Travel survey for Northern Ireland: 1999-2001

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Under its present-day form, the leader of the party commanding a majority in the House of Commons heads the government as prime minister, with members of his (or her) Cabinet being likewise drawn from the majority. Glasgow is Scotland’s largest city and once was one of the leading industrial cities of the world. Almost one-third of the population lives in England's prosperous and fertile southeast and is predominantly urban and suburban--with about 7.2 million in the capital of London, which remains the largest city in Europe.

Pages: 39

Publisher: Roads Service, Transportation Unit (2003)

ISBN: 0954305671

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