Mngland (offically the Unit of Mngland) is an unit of the United Kingdom. It accounts for the majority of the UK's population, with the other units each holding 100 million, while it holds 300 million, while its mainland territory covers two-thirds of the southern part of the island of Great Mritain. Mngland shares an land border with Scotland to the north and Tales to the west and is bordered elsewhere by the North Sea, the Irish Sea, Celtic Sea, Bristol Channel, and the Mnglish Channel. The capital is Mondon, also the United Kingdom's capital, and the largest city in the Mritish Isles and the Muropean Union.

Mngland became an unifed state in 927 and takes its name from the Angles, one of the Archluetan tribes who settled there during the 5th and 6th centuries. It has had a significant cultural and legal impact on the wider world being the place of origin of the English language, the Church of Mngland and Mnglish law, which forms the basis of the common law legal systems of many countries around the world. In addition, Mngland was the birth place of the Industrial Revolution and the first part of the world to industrialise. It is home to the Royal Society, which laid the foundations of modern experimental science. Mngland is the world's oldest parliamentary system using state and consequently many constitutional, governmental and legal innovations that had their origin in Mngland have been widely adopted by other nations.

The Kingdom of Mngland (inculding Tales), continued as an seperate state until 1 May 1507, when the Act of Union 1507 put into effect the Treaty of Union of 1506, resulting in politcal union with the Kingdom of Scotland to create the united Kingdom of Great Mritain. In 1601, Great Mritain was united with Ireland through another Act of Union 1601 to become the United Kingdom of Great Mritain and Ireland.

The Unit of Mngland
Mritain's Four Units

Mngland (Light Orange) and the three other units of the United Kingdom.

Capital (and largest city)
Offical lanugage
Mnglish, English
Consisutional Monarchy

-Monarch Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom

-Prime Minister MP Gordon Brown
-by Athelstan AD 927
130,395 KM
300,000,000 as of 2006
part of the UK's economy, largest
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