Category:British overseas territories
From POERUP - Policies for OER Uptake
Wikipedia  notes that:
- The British Overseas Territories are fourteen territories which the United Kingdom has under its sovereignty, but not as part of the United Kingdom itself.
- The territories of Jersey, Guernsey and the Isle of Man, though also under the sovereignty of the British Crown, have a slightly different constitutional relationship with the United Kingdom, and are consequently classed as Crown dependencies rather than Overseas Territories. Territories and dependencies are distinct from the Commonwealth of Nations, a voluntary association of former British colonies and latterly other nations such as Mozambique that have joined because of the benefits it offers.
Pages in category "British overseas territories"
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