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Modern Problems England was inhabited by ancient humans 800,000 years ago as the discovery of flint tools at Happisburgh in Norfolk has revealed. In the Iron Age, England, like all of Britain south of the Firth of Forth, was inhabited by the Celtic people known as the Britons, but also by some Belgae tribes in the south east. In AD 43 the Roman conquest of Britain began; the Romans maintained control of their province of Britannia through to the 5th century. When the Roman empire ended it led to the Anglo-Saxon settlement of Britain. The Anglo-Saxons established several kingdoms that became the primary powers in what is now England and parts of southern Scotland. They introduced the Old English language. The Anglo-Saxons warred with British successor states in Wales, Cornwall, and the Hen Ogledd, as well as with each other. Raids by the Vikings were frequent after about AD 800, and the Norsemen took control of large parts of what is now England. During this period several rulers attempted to unite the various Anglo-Saxon kingdoms, an effort that led to the emergence of the Kingdom of England by the 10th century. History The main language is English. Language Food There aren't really that many problems besides, poverty, health, acid rain and air pollution. Also, they have a very big population of elders so that effects the portion of people who are working and who aren't working. By Emely Estevez and Ashley Nuñez Geography England is made up of of the central and southern two-thirds of the island of Great Britain, in addition to a number of small islands. England is bordered to the north by Scotland and to the west by Wales. It's closer to continental Europe than any other part of mainland Britain. Much of England consists of rolling hills, but it's generally more mountainous in the north with a chain of mountains, the Pennines, dividing east and west. Other hilly areas in the north and Midlands are the Lake District, the North York Moors, and the Peak District. The approximate dividing line between terrain types is often indicated by the Tees-Exe line. To the south of that line, there are larger areas of flatter land, including East Anglia and the Fens, although hilly areas include the Cotswolds, the Chilterns, and the North and South Downs. Clothing Artwork Dances Architecture Government Religion Extra Most traditional meals have ancient origins, such as bread and cheese, roasted and stewed meats, meat and game pies, boiled vegetables and broths, and fish. Other meals, such as fish and chips, pies and sausages with mashed potatoes, onions, and gravy, are now matched in popularity by curries from India and Bangladesh, and stir-fries based on Chinese and Thai cuisine. Italian cuisine and French cuisine are also now widely adapted. Britain was also quick to adopt the innovation of fast food from the United States, and continues to absorb culinary ideas from all over the world while at the same time rediscovering its roots in sustainable rural agriculture. A famous restaurant called Nando's is the worldwide home of Nando's legendary flame-grilled PERi-PERi chicken. A lot of people enjoy going there because of the food like Niall Horan from One Direction. English fashion is similar to the fashion of the United States with a more of a classic, stylized kick. Birthplace of such fashion icons as Vivienne Westwood and Anna Wintour, England is also known for fine hand tailoring and suit making. In Britain, it's important to look vibrant and tastefully put together. Bright colors are common, as are preppy looks. Little Mix, a British band, dress very stylish and cool. Perrie the blonde one is currently dating Zayn.......from One Direction. Significant English painters of full-size portraits emerged and landscape painting, also began to be practiced by natives. Both were heavily influenced by Anthony Van Dyck in particular, he was a powerful influence in promoting the baroque style. One of the most important native painters of this period was William Dobson. During the 17th century the English nobility also became important collectors of European art, led by King Charles I and Thomas Howard, 21st Earl of Arundel in the first half of the century. In England, some traditional dances are, the circassion cirle, mummer's dance, rapper sword, the morris dance and a dance called molly. The circassion circle is more of a folk-styled dance and the rappers sword is more of a variation of sword dance. And molly's dance is a form of morris dancing that originated in the 19th century. Some modern types of dances include: The inbetweeners dance, "Stop the traffic, Let 'em through", "Pat the dog, screw the lightbulb", and many more, but those are the main ones. This is just a demonstration of the inbetweeners dance by just a couple of kids. Architecturally, little is left from the Celtic, Anglo-Saxon and Roman periods, although Roman town planning, roads, and walls are still evident and Anglo-Saxon churches and Celtic monuments are still standing. The Middle Ages have left Gothic and Romanesque architecture while the Tudor and Stuart periods of England's history have also left their contributions, notably not just in buildings for the elite and the state but also for the middling sort. The eighteenth century saw Georgian and neo-Gothic architecture, which continued into the nineteenth century when neo-Classical styles arose. The twentieth century has seen the rise of suburban building styles and Modernism and reactions against both in the form of conservation, community architecture, and a tendency to revive old styles such as neo-Classicism.
Unlike Scotland and Wales, England does not have a separate parliament or departments to represent and manage it. Contact with the central government is increasingly achieved through nine Government Offices for the Regions. Day-to-day life in the community is governed by local authorities such as district and parish councils. England’s government is called a Parliamentary Monarchy. The monarch for England is Queen Elizabeth II. The monarch, also known as the Crown, is the head of state in England. It serves as the head of the judiciary, commander in chief of the armed forces, supreme governor of the Church of England, and Church of Scotland, and summons and dismisses Parliament and ministers of the cabinet. In theory the crown appoints judges, military officials, diplomats, and archbishops as well as gives honors and awards, such as the knighthoods and peerages. In reality all this is done with the advise of the prime minister.
Here's a picture of the queen meeting and greeting people. Englands biggest active religion is Roman Catholic, however there are officially more members of the Church of England. Islam is England's fastest growing religion. However, England is a protestant country *cough* One Direction *cough*

- Debut album, Up All Night: No.1 in 15 countries
- Debut single, What Makes You Beautiful: No.1 in UK and Ireland
- First UK group to debut at No. 1 in USA with a debut album
- BRIT Award winners of Best Single 2012
- Winner of Favourite UK Band at the Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards 2012
- US Arena Tour announced for summer 2012
- Youngest band to ever perform at the closing ceremony for the Olympics
- Video to ‘What Makes You Beautiful’ has had over 100 million VEVO views
- 2nd No. 1 album: Take Me Home
- 2014 world stadium tour announced
-3D movie This Is Us coming in August

PLUS, ASHLEY, EMELY, AND VANESSA ARE ALL GOING TO THE TAKE ME HOME CONCERT NEXT WEEK ON THURSDAY. I KNOW YOU'RE JEALOUS SHTRAKHMAN NO NEED TO BE MAD THERE'S ALWAYS THE STADIUM TOUR IN 2014. Little Mix -First girlband to ever win the X Factor,
-Their debut single, "Wings" is No.1
-Their album 'DNA' debuted at No.1
-They had a successful tour in the UK
-They are making their debut in America and so far its very successful

PLUS ME ASHLEY AND VANESSA ALL WENT LAST SATURDAY TO MEET THEM AND SEE THEM IN CONCERT IN MIAMI AND THEIR JUST PERFECT AND THE CAMERA GUY INTERVIEWED US SO WERE GONNA BE IN THE VIDEO! JADE SAID NOTHING. Ed Sheeran + -His album, '+' becomes No.1 in
America.
-He performed at the closing ceremony for the Olympics.
-He records a duet with Taylor Swift
-He wrote "Little Things" and "Moments" for One Direction, which were both massive hits.
-He was the opening act for Taylor Swifts tour, "Red" I SURVIVED HAYLOR 2012 ENGLAND The End
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