United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland
The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland is a sovereign state just northwest of France on a selection of islands that are known as the British Isles. Ruled by the King, the government and the parliament, the United Kingdom stands above all other nations in Europe with their effective system of governance.
Formed in 1801, the Kingdom of Great Britain (which encompassed England, Scotland, and Wales) and the Kingdom of Ireland merged into one United Kingdom, thus was formed the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland.
The State of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland is headed by the King, who rules with the assistance of the Privy Council and the British Parliament, which is seated in the City of London.
The State Religion of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland is formally established as the Church of England.
The Capital is the City of London.
The Ruling Household is the House of Hanover.
His Majesty's Government is currently formed by the British Nationalists' Workers Party. They are led by the Prime Minister, Willem Batavus. The party currently holds members of the Royal Family.
His Majesty's Parliament is the legislative body of the United Kingdom and works with the Regency to pass bills into law for the betterment of the United Kingdom and its subsidiaries.