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Can also be described as the "UK Mainland" or "British Mainland". "BRITISH ISLES" - Refers to both the island of Great Britain and the island of Ireland together, despite Ireland not being anything to do with the UK/Britain. Edmund Burke was a leader of this group, as was the eccentric John Wilkes. On 6 December 1922, a year after the Anglo-Irish Treaty was signed, the entire island of Ireland seceded from the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland and formed a new Dominion, the Irish Free State.

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