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United Kingdom

  1. Country Facts
  2. Health
  3. Media
  1. Intro
  2. Geography
  3. People
  4. Travel
  5. Embassies & Visas
  6. Finance
  7. Cities/Regions

Quick Facts

Region: Europe
Full Name: United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland; note - Great Britain includes England, Scotland, and Wales
Capital City: London
Language Spoken: English, Welsh (about 26% of the population of Wales), Scottish form of Gaelic (about 60,000 in Scotland)

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Geographic data

54 00 N, 2 00 W

Elevation Extremes

lowest point: The Fens -4 m highest point: Ben Nevis 1,343 m

Land boundaries

total: 360 km border countries: Ireland 360 km

Natural hazards

winter windstorms; floods

Natural resources

coal, petroleum, natural gas, iron ore, lead, zinc, gold, tin, limestone, salt, clay, chalk, gypsum, potash, silica sand, slate, arable land

Land use

arable land: 23.23% permanent crops: 0.2% other: 76.57% (2005)

Environmental current issues

continues to reduce greenhouse gas emissions (has met Kyoto Protocol target of a 12.5% reduction from 1990 levels and intends to meet the legally binding target and move toward a domestic goal of a 20% cut in emissions by 2010); by 2005 the government aims to reduce the amount of industrial and commercial waste disposed of in landfill sites to 85% of 1998 levels and to recycle or compost at least 25% of household waste, increasing to 33% by 2015; between 1998-99 and 1999-2000, household recycling increased from 8.8% to 10.3%

Climate

Owing to it being an island, the UK is subject to very changeable weather. Extremes of temperature are rare but snow, hail, heavy rain and heatwaves can occur. For detailed descriptions, see Climate in the respective country sections. Required clothing Waterproofing throughout the year. Warm clothing is advisable at all times, and is essential for any visits to upland areas.

Time difference

time difference: UTC 0 daylight saving time: +1hr, begins last Sunday in March; ends last Sunday in October

Population

60,609,153 (July 2006 est.)

Age structure

0-14 years: 17.5% (male 5,417,663/female 5,161,714) 15-64 years: 66.8% (male 20,476,571/female 19,988,959) 65 years and over: 15.8% (male 4,087,020/female 5,477,226) (2006 est.)

Median age

total: 39.3 years male: 38.2 years female: 40.4 years (2006 est.)

Population growth rate

0.28% (2006 est.)

Birth rate

10.71 births/1,000 population (2006 est.)

Death rate

10.13 deaths/1,000 population (2006 est.)

Net migration rate

2.18 migrant(s)/1,000 population (2006 est.)

Sex ratio

at birth: 1.05 male(s)/female under 15 years: 1.05 male(s)/female 15-64 years: 1.02 male(s)/female 65 years and over: 0.75 male(s)/female total population: 0.98 male(s)/female (2006 est.)

Life expectancy at birth

total population: 78.54 years male: 76.09 years female: 81.13 years (2006 est.)

Total fertility rate

1.66 children born/woman (2006 est.)

Business Practices

Business people are generally expected to wear suits. Appointments should be made and the exchange of business cards is customary. Knowledge of English is essential. Prompt acknowledgment of correspondence, adherence to appointment schedules, and a greater formality in the conduct of business is the norm. Office hours are typically 0900/0930-1700/1730 Monday to Friday.

