Ireland (Handy Map)

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The upper-tier subdivisions of England are the nine regions, now used primarily for statistical purposes. [143] One region, Greater London, has had a directly elected assembly and mayor since 2000 following popular support for the proposal in a referendum. [144] It was intended that other regions would also be given their own elected regional assemblies, but a proposed assembly in the North East region was rejected by a referendum in 2004. [145] Below the regional tier, some parts of England have county councils and district councils and others have unitary authorities; while London consists of 32 London boroughs and the City of London.

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Publisher: Collins; 3rd edition (February 2, 2004)

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