EWNI

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EWNIEngland, Wales and Northern Ireland (UK)
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In November, it was announced that first-time buyers paying PS300,000 or less for a home would pay no stamp duty, affecting those in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
Touts are charging up to PS1,200 for tickets for games involving England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
The Campaign for an English Parliament said if the SNP negotiated its way out of taking a share of the national debt - as it has hinted it would do if a shared currency was blocked - the rest of the share would mean huge liabilities for England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
Eddie Bone, the chairman of the campaign, said: "It highlights why England, Wales and Northern Ireland now urgently requires formal representation.
And he reckons the popularity of rugby's Six Nations tournament proves the punters would turn out in huge numbers to see Scotland, England, Wales and Northern Ireland face off on a regular basis.
"The three of us have enjoyed the banter since the World Cup draw left England, Wales and Northern Ireland all in the same European qualifying group," said Worthington, who won 66 caps before hanging up his boots in 1997.
In support of his reason for doubt Rhodri correctly argues that England's population will then form 92% of the population of the resulting Rump UK (England, Wales and Northern Ireland).
It offered staff in England, Wales and Northern Ireland a 1.5% pay rise in April followed by a further 1% in November but devolved administrations in Northern Ireland, Wales and Scotland agreed to pay the rise in full in one go.
In several key benchmarks, the percentage of Welsh pupils slipped when compared to that of England and to the average of teenagers in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. The gulf was most marked in the percentage of young people obtaining the key benchmark of five A* to C grades, which saw Wales fall further behind average for the sixth year in a row.