Because Wales and England are two separate countries with separate flags. Wales is not part of England
No, Wales is not part of England. England and Wales are separate regions, but they're both within Great Britain.
Wales is a separate country to England, in 1916 & always has been, as such.
Scotland and England were always separate countries until the union in 1707. In law "England" includes Wales since 1746.
Wales and England are separate countries but they are both part of the United Kingdom.
It is in neither England nor Ireland. Wales is a separate country. It borders England. It is across the Irish Sea from Ireland.
Scotland is a separate nation from England and Wales and has its own legal system.
No, Wales does not have a specic, separate constitution. Wales is goverened under the British constitution, which includes England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. The Welsh First Minister has expressed support for a separate constitution, but no, there is not currently a separate document for Wales.
Historically Wales has always been a separate country, a Principality.
THEY ARE NOT JOINED YET! i am welsh and wales is still a separate country.
Scotland and wales have kept cultural identities separate from that of England
Wales and England have always been part of Great Britain, as Great Britain is an island and not a country, whereas the UK is a country. Wales and England were together under the Romans, but became separate countries during the Middle Ages. In 1282, Wales was annexed by England and wasn't really treated as being separate part to England until the 1950s.
No, they are on the same island.
Yes but its is still in 'The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland'However, Wales is technically a Principality and as such is tied to England for laws.
No, Wales and England, along with Scotland are three separate countries on the island called Britain. These three countries, along with Northern Ireland form the United Kingdom. Wales is a country connected to England on the western side. Wales is a part of the United Kingdom but is not England. It is a country in its own.
Which country contains England Scotland Wales and Northern Ireland is Ireland apart of that country?
The United Kingdom is comprised of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. The Republic of Ireland is a separate country.
No, it is part of the United Kingdom, which consists of England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland. No. They are completely separate places. Politically, Northern Ireland is part of the United Kingdom along with England, Scotland and Wales.
England is 130,395 km squared. Scotland and Wales are separate countries, they are not part of England and so wouldn't be included in calculating the size of England. They would only be considered when measuring the size of the United Kingdom mainland.
Scotland , England and Wales are all separate countries - actually originally separate Kingdoms - with a separate national identity. They all became politically united along with Northern Ireland a long time ago under the collective identity of the United Kingdom. Because England is the largest member of the UK and the UK parliament meets in London a popular misconception is that somehow Wales and Scotland are united under England and this is incorrect. They… Read More
Wales is not represented on the Union Flag. Historically Wales was treated as a Principality, not a Kingdom and hence was treated as a junior partner to England by the monarchy. Therefore, the cross of St George was seen to represent England and Wales so there is no separate representation for Wales.
Wales, England and Scotland are three separate countries but they are all parts of the same island which is called Great Britain. These three countries combined with Northern Ireland (Ulster) form the United Kingom.
Wales is a principality of England, not a separate nation.... so there is nothing to prevent someone from Wales becoming King of England... and anyway, how did a Norman, and a dynasty of Germans become Kings of England - they got it by conquest, marriage and intrigue. If you're asking how Charles, Prince of Wales, can become King of England... "Prince of Wales" is a traditional title granted to the heir apparent; it doesn't mean… Read More
2.5-3 million. That's excluding Wales (0.2m). Scotland was a separate kingdom with a little under 0.6m. __________ I'd go lower: 2.5m in England and 0.2m in Wales (and 0.5m in Scotland).
Two. In Tudor times England and Wales were united but Scotland was a separate country.
Liverpool is in England. close to Wales, but in England.
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
No. Great Britain is Northern Ireland, Scotland, England and Wales. (and the islands) Germany is a separate nation.
No. There is no UK team. Team England represents England and Wales. Scot land and Ireland have their own teams with separate represantaion.
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.
Warwick Castle (England) Windsor Castle (England) Carnarvon castle (Wales) Harlech castle (Wales) Pembroke Castle (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.
No, Canada is a separate country. The United Kingdom (UK) includes : England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
England, Scotland, Wales. When Northern Ireland is included, it becomes the United Kingdom.
Wales and England are two different places.
no England has never been capital of Wales
Scotland was never part of England. They have always been separate countries. They are both part of the United Kingdom, along with Wales and Northern Ireland.
England is not part of Wales. England and Wales are two different countries, but they are both within the United Kingdom.
No. In 1707 England and Wales joined with Scotland to form the United Kingdom. The three countries are on the island that is sometimes referred to as Great Britain. Ireland is a separate island. In 1801, Ireland became part of the United Kingdom, but obviously not Great Britain as it was still a separate island.
The 'united kingdom' is properly styled The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. It comprises England and Wales Scotland Northern Ireland England, Scotland and Northern Ireland are distinct and separate parts. Wales is a principality.
The Union of England and Wales occurred during the reign of Henry VIII. Wales had been governed by English kings since the days of Edward I, but Wales was run separately from England, and Ireland was too was run by English kings but as a separate country. Each part of Wales was run by a separate lord and these lords were always quarrelling with one another and some even rebelled against the king. Henry did… Read More
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.
Yes England is bigger than wales
Nothing is in Wales abd England. They do not overlap.
Scarfell pike in England and Snowdon in Wales
To give its full name: The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland but they're on two separate islands. England, Scotland and Wales are on the island of Great Britain and Northern Ireland is on the island of Ireland.
They were all separate countries but a few hundred years ago they made an agreement to all be part of the United Kingdom. Scotland, Wales and England are Great Britain, and that and Northern Ireland make up the UK
Ireland is a separate country. That is like asking how is Germany different from France, Spain and Italy.
Ireland and England's borders do not touch, they are of separate islands and the country of Wales takes up a lot of the space between them.