Which is the biggest coffee chain in UK?

Is Costa or Starbucks bigger in UK? Although Starbucks is by far the biggest coffee shop worldwide with a mind-blowing 30,000+ shops in 78 countries, Costa Coffee is the biggest in the UK by some distance with over 2000 shops compared to Starbucks 1000 and Caffe Nero in 3rd place with around 650. How big …

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Why is UK uncodified?

Is the UK uncodified? Parliamentary sovereignty and the UK constitution It may not exist in a single text, like in the USA or Germany, but large parts of it are written down, much of it in the laws passed in Parliament – known as statute law. Therefore, the UK constitution is often described as ‘partly …

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Is Wales the poorest country in the UK?

Is Wales the poorest part of the UK? Across the four parts of the UK, Wales has consistently had the highest poverty. Scotland has generally had the lowest poverty over the last 10 years but has seen a slightly different pattern to the rest of the UK. Are people poor in Wales? Poverty in Wales …

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What counties are landlocked in Ireland?

Which Irish counties have no coastline? County Laois is one of 12 counties in the province of Leinster. It is situated in the Irish midlands and is the only county in Ireland that does not touch a county that touches the sea. Is Kilkenny landlocked? Kilkenny, similar to Kildare, is totally landlocked. Kilkenny is situated …

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What is the nearest tube station to the London Coliseum?

What line is Leicester Square on? Leicester Square tube station is a stone’s throw away from the theatre, served by the Piccadilly and Northern lines. Upon exiting the station, cross Charing Cross Road and walk down Cranbourn Street until you reach Leicester Square. What has been at the London Coliseum? The first theatre in England …

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What was stated in the English Bill of Rights?

What are 3 key ideas in the English Bill of Rights? Economics Question Answer What are 3 key ideas found in the English Bill Of Rights? Monarchs did not have a divine right to rule. 2) Monarch’s must have consent to suspend laws, levy taxes, and maintain army. 3) Monarch can’t interfere with parliamentary elections …

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When did people start using cars in Ireland?

When did cars become popular in Ireland? In 1907, the first Ford cars ever to be seen in Ireland went on display at the Irish Motor Show held in the grounds of the Royal Dublin Society. By 1913, some 600 Ford cars were sold throughout Ireland. In 1917, Henry Ford established Henry Ford & Son …

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