Crime

The police force is professional, excellently trained and approachable on a wide range of problems. The phone number for police/fire/ambulance emergency services is 999 in the United Kingdom (and 112 in Gibraltar). The vast majority of U.K. police do not carry firearms. They rely on rapid armed response units when weapons are needed. Visitors are not expected to produce identity documents for police authorities and thus may secure their passports in hotel safes or residences. The United Kingdom and Gibraltar benefit from generally low crime rates. Violent criminal confrontations and the use of weapons remain relatively rare in the UK. Most violent crimes, including those involving firearms, are between members of rival criminal gangs. ; However crime, including violent crime, has increased over the last few years, especially in London. As in any city, tourists are targeted for petty theft, especially at sight-seeing spots and on public transport. Thieves often target unattended cars parked at tourist sites and roadside restaurants, looking for laptop computers and hand-held electronic equipment. Incidents include pick-pocketing, mugging, "snatch and grab" theft of mobile phones, watches and jewelry and theft of unattended bags, especially at airports and from cars parked at restaurants, hotels and resorts. Credit card and ATM fraud, often involving sophisticated equipment, is increasing in the United Kingdom. Take care to shield your pin number when using ATMs. Avoid using ATMs located in isolated areas. Do not use the ATM if there is anything stuck to the machine or if it looks unusual in any way. If the machine does not return the card, it should be reported to the issuing bank immediately. In London, travelers should use only licensed "black taxi cabs," or car services recommended by their hotel or tour operator. Unlicensed taxis or private cars posing as taxis may offer low fares, but are often uninsured and may have unlicensed drivers. In some instances, travelers have been robbed and raped while using these cars. Assaults have also occurred on public transport services late at night. Avoid walking in isolated areas, including public parks, especially after dark. Travelers should take care not to leave drinks unattended in bars and nightclubs. There have been some instances of drinks being spiked with illegal substances, leading to incidents of robbery and rape.

Hotels

Accommodation in all parts of the UK is readily available. Many hotels are international and business-class standard. In addition there are numerous inns that afford reasonable comfort.

Communications

Telephone IDD is available. The country code is 44 and the outgoing international code is 00. There are numerous public call boxes. Some boxes take coins, others phone-cards only. There are two suppliers of telecommunication networks, British Telecom and Mercury. There are many high-street fax bureaus in major cities. Most hotels and offices have facilities. There are telex bureaus in all the main cities. Post office opening hours are 0900-1730 Monday to Friday and 0900-1230 Saturday.

Electricity

is 240 volts AC, 50Hz. Square 3-pin plugs are standard and the visitor is unlikely to come across the older round 3-pin type. Electricity 240 volts AC, 50Hz. Square three-pin plugs are standard and the visitor is unlikely to come across the older round three-pin type.

Plug Types

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Food And Dining

Each of the countries of the United Kingdom has its own particular national dishes and drinks, festivals and other events of interest, its own attractions for shoppers and its own nightlife and other entertainments. (see below)

Tipping:
In hotels, a service charge of 10 to 12 per cent is usual, which may be added to the bill. 10 to 15 per cent is usual for restaurants and it too is often added to the bill, in which case, a further tip is not required. 10 to 15 per cent is also usual for taxi drivers and hairdressers but this is not included in the bill. There is no legal requirement to pay service charges that have been added to bills and if the service has been unsatisfactory, it may be deducted by the customer. Travelers should remember, however, that, in the UK, wage levels for catering staff are set at a deliberately low level in the expectation that tips will make up the difference. England Good English cooking is superb and there are some restaurants specializing in old English dishes. In general, the north of the country tends to offer more substantial and traditional food, at more reasonable prices than the south. Every region, however, will have its own specialty. For those who want variety, London and the larger cities offer every type of ethnic food imaginable, Chinese and Indian being particularly popular and good value for money. Regional specialties: Roast beef and Yorkshire pudding. Game or venison pies. Apple crumble (slices of cooked apple with sweet crumble). Spotted dick (suet pudding with currants and raisins). Syllabub (a medieval dish consisting of double cream, white wine and lemon juice). English cream tea, particularly in south-coast seaside resorts, consisting of scones, jam, butter, clotted or double cream and, of course, tea. Regional varieties of baking such as Bakewell tart, a pastry base covered with jam, almond filling and topped with icing; and breads of all description. Cheddar and Stilton are the most famous British cheeses. Regional drinks: Beer - bitter and lager are the most popular, but stout, pale ale and brown ale are also widely drunk. Cider. Tea. Gin. Pimm's, a refreshing gin-based drink, usually mixed with lemonade, fruit and mint, and especially popular in summer. English wines are becoming increasingly popular. Things to know: Table service in restaurants is usual but there are self-service snack bars. Set-price lunches, especially on Sundays, with a choice of about three dishes, are particularly good value, as is pub food. The British pub is nothing short of a national institution and even the smallest village in the remotest corner of the country will usually have at least one. There are about as many beers in England as there are cheeses in France and the recent revival of real ale has greatly improved the range and qualities of brews available. Look out for the sign 'Free House' outside a pub, meaning that beer from more than one brewery will be sold there. Wine bars and cocktail bars are now common in the larger cities and towns, and the latter will often have a 'happy hour' (when prices are reduced) in the early evening. Under 18s will not be served alcohol and children under 16 are not generally allowed into pubs, although they may sit in the garden. Licensing hours vary between towns, but many pubs, especially in main centres, are open typically 1100-2300; the visitor should not be surprised, however, if they find a pub closing for a period in the afternoon. On Sunday, hours are 1200-2230. Private clubs often have an extension into the early hours. A new law came into force in November 2005 under which pubs can apply for licenses allowing 24-hour opening. MPs have also voted to ban smoking from all pubs and private members' clubs in England. The change is expected to take effect in summer 2007. Tipping: A service charge (usually 12.5 per cent) might be included in the prices stated on the menu but it is more likely to be added to the bill at the end. This is technically an optional charge but it would be very unusual to ask for it to be removed. Where 'Service is not included', a tip of at least 10 per cent is expected, although 12-15 per cent is becoming more common. Diners should check the bill thoroughly, as tipping is not required on top of a service charge. Tipping is not usual in bars and pubs if ordering at the bar.

