People in the United State are often confused about the roots of our country’s history.
Here are some basic definitions and information on how we got to where we are today.
What is the United Kingdom?
The United Kingdom is a United Kingdom Commonwealth territory that is comprised of the Isle of Man, a British Overseas Territory and the United Colonies of the Atlantic Ocean.
It has its own constitution and laws, and is governed by a royal parliament that is made up of parliamentarians elected by a referendum.
There are three branches of the British parliament: the House of Commons, the Lords and the upper chamber of the House, which is made of the Prime Minister, the Deputy Prime Minister and the Speaker of the house.
The upper chamber has the power to pass laws and make decisions, but the House is dominated by the government, which controls the finances, administration, courts and the judiciary.
Is it a monarchy?
The British monarchy was established in 1801, and lasted until 1953, when Queen Elizabeth II was deposed.
The queen is Britain’s head of state, and the crown is her power over all other aspects of the country’s affairs.
However, she also has the powers to issue laws.
It is the Queen who decides who is allowed to run for public office and appoints who to the various positions.
Is the United Nations?
The U.N. is a U.S.-led international organization that provides humanitarian aid and assistance to states, organizations, non-governmental organizations and civil society groups. The U