Glory to the Federation!
The National Anthem:
I Vow to Thee, My Country
Population:61.3 Million People
- Head Council: Head Council Winston Hampton
The Federal Council
5th March 1960
Highest Point: Ben Nevis(4409 Feet)
Lowest Point: Holme Fen(9 Feet)
GDP (nominal) per capita:WIP
Human Development Index (NS Version):0.892
Drives on the:Left
The Federal Republic of England and Scotland, commonly known as the Federal Republic(FR) or Britain, is a sovereign country in western Europe lying off the north-western coast of the European mainland, The Federal Rpeublic includes the island of Great Britain.
The Federal Republic is surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean, with the North Sea to its east, the English Channel to its south and the Celtic Sea to its south-south-west, The Irish Sea lies between Great Britain and Ireland. With an area of 228,370 square kilometres (88,174 sq mi).
Following the Failure in World War One, Britain found itself in Chaos as Workers riot in Protest and the people demanding for the King to step down, but King George the 5th had no intentions on an Early Retirement, as a Result, King George took Control of the Country in 1919, and Dissolved the Parliament in 1926 after 7 years of a Puppet Parliament with virtually no Opposition, in 1930 Britain had to grant Northern Ireland Commonwealth Status as it began demanding for more Autonomy.
by 1950, Britain was forced to De-colonize due to the fact that the people living in the colonies began to realize that Britain is in no shape to take care of them as Famine and problems spread across the colonies due to massive workers strikes in the Colonies and in the Home Islands grinding the British Economy to an halt, the Military as a result in 1959 staged a coup, and Declared Martial law, King George fled to Singapore with his Family.
in 1960 a Federal Republic was proclaimed following a General Election observed by the Military which assisted in the creation of the new Constitution, following this Britain began massive Economic Plans and began focusing on Research and Development, and Following the Creation of the Computer Britain began focusing on the Electronics Industry which resulted in a massive Information Technology Industry, Education is also prioritized with Welfare and Public Healthcare, Britain in the Modern Day is currently planning to Implement a Universal Income system.
The British Defense Forces is the Armed Forces of the Federal Republic of England and Scotland which acts as a Self Defense force with similar tasks with the Real Life Japanese Self Defense Force, it is tasked on Protecting the people of Britain and the sovereignty of the 1960 Constitution, Recently Article 12 of the Constitution was revised allowing the Defense Force to participate in Foreign Conflicts if one of Britain's allies are threatened, this has caused some problems to the Public as a result.
- Active Personnel:[125,000]
- Reserve Personnel:[75,000]
Military Equipment+Patriotic Songs of Britian
The economy of the Britian is highly developed and market-oriented. The Information Technology sector dominates the UK economy, contributing around 60% of GDP. The economy is also boosted by the large scale construction of Factories in England and Wales along with a Export-Oriented Economy. However, the Economy also contains quite the ammount of Debt. The British Economy has nearly same restrictions and regulations as the Real Life Swedish Economy. The economy is boosted by North Sea oil and gas production its reserves were estimated at 2.8 billion barrels in 2016,
There is a multi-party system that, since 1960, has been dominated by the Briton's First Part(BFP) and the Social Democratic Party of Britain(SCDB). The judiciary of Britain is independent of the executive and the legislature, while it is common for leading members of the executive to be member of the legislature, as well. The political system is laid out in the 1960 constitution, the Federal Law.
The constitution emphasizes the protection of individual liberty in an extensive catalogue of human and civil rights and divides powers both between the federal and state levels and between the legislative, executive and judicial branches.