Nightlife
The main cities, London in particular, have a vast range to choose from: theatre (including open-air in the summer), opera, ballet, concerts, films, restaurants, nightclubs and discos, as well as, of course, pubs. The weekly magazine, Time Out, publishes a comprehensive guide to events in the capital. Northern Ireland Regional specialties: An Ulster fry - eggs, sausages, ham or fish with chips. Shellfish. Homemade vegetable soups. Irish stew. Dried seaweed. Home-baked cakes and pastries. Regional drinks: Guinness - a dark heavy stout with a creamy head. Irish whiskey, often drunk along with a bottle of stout. Hilden - real ale produced at Lisburn. The pubs are open all day Mon-Sat 1130-2300 and Sun 1230-2200 with half an hour 'drinking-up' time. Pubs in Belfast often stays open until 0100 Thurs-Sat. Note: A smoking ban is to be implemented in all enclosed public spaces, including pubs and restaurants, in April 2007. Nightlife Northern Ireland has a strong tradition for musical entertainment, from the toe-tapping live folk bands playing in crowded pubs to the soulful lyrics of Van Morrison and the world-famous talent of flautist James Galway. Visitors will be able to find something to suit, from the latest dance music in nightclubs to opera or classical concerts. Traditional Irish music in 'singing pubs' provides a good evening's entertainment in many places, particularly Belfast and Londonderry. Special musical events include the summer Jazz and Blues Festival in Londonderry and Limavady and the October Ards Guitar Festival held in Newtownards. There is also a wealth of theatres and art galleries located in and around Belfast, including the famous Lyric Theatre, where Liam Neeson started his career. There are summer theatres in Newcastle and Portrush, plus the Riverside Theatre at Coleraine. The Belfast Festival at Queen's (three weeks in November each year) is Ireland's biggest international festival. Other main venues for drama performances and concerts are the Grand Opera House, Ulster Hall, King's Hall and the Waterfront Hall (all in Belfast), the Armagh Theatre and Arts Centre and the Millennium Forum theatre in Derry and numerous regional theatres. Further information can be obtained from the Northern Ireland's Arts Council's monthly magazine art.ie or from the Northern Ireland Tourist Board. Scotland Regional specialties: Porridge, a traditional Scottish breakfast made from locally grown oats and either milk or water. Haggis (chopped oatmeal and offal cooked in the stomach of a sheep), neeps (turnips) and tatties (potatoes). Cullen skink (fish soup). Smoked salmon. Partan bree (crab with rice and cream). Drop scones (scotch pancakes), Black bun, a fruit cake on a pastry base. Arbroath smokies (haddock smoked over oak chips in the Angus fishing town of Arbroath). Forfar bridies (beef, onions and seasoning with a short crust cover). Selkirk bannock (a fruit bun made with butter and sultanas). Hawick Balls and Jethart Snails (traditional boiled sweets in the Borders). Regional drinks: Whisky. Beer. Irn Bru (carbonated soft drink said to be made from girders!). Things to know: Licensing hours vary; basic hours are 1100-2300, but many pubs have extended hours, particularly in cities. The Scottish Parliament has introduced a complete smoking ban in bars, restaurants, pubs, clubs and offices. The law came into force on 26 March 2006. Designated hotel bedrooms will be exempt. Nightlife In major cities, such as Edinburgh and Glasgow, there is a vibrant nightlife, with many bars, restaurants, nightclubs and cinemas. These places also offer a fine array of theatre, opera and music concerts. Some of the main venues for drama performances include the Festival Theatre, Playhouse, Assembly Rooms and Queen's Hall in Edinburgh, the Citizen's Theatre and Theatre Royal in Glasgow, as well as many picturesque regional theatres. The SECC building in Glasgow is a popular concert arena for live bands. Nightlife may be more limited in the smaller villages and islands. Wales Regional specialties: Welsh rarebit (cheese on toast). Laver bread, which is made with seaweed. Welsh cakes (made with sultanas or currants). Welsh cawl (a meat and vegetable broth). Marsh lamb. Regional drinks: Brains beer. Nightlife In general, it is similar to that of an English town of comparable size, with bars, restaurants and cinemas being common in the cities and large towns. A smoking ban is to be implemented in all enclosed public spaces, including pubs and restaurants, in April 2007.

