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England

Questions related to the country of England, which is located on the island of Great Britain. The island lies close to the Atlantic coast of Europe. England together with Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales comprises the nation called The United Kingdom.

Asked in England

What area in England has the number 447-872-xxxx?

That is a mobile phone number, 44 is the code for the UK, the first 7 denotes a mobile. ...
Asked in Cars & Vehicles, Auto Insurance Claims, England

What would be the American equivalent of a 1.2 LTR car in England?

Using the conversion factor of 16.387cc=1CI, we come up with a displacement of 73.22 cubic inches. Most American cars are quoted in liters these days (5.7 liter mustang) so a 1.2 liter would be a 1.2 liter. same amount of displacement. I don't think any American car has an engine this small. Although there are European and Asian imports in that range. Most big Japanese motorcycles top out at about 1.2 liters (1200cc), although 1300cc is not unheard of. I think the smallest car...
Asked in Scotland, England

Does Skegness have city status?

No, Skegness is a town.
Asked in Time Zones, England, London

What is the time difference between Newfoundland and Se London England?

The U. K. is ahead of Newfoundland by... 3½ hrs. from the 1st Sun. of Nov. until the 2nd Sun. of Mar. 2½ hrs. from 2nd Sun. of Mar. until the last Sun. of Mar. 3½ hrs. from the last Sun. of Mar. until the last Sun. of Oct. 2½ hrs. from the last Sun. of Oct. until the 1st Sun. of Nov. ...
Asked in England, Stonehenge

The lintels of Stonehenge are secured by?

Mortise and tenon joint. Gravity
Asked in Food & Cooking, Spam, England

What is Spam made of?

The ingredients in Spam are chopped pork shoulder meat with added ham, salt, water, modified potato starch as a binder and sodium nitrite as a preservative. ...
Asked in England

What can you buy for two pound?

Two things from the pound shop Comet! - the UK High Street electrical retailer which was just bought for a mere £2 pounds sterling! A range of Products from the NeweysOnline Clearance Section! ...
Asked in England

Is Vancouver Island larger in mass than England?

No, England is larger by far. Vancouver Island is 31,285 km2 England is 130,395 km2 Great Britain is 240,000 km2 ...
Asked in England

Who was king or queen of England in 1860?

Queen Victoria was Queen of The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland in 1860. She was not Queen of England - there has not been one of those since 1707. ...
Asked in England

Are there slums in England?

Unfortunately yes, just like in most Countries around the World.
Asked in Ancient History, England, Stonehenge

Where is Stonehenge?

Stonehenge is in the county of Wiltshire on Salisbury Plain. It's just west of Amesbury in England and is visible from the A303 road. The nearest city is Salisbury a few miles to the south. There are many Neolithic earthwork enclosures known as "henges" in Britain. Few have any stones set within them and "Stonehenge" is by far most elaborate and is the only structure known to have employed lintels. Stone Henge is located in the continent of Europe and in the country of...
Asked in History of England, Monarchy, Royal Family, England

Who was the first King or Queen of England?

The first king to rule all of England as king was Athelstan, grandson of Alfred the Great. His forebears were kings of Wessex, to which they attached Kent; it was Athelstan who united Mercia and Northumbria to Wessex to create the united English kingdom. However, there are a few tricky points of terminology: Athelstan's title was "king of the English", not "king of England". Same thing really, but the first to be king of the English land rather than of the English...
Asked in Holidays and Traditions, Shopping, England

Is Argos open on Bank Holiday Monday?

Yes, along with most other stores in the UK. The only Bank Holidays they are closed is Boxing day and New years day. ...
Asked in England

Can an American company sue a company in England?

An american company (or individual) can sue any company (or individual) in a different country, including the UK. Before filing the suit, the plaintiff must decide which court system to use and they should also consider the likelihood of the defendant responding to an overseas suit. ...
Asked in Amusement Parks, England

How many rides are there in Camelot?

There are 26 different rides.
Asked in England

What is the size of England's landmass?

130,410 sq km (50,352 sq mi)
Asked in Personal Finance, Lotteries, England

When did the national lottery begin?

The UK national Lottery Began on the 19 November 1994
Asked in England, London

How do you get from Euston station to Reading station?

The Trainline web-site says - take a tube train from Euston to Paddington, then a first Great Western service to Reading. Journey time Euston to Paddington is 28 minutes and Paddington to Reading is 25 minutes. ...
Asked in History of England, Monarchy, England

How long has it been since there was a king of England?

About 400 years. If you mean King of the United Kingdom, which includes England , Scotland , Wales and Northern Ireland, the present queen's father, King George VI, died in 1952 ...
Asked in Geography, England

What is a hilly region of Devon and Somerset?

Exmoor the hilly region is in Exmoor National Park
Asked in England, Countries, States, and Cities

Is England bigger than the state of Utah?

No. The total area of England is 130,395 km sq or 50,346 sq miles, whereas Utah's total area is 219,887 km sq or 84,899 sq miles. Therefore the state of Utah is nearly twice the size of England. ...
Asked in England, UK Food, UK Counties

Is there a place in England called Ringden?

There is such a place in the book The Sky is Falling by Kit Pearson, but, in reality there is not. There is though a farm in England called Ringden Farms but apart from that, not really. ...
Asked in Mountains, England, Borders and Boundaries

What mountain range separates Scotland and England?

Southern Uplands -hills rather than mountains Different Answer: The Cheviot Hills naturally divide Scotland from England, with "The Cheviot" a major hill in the UK, being located just a mile or two south of the English/Scottish border. ...
Asked in Small Business and Entrepreneurship, Business Plans, England

How do you find out the legal requirements affecting your business?

To operate a business legally one needs to meet all the laws for operating a business in your country and local community. In the United States that means the laws of the federal government, state governments of every state in which you do business, and in many locales, even city and/or county laws governing business operation. While this may sound intimidating, there are multiple sources of helpful informationAds by Google Made-in-China.com China Manufacturers Directories Help Global Buyers Sourcing Easily. Made-in-China.com All of the U.S. states have...