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General Information

Official language: English, Welsh
Capital: Cardiff
Total area: 20 779 km2
Population: 2 900 000
Area: 140/km2
Currency: pound sterling (GBP, L)
Time zone: UTC, Daylight Saving Time: UTC 1
National Anthem: Hen Wlad Fy Nhadau

Geography

Main seaports: Holyhead, Fishguard, Swansea, Milford Haven. Wales lies on the Irish Sea. It occupies the south-western part of the island of Great Britain and the coastal islands (the largest is of Anglesey). From the east land border with England (Cambrian Mountains range of the highest mountain - Snowdon, 1,085 m above sea level), from the south - by the Bristol Channel sea. Surface-upland Wales is mountainous. The main rivers are the Wye, Usk and Severn.

Economy

South Wales coal basin was in the late nineteenth century, one of the world's largest coal producers, also to the 70s one of the most important in Britain. There is iron and nonferrous. Machinery, metal, chemical, textile and food industries. Agriculture does not play a significant role in the economy of Wales. The prevailing cattle and sheep.

Counties in Wales

Anglesey
Brecknockshire
Caernarfonshire
Carmarthenshire
Cardiganshire
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Glamorgan
Merioneth
Monmouthshire
Montgomeryshire
Pembrokeshire
Radnorshire

History

The original population of Wales has left a great megalithic structures. Later, the Celts occupied the area. Romans occupied areas of Wales from I to V century AD Despite the subsequent invasions of Jutes, Angles and Saxons, Wales has retained its individuality. In the eighth century n.e. Welsh tribes managed to defend itself against invasion by the neighborly Anglo-Saxons. But when William the Conqueror invaded England (1066), his Norman army broke into Wales and the occupation began. In 1282 he made the final annexation of Wales by England. In 1301 King Edward I gave his son, Edward II, the title of Prince of Wales, in a gesture which was to bear witness to the unity and the relationship between her and England. The title of Prince of Wales have the eldest son of British traditional ruler, who is heir to the throne of the United Kingdom. In 1400 the Welsh prince Owen Glendower leading the uprising against England, removing the British from most areas of Wales in just four years. The 1410 uprising was suppressed. In 1485, King Henry VII of England was. As a Welshman and the first ruler of the house of Tudor England made the government more bearable for the Welsh. His son, Henry VIII of England and Wales joined the union in 1536. Nineteenth-century industrial revolution changed the face of Wales, threatening the traditional Welsh way of life of farmers and shepherds. Currently resurgent Welsh language and culture to strengthen the Welsh sense of national unity, which favors the policy of Great Britain in recent years.

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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