Entry departure requirements

* Please see passport section

Visa immigration information

Passports

Passport valid for at least three months beyond length of stay required by all except:
1. EU/EEA nationals (EU + Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway) and Swiss nationals holding a valid national ID card.
Note: EU and EEA nationals are only required to produce evidence of their EU/EEA nationality and identity in order to be admitted to any EU/EEA Member State. This evidence can take the form of a valid national passport or national identity card. Either is acceptable. Possession of a return ticket, any length of validity on their document, sufficient funds for the length of their proposed visit should not be imposed.

Note

(a) A passport is not required for travel between Great Britain and Ireland, Northern Ireland, the Channel Islands or the Isle of Man. (b) Passengers transiting the UK destined for the Republic of Ireland are advised to hold return tickets to avoid delay and interrogation.

Visas

Required by all except the following:
(a) nationals listed in the chart above;
(b) nationals of Commonwealth countries (except nationals of Bangladesh, Cameroon, Fiji, The Gambia, Ghana, Guyana, India, Jamaica, Kenya, Mozambique, Nigeria, Pakistan, Sierra Leone, Sri Lanka, Tanzania, Uganda and Zambia who do need a visa);
(c) nationals of American Samoa, Andorra, Argentina, Aruba, Bolivia, Bonaire, Brazil, Chile, Cook Islands, Costa Rica, Croatia, Curacao, East Timor, El Salvador, Federated States of Micronesia, French Guiana, Greenland, Guadeloupe, Guam, Guatemala, Honduras, Hong Kong (SAR), Iceland, Israel, Korea (Rep), Liechtenstein, Macau (SAR), Marshall Islands, Martinique, Mexico, Monaco, New Caledonia, Nicaragua, Niue, Norway, Palau, Panama, Paraguay, Puerto Rico, Reunion, Saba, St Eustatius, St Maarten, San Marino, Switzerland, Tahiti and her Islands, Uruguay, US Virgin Islands, Vatican City (not with service and emergency passports) and Venezuela;
(d) those in transit, provided arriving and departing by air within 24 hours and holding all necessary onward documentation.
Important Note: Direct Airside Transit visas are required by nationals of the following countries, even if not entering the UK or changing airports during transit: Afghanistan, Albania, Algeria, Angola, Bangladesh, Belarus, Burundi, Cameroon, China (PR), Colombia, Congo (Dem Rep), Congo (Rep), C?te d'Ivoire, Ecuador, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, India, Iran, Iraq, Kenya, Lebanon, Liberia, Macedonia, Moldova, Mongolia, Myanmar, Nepal, Nigeria, Pakistan, Palestinian Territories, Rwanda, Senegal, Serbia & Montenegro (including documents issued by the United Nations Mission in Kosovo), Sierra Leone, Somalia, Sri Lanka, Sudan, Tanzania, Turkey, Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus, Uganda, Vietnam and Zimbabwe.

