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General Information

- Area: 13 843 km2
- Population: 1 759 000
- Capital: Belfast
- Currency: 1 pound sterling = 100 pence
- Official language: Irish, English
- Political system: parliamentary democracy
- Head of state: Queen Elizabeth II

Northern Ireland is a country that is part of the United Kingdom of Great Britain, which is located in the northeastern area of the island of Ireland. From the south and west borders with the Republic of Ireland. From the data collected during a census of the United Kingdom of Great Britain carried out in 2001 shows that 1 685 000 inhabitants of this country then constituted more than a quarter (less than one-third) of all inhabitants of the island and about 3% of the population of the Kingdom.

Northern Ireland is made up of six of the nine counties of the historic Irish province of Ulster. It was formed as a separate part of the United Kingdom third in May 1921 under the Government of Ireland Act of 1920, although its constitutional roots date back to 1800, when the union passed a law (Act of Union) between Great Britain and Ireland. For over 50 years had an independent government and parliament. These institutions, however, were suspended in 1972 and finally abolished in 1973. Repeated attempts to restore an independent government contributed to the establishment of the executive body of the current Northern Ireland - Northern Ireland Executive and Assembly of Northern Ireland-Northern Ireland Assembly. The Assembly is working on a regulation requiring the assistance of a constitutional democracy, a multicultural society.

Northern Ireland was for many years a place of brutal and painful conflict in the ethnic and political ("The Troubles") between the nationalist followers of the Roman Catholic faith, and Protestants who are supporters of Northern Ireland's accession to the United Kingdom. Overall, the nationalists demanded a re-connect Northern Ireland to the rest of Ireland, while constituting a minority of supporters of the idea of the United Kingdom wished to Northern Ireland remaining part of it. Protestants consider themselves British the Irish nationalists, however, being a British possession did not necessarily exclude the Irish identity. From the time of the signing of the Belfast Agreement (Belfast Agreement, or the "Good Friday Agreement") in 1998, most of the paramilitary groups associated with armed conflict has ceased its campaign.

Counties in Northern Ireland

County Antrim
County Armagh
County Down
County Londonderry
County Tyrone

Areas currently covered in Northern Ireland have been immense ice meet his intended during the last glaciation, and many earlier ones. The consequences of this fact can be seen on the terrain characteristic of the counties of Fermanagh, Armagh, Antrim and partly in Down. Geographically, the greatest treasure of Northern Ireland is Lough Neagh - 391 km square with the largest freshwater lake, not just of Northern Ireland itself, but also the whole of the British Isles. The largest island of Northern Ireland is Rathlin on the coast of County Antrim. There is also a substantial area of moor in the Sperrin Mountains, where there are fairly rich deposits of gold. In the mountains of Mourne Granite is located in the Antrim Plateau basalt. Smaller quantities of basalt can be found also in South Armagh and along the Fermanagh-Tyrone border. There is especially high in the hills, the Slieve Donard - the highest point in Northern Ireland, is only 849 meters. Belfast's most westerly point is Cave Hill. Volcanic activity that shaped the Antrim Plateau, is also responsible for the remarkable sculpture Giant's Causeway on the north coast of Antrim. Also on the north coast of Antrim we can see the Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge (which is on our website you will find a longer article), Temple (chapel) Mussenden and the Glens of Antrim. All three definitely worth seeing. The area has a climate of ocean (or sea). The highest recorded temperature in these areas is 30.8 degrees Celsius in 1976 and 1983. While the lowest is - 17.5 degrees Celsius in 1979. The highest rainfall are recorded in June and December.

Useful institutions for workers United Kingdom

Department for Business Enterprise and Regulatory Reform - Provides guidance for employers and employees on a wide range of employment matters, including working time and annual leave entitlement.

Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service - Provides independent, up-to-date advice and guidance on employment relations

The National Association of Citizens Advice Bureaux

HSE’s Workers - Provides advice about your rights and responsibilities as a worker in GB.

Border and Immigration Agency's requirements for settlement - Help understand the immigration system and what your rights and responsibilities are when you make an application.

Gangmasters Licensing Authority - Authority set up to curb the exploitation of workers in the agriculture, horticulture, shellfish-gathering and associated processing and packaging industries.

Directgov - Access to and information from a wide range of government departments.

Trades Union Congress - Represents people working in Britain.

Department for Children, Schools and Families - Information on funds available for employers to draw on for ESOL provision (where workers are earning less than L15K a year).

UK Income Tax Advice - Multi-lingual information sheet on UK taxes.

Worker Registration Scheme - From 1 May 2004, most nationals of the new member states (except Cyprus and Malta) who wish to work for more than one month for an employer in the UK need to register under the Worker Registration Scheme.

The Migrants Integrated Gateway - Two-way gateway to information, advice and guidance for people wishing to live and work in the expanding UK.

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