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Capital city: London

Area: 94,525 sq miles (244,820 sq km)

Population: 59,300,000

Official language: English

Major religions: Christian 60%, Muslim 3%, Hindu 1%, other 36%

Government: Multiparty democracy

Currency: Pound sterling

Adult literacy rate: 99%

Life expectancy: 77 years

People per doctor: 500

Televisions: 645 per 1,000 people

FOR A SMALL COUNTRY, the United Kingdom (UK) has had a huge influence on world affairs. At one time it controlled a vast empire, which is why English is now spoken across the globe. Since the 1950s, the UK has become Large numbers of people from the UK’s former colonies in Africa, the West Indies, and the Indian Subcontinent have made their home here, establishing their own distinctive communities and enriching British life with their culture and traditions.



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