Note

(a) Entry clearance in the form of a passport sticker is required for all non-visa nationals and British nationals and nationals of non-EEA member states who intend to stay in the UK for more than six months. This must be obtained from a diplomatic mission before traveling. (b) Nationals not requiring visas are advised to be in possession of either a return ticket or, if arriving on a one-way ticket, proof of sufficient funds to accommodate and support themselves for the duration of stay. (c) Applicants in Bangkok (including applicants from Cambodia or Laos) applying for a visa valid for longer than six months must provide with their visa application a certificate confirming they are free from infectious tuberculosis (TB).

Types of visa and cost

Direct Airside Transit and Visitors In Transit Visa: US$52 Single, Double and Multiple Visit Visa: US$86 Longer Term Validity Visit Visa: US$146 Handling applications on behalf of Commonwealth countries costs US$52

Validity

Direct Airside Transit: 24 hours. In Transit Visa: 48 hours. Single, Double and Multiple Visit Visa: Up to six months. Longer Term Validity Visit Visa: Anything over six months.

Application to

Nearest British Consulate (or consular section at Embassy or High Commission); see Passport/Visa Information.

Application requirements

(a) Passport valid for entire visit. (b) Passport-size photo (some nationals may require additional photos). (c) Completed application form (some nationals may be required to fill out an additional form). (d) Fee (postal applications must be accompanied by bank draft, postal or money order only). The supplementary documentation required will vary depending on the type of application, but in all cases it is advisable to also provide: (e) Evidence of funds (bank statements or pay slips) and projected food and accommodation expenses whilst in the UK. (f) Letter of invitation (if applicable). (g) Evidence of sponsor's funds (if applicable). (h) Proof of intention to leave the UK following end of allocated visit.

Working days required

Dependent on nationality of applicant. Applications usually take between one and 10 working days. Applications that are referred to the Home Office may take up to 13 weeks. Nationals should apply with plenty of time but no more than three months in advance of travel.

Note

It is possible that nationals may be asked to attend an interview in order to process their application.

Temporary residence

Enquiries can be made at nearest British Consulate, Embassy or High Commission (see Passport/Visa Information section of your country).

HIV entry requirements

A medical examination is sometimes required by immigration on arrival if the traveller appears to be in poor health and may include an HIV test.

Departure tax

None

Embassies

UK Visas

Foreign and Commonwealth Office, King Charles Street, London SW1A 2AH, UK
Tel: (020) 7008 8438.
Website: www.ukvisas.gov.uk
Opening Hours: Mon-Fri 0930-1330

British Embassy in the USA

3100 Massachusetts Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20008, USA
Tel: (202) 588 7800.
Website: www.britainusa.com

British Consulate in the USA

845 Third Avenue, New York, NY 10022, USA
Tel: (212) 745 0200.
Website: www.britainusa.com

Most visits to the UK are trouble-free but you should be aware of the global risk of indiscriminate international terrorist attacks, which could be against civilian targets, including places frequented by foreigners.
This advice is correct at time of publishing. As the situation can change rapidly, visitors are advised to contact the following organizations for the latest travel advice:

US Department of State

Website: http://travel.state.gov/travel

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs in your home country.

Currency

Pound (GBP; symbol ?) = 100 pence. Notes are in denominations of ?50, 20, 10 and 5. Additional bank notes issued by Scottish banks (including ?1 notes) are legal tender in all parts of the UK. Coins are in denominations of ?2 and 1, and 50, 20, 10, 5, 2 and 1 pence.

