crown colony

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crown colony

a British colony whose administration and legislature is controlled by the Crown
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The contract is for the benefit of the Contracting Authority and NHS bodies along with any other non-NHS bodies which are necessary for the delivery of services or goods to NHS bodies, local authorities, other government departments or non-departmental public bodies charged with the delivery of healthcare or health related services in the United Kingdom, Crown Dependencies and British Overseas Territories including, without limitation, the National Assembly for Wales, the Northern Ireland Assembly, and Scottish Ministers.
However, senior royals will visit each of her 15 overseas realms where she is head of state - as well as major Commonwealth nations and other destinations with close links to the UK, including Crown Dependencies and British Overseas Territories, the Daily Express reported.
When the family fancied a change of scenery, Duncan contacted a number of British overseas territories to ask about volunteering opportunities.
Julietta Edgar, Royal Mail head of special stamps, said: "I'm delighted that this rarely seen work of art will be viewed by people again on millions of letters every dayA SET of three different stamps marking the 200th anniversary of Trafalgar will also go on sale today in eight countries and British overseas territories
People from British overseas territories will see their registration fees fall from pounds 120 to pounds 85 but will still have to pay the pounds 68 ceremony charge, making the total cost pounds 153.
British overseas territories citizens, were also included in the visa-free proposal.
SIR - I notice that according to the British Overseas Territories Act, which comes into force very soon, all the inhabitants of England's overseas colonies (or territories, to use the preferred word) will have the right to settle in Britain.

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