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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Des entreprises estimentqu'un service disponibledans le cloud permet dereduire les couts Ut enim ad minim Ut enim ad minim 50% 52% 44% Des acheteurs sont prets a depenser plus pour une marque en qui ils ont confiance (et le contacttelephonique permetd'etablir de la confiance) Politics and Laws UK CULTURE The UK's de facto official language is English.Four Celtic languages are spoken in the UK:Welsh; Irish; Scottish Gaelic; and Cornish. 5.5% of the populationspeak South Asian languages. Religion Language Forms of Christianity have dominated religious life.UK is a multi-faith, secularized or post-Christian society as Immigration and demographic change have contributed to the growth of other faiths, most notably Islam.71.6% of all respondents indicated that they were Christians, with the next largest faiths being IslamHinduism , Sikhism, Judaism, Buddhism and all other religions . Special organizations 1.The Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC) a major British theatre company, based in Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire, England. 2.The Royal Academy in London a key organization for the promotion of the visual arts Keep Britain Tidy a British campaign run by the Keep Britain Tidy environmental charity, which is a charity receiving funding by the UK government. Technology England and Scotland were leading centres of the Scientific Revolution from the 17th century and the United Kingdom led the Industrial Revolution from the 18th century,Major engineering projects and applications by people from the UK include:1.the electric motor by Michael Faraday2.the incandescent light bulb by Joseph Swan 3.The first practical telephone patented by Alexander Graham Bell4.the basis of the modern computer byAlan Turing, Monarchy of the United Kingdom and Elections in the United KingdomThe UK has a parliamentary government based on the Westminster system. All bills passed are given Royal Assent before becoming law.The UK's three major political parties are the Conservative Party, the Labour Party and the Liberal Democrats. UK has three distinct systems of law: English law, Northern Ireland law and Scots law. Both English law, which applies in England and Wales, and Northern Ireland law are based on common-law principles. Materials Scotland has the kilt and Tam oshanter, and tartan clothing pattern consisting of criss-crossed horizontal and vertical bands in multiple colors.Fish and chips,a popular takeaway food throughout the United Kingdom.Traditional British cream. Tea is the most popular beverage in the UKa large impact on modern cinema, producing some of the greatest actors, directors and motion pictures of all time. Education England: Most schools came under a formal state school system.Initially schools were separated into infant schools, primary schools and secondary school. England's universities include some of the highest-ranked universities in the worldThe Northern Ireland: a local level is administered by 5 Education and Library Boards covering different geographical areas.Scotland has a long history of universal provision of public education. The majority of schools are non-denominational. The value and attitude British people are governed a lot more than other cultures.British people are quite proud, they pride themselves on being British. But even small things can easily embarrass British people, theyre not very brash. They also whinge an awful lot about it.British people are quite glum and maybe a little bit miserable. Aesthetics British people like red, blue and white. Among them, they like red most.Seven is their favorite number.They like soft light and old stuffs, such as old furniture, clocks and stores. Practically they are nostalgic.They adore roses. Their taboos include pictures of white elephants,peacock and owls.
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