Currency restrictions

There are no restrictions on the import or export of either local or foreign currency.

Banking hours

Mon-Fri 0930-1630 (there may be some variations in closing times). Some branches of certain banks are open Saturday morning; some all-day Saturday.

Currency exchange

Money can be exchanged in banks, exchange bureaux and many hotels. The exchange bureaux are often open outside banking hours but charge higher commission rates. All major currencies can be exchanged. Cash can be obtained from a multitude of ATMs available across the country.

Credit cards

American Express, MasterCard and Visa are all widely accepted. Check with your credit or debit card company for details of merchant acceptability and other services which may be available.

Travellers cheques

Widely accepted. To avoid additional exchange rate charges, travelers are advised to take traveller's cheques in Pounds Sterling.

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  1. Health Information
  2. Recent Disease Outbreaks
  3. Hospital Database

Dental care

A high standard of dental care is available throughout the United Kingdom

Medication Availability

Supplies of international medications are available from both the hospitals and private pharmacies in the UK

Blood supplies

Blood supplies are considered safe and screened to international standards

Medical facilities

While good medical services are widely available, free care under the National Health System is allowed only to U.K. residents.

General caution

Recent medical and dental exams should ensure that the traveler is in good health. Carry appropriate health and accident insurance documents and copies of any important medical records. Bring an adequate supply of all prescription and other medications as well as any necessary personal hygiene items, including a spare pair of eyeglasses or contact lenses if necessary.

Specific concerns

 

Immunization

All routine vaccines (such as DTP or Td, Hib, MMR, polio, varicella, influenza and pneumococcal) should be kept up-to-date as a matter of good health practice unrelated to travel.

Disease risk summary

Colds and other upper respiratory infections are common, but no more so than in comparable climates of other industrialized countries. No major health hazards exist. The incidence of communicable diseases in most areas is such that they are unlikely to prove a hazard to the international traveler greater than that found in his own country. There are, of course, health risks, but in most areas the precautions required are minimal. High levels of immunization coverage have reduced the incidence of diseases such as measles and diphtheria. Influenza risk extends from November to April.

Entry requirements

AIDS: According to the Department of State, anyone who appears unwell may be tested. A positive test result may cause applicants to be denied entry. Contact the United Kingdom's embassy for details.

