms of Scotland and England in 1707.
England did not unite with Northern Ireland. Ireland was at one time part of the British empire. Ireland, England, Scotland and Wales became the United Kingdom in 1801. In 1922, the Republic of Ireland became independent and Northern Ireland was formed and remained in the United Kingdom.
Liverpool is in England. close to Wales, but in England.
There is one in England and another in west Wales.There is one in England and another in west Wales.There is one in England and another in west Wales.There is one in England and another in west Wales.There is one in England and another in west Wales.There is one in England and another in west Wales.
2008. England 19 - Wales 26 2009. Wales 23 - England 15 2010. England 30 - Wales 17 2011. Wales 19 - England 26 2012. England 12 - Wales 19
Wales is directly to the west of England.Scotland, Wales, Ireland, France
No, England borders Wales. Wales in not a landlocked country. It is on the Irish sea.
No, Wales is not part of England. England and Wales are separate regions, but they're both within Great Britain.
Warwick Castle (England) Windsor Castle (England) Carnarvon castle (Wales) Harlech castle (Wales) Pembroke Castle (Wales)
Wales and England are two different places.
no England has never been capital of Wales
Both Wales and England are part of the United Kingdom, but Wales is not part of England. The capital of Wales is Cardiff (or Caerdydd, in Welsh). The capital of England, and also capital of the UK, is London.
England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.England, Scotland, Wales & Northern Ireland.
England is not part of Wales. England and Wales are two different countries, but they are both within the United Kingdom.
leeds is in wales
England is the only country bordering wales however Northern Ireland,Scotland and the R.O.I. are very close by.Wales has a boundary with England.
Scarfell pike in England and Snowdon in Wales
Yes England is bigger than wales
Nothing is in Wales abd England. They do not overlap.
England and Wales are connected by land but there is a body of water between parts of England and Wales. The body of water between the south-west of England and the South of Wales is the Bristol Channel, it is not a sea. Though to the north of Wales there is the Irish Sea.
Wales is a country to the west of England. It's kind of between England and Ireland.
Wales is a separate country to England, in 1916 & always has been, as such.
The Law Society of England and Wales
Wales and Scotland both have a border with England.