Les Routiers Guide to Britain and the North of Ireland 1993

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The United Kingdom is a constitutional monarchy with two legislative houses; its chief of state is the sovereign, and the head of government is the prime minister. Unless otherwise noted all are authored by C. James Cockburn Robison * … + ca 1881; Clerk, Son of 109. The South Wales conurbation, with the ports of Swansea, Cardiff, and Newport, was historically a center of coal mining and steel manufacturing; coal mining has declined sharply, however, in many parts of the region.

Pages: 672

Publisher: Sutton Publishing Ltd (February 25, 1993)

ISBN: 0750902434

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