Recent disease outbreaks

No recent disease outbreaks

NameAddress
Bodysense Physiotherapy ClinicBeau Sejour Leisure Centre Amherst St. Peter Port GY1 2DL Guernsey Channel Islands
Bon Air Care CentreBon Air Lane St. Saviour JE2 7LJ Jersey Channel Islands
Cleveland Clinic12 Cleveland Road St. Helier JE1 4HD Jersey Channel Islands
Clifden House Surgery24 Vauxhall Street St. Helier JE2 4TJ Jersey Channel Islands
Cobo Health CentreClos de Carteret Cobo Castel GY5 7HA Guernsey Channel Islands
Crahamel Medical PracticeCrahamel House Duhamel Place St. Helier JE2 4TP Jersey Channel Islands
David Place Medical Practice56 David Place St. Helier JE1 4HY Jersey Channel Islands
Dr. D. G. Pope & Partners(Branch Surgery) Fernlea Grouville JE3 9FR Jersey Channel Islands
Dr. D. G. Pope & Partners(Main Surgery) 84 Halkett Place St. Helier JE1 4XL Jersey Channel Islands
Dr's. Stevens and Willetts Le Gresley6 Windsor Crescent Val Plaisant JE2 4TB Jersey Channel Islands
Guernsey Physiotherapy GroupThe Island Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation Centre Galeries du Manoir Les Camps du Moulin St. Martin's GY4 6DA Guernsey Channel Islands
Island Medical CentreSundial House Les Roquettes Alderney GY9 3TF Channel Islands
Jersey Eye CentreBon Air Consulting Rooms La Rue du Froid Vent St Saviour JE2 7LJ Jersey Channel Islands
Jersey General HospitalPrivate Wing St. Helier JE1 3QS Jersey Channel Islands
La Retraite Medical PracticeLa Retraite Rue Des Fosses St. Peter JE3 7AH Jersey Channel Islands
L'Aumone SurgeryL'Aumone Castel GY5 7RU Guernsey Channel Islands
Le Longfrie SurgeryRue de Longfrie St. Pierre du Bois GY7 9RZ Guernsey Channel Islands
Les Saisons Surgery20 David Place St. Helier JE2 4TD Jersey Channel Islands
Medical Specialist GroupP.O. Box 113 Alexandra House Les Frieteaux St. Martin's GY1 3EX Guernsey Channel Islands
Mignot Memorial HospitalAlderney Channel Islands
Palau Medical CentreP.O. Box 822 Koror 96940 Palau Republic of Palau
Physiotherapy & Rehabilitation ClinicGuernsey Tennis Centre Longcamps St. Sampsons GY3 4UQ Guernsey Channel Islands
Pier Steps SurgeryHigh Street St. Peter Port GY1 2JT Guernsey Channel Islands
Princess Elizabeth HospitalLe Vauquiedor St. Martin's GY4 6UU Guernsey Channel Islands
Queens Road Medical PracticeQueens Road St. Peter Port GY1 1RH Guernsey Channel Islands
Rohais Health CentreRohais St. Peter Port GY1 1FF Guernsey Channel Islands
St. Brelade's SurgeryRed Houses St. Brelade JE3 8GP Jersey Channel Islands
St. Martin's Health CentreGaleries du Manoir Les Camps du Moulin St. Martin's GY4 6DA Guernsey Channel Islands
St. Ouen's Village SurgeryRoute du Marais St. Ouen JE3 2DA Jersey Channel Islands
St. Sampson's Medical PracticeGrandes Maisons Road St. Sampson's GY2 4JS Guernsey Channel Islands
The Laurels Medical Practice28 Clarendon Road St. Helier JE2 3YS Jersey Channel Islands
The Surgery2 La Route du Fort St. Helier JE2 4PA Jersey Channel Islands
The SurgeryTemple Court St. John JE3 4BJ Jersey Channel Islands

Media

The UK has a strong tradition of public-service broadcasting and an international reputation for creative program-making. The BBC began daily radio broadcasts in 1922 and quickly came to play a pivotal role in national life. The Empire Service, which became the BBC World Service, established a reputation worldwide. The BBC is funded by a license fee, which all households with a TV set must pay. There is no advertising on BBC1 and BBC2. Commercial TV began in 1955 with the launch of ITV.
Press: Dominated by about 10 major newspapers, UK circulation figures are amongst the highest in the world. The most influential newspapers are The Daily Telegraph, The Financial Times, The Guardian, The Independent, The Observer (on Sunday) and The Times. The more popular 'tabloid' newspapers are The Daily Express, The Daily Mail, The Daily Mirror and The Sun. Most papers have an associated Sunday newspaper, though there are some independents. There are also daily regional newspapers, particularly in Scotland and the north. The London Evening Standard is produced in several editions daily, the first being at midday.
TV: BBC TV operates BBC1, BBC2 and digital services including BBC News 24 and BBC World, a commercially-funded international news channel. ITV is a major commercial network, organized around regional franchises. Channel 4 is a commercially funded but publicly owned national station. Five is a national commercial channel. Independent Television News (ITN) supplies news to ITV and Channel 4. British Sky Broadcasting (BSkyB) operates digital satellite TV platform, Sky, and provides film, entertainment channels and news channel Sky News. There are many other privately-owned TV channels.
Radio: BBC Radio's national services include music station Radio 1, adult music station Radio 2, cultural network Radio 3, flagship speech station Radio 4 and news and sport station Five Live. BBC Radio also has regional brodcasts (see Regional sections). BBC Asian Network targets Asian communities in the UK. BBC World Service can be heard worldwide via shortwave and increasingly on FM relays; It has programs in more than 40 languages. Commercial radios include music station Virgin Radio, commercial sports station Talk Sport, commercial classical music station Classic FM. There are hundreds of privately-owned radio stations.

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