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News and Media in the U.K.
Recommended Reading on the U.K.
Travel Information on the U.K.

Featured Articles on Living, Working, Studying, Traveling, and Volunteering in the U.K.
Moving to the U.K. by Jo-Anne Woodward
Expatriating to London by Jill Gordon
London for Expatriates and Visitors: The Ten Best Places to Go by Anna Maria Espsäter
London’s Overlooked Neighborhoods by Jill Gordon
Finding Pub Jobs in England  
Teaching in England: Teacher Trainees Work Without Credentials by Dominika Maslikowski 
Teach in England: A Visiting Math Teacher Fills a Shortage by Kara Shane Colley 
Internships in London with the Mountbatten Internship Programme by Alexander Hadden
Ten Hints for Students: Cutting Costs in London by Juliette Diggs
Living in London: A Student’s Guide to Off-Campus Housing by Augusta Wilson
Living it up in London: A Student’s Survival Guide by Maureen O’Hara
See England as It Was by J.E. Killick
Explore the U.K.as an Insider: Conservation Holidays Avoid the Tourist Hotspots by Tracy Kramer
National Trust Holidays: Work with U.K. Locals for a Worthwhile Cause by M.T. Blay
Working Holidays in the U.K. by Lorraine Flanigan
Summer Volunteer Work in London: The 7-Week Program Provides Cultural Immersion by Tanya Dukes
London on a Shoestring by Caroline Nye
Accessible Travel: Why Not Visit the U.K. by J. E. Killick
Cheap Flights from London by Jill Gordon
The English Bed and Breakfast: By the Time You Leave, You Will Feel You’re Saying Goodbye to Friends by Martee Fansher
England’s Unvisited City by Carla Waldemar
The Channel Islands: Leave Your Watch Behind, and Take it Slow by Katherine Widing
Hardy's Dorset: A Bit of England in Miniature by Joanne Paul
Britain’s Heritage Societies By Kelly Vincent
Solo Travel for Women: A Simple Formula in England by Joanne Paul
Avebury: Britain's Most Sacred Site by Melanie Falcon
An Adventure Surfing on the Cheap in Cornwall, England by Ben Keene
Wandering Off the Whisky Trail: Travel to Drink Beer in Scotland by Ben Keene
Britain’s Adult Colleges by Robert Jacobs
Study Holidays in Britain by Barbara Lokach
Studying Abroad Among the Elite: A Year at the London School of Economics by Chao Huang
Direct Enrollment at Cambridge or Oxford by Amanda Ruggeri
Living and Learning in Oxford: The University is a Town with 40 Colleges by Emily Hilk
A Year Abroad at Oxford University: Studying in the City of Dreaming Spires by Melissa Browne
Study Abroad at Oxford University, England: A New Education by Kelsey O’Brien
Study at Nottingham University in England by Elizabeth L. Hatt
Advanced Studies Abroad in Bath, England by Regina Toto
Travel, Study, and Work in Scotland: Finding a Way to Extend Your Stay by Robert Lovic
Sports and Study Abroad in England: Combine the Two for a Full Cultural Experience by Bruce Myint
Postgraduate Study in Manchester, England: The City Has All a Student Could Want by Andrea Berg
Overseas Experience in the U.K.Leads to Activism at Home by Shannon Cun Lin Hy
Family Narrow Boat Holiday Travel in the UK by Alice Griffin
Self-Guided Walks in Britain: Make Your Own Arrangements on the Internet by Mark Halperin
Enjoy Edinburgh, Scotland with the Locals by Rachel MacFarland 
Highland Holidays in Scotland by Sean Hickey
Scotland on Foot by Jessamine Price
Camping in Scotland by Janice Porter Hayes
A Cottage on a Loch: Low-Cost Vacations In the Scottish Highlands by Janice Porter Hayes
The Orkney Isles in Scotland by Gordon Irving
Wales Has It All: Plan Your Route According to Your Interests by Barbara Ballard
A Castle Tour of Wales by Vivien J. Davies

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 Business and Economy in the U.K.

AmCham EU - American Chamber of Commerce to the EU, www.eucommittee.be. Avenue des Arts 53, 1000 Brussels, Belgium. Tel: 32 2 513 68 92; Fax: 32 2 513 79 28; amchameu@amchameu.be.

British-American Business Council (BABC), www.babc.org, promotes business and trade between the U.K. and the USA.

BritishAmerican Business Inc, www.babinc.org, is a business organization specializing in business relationships between the USA and the U.K.
New York Office: 52 Vanderbilt Avenue, 20th Floor, New York, NY 10017. Tel: 1 (212) 661 4060; Fax: 1 (212) 661 4074.
London Office:75 Brook Street, London W1K 4AD. Tel: 44 (0) 20 7467 7400; Fax: 44 (0) 20 7493 2394.

Export.gov: U.S. Commercial Service in the U.K. publishes Country & Industry Market Reports, Commercial guides, and other essential information for doing business abroad.

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 Expatriate Websites and Resources

American Expats In The U.K., www.americanexpats.co.uk, provides information and resources for Americans living in or moving to the U.K.

Expat Focus provides information and resources for expatriates for a large number of countries, including the U.K. The website also host forums and blogs for expats.

Expat Forums hosts numerous discussion groups for expats, including one for the U.K..

Expatica provides news, information, online resources as well as I am not a tourist Fairs in a large number of European countries, including The United Kingdom. This site also offers a platform to find a job and to get in contact with other expats.

Expatriates.com is an online community for expatriates, has a section on the U.K., with classified ads, links, and a bulletin board.

Focus, www.focus-info.org, is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing information and resources for its members living and working in London and the U.K. in general.

The North American Connection, www.naconnect.com, is a non-profit organization and social club assisting North Americans expatriates in the U.K.to adjust to English culture and customs. Membership includes a newsletter subscription.

Newcomers Club Worldwide is a worldwide directory of newcomers clubs for newly arrived expatriates, including the U.K..

U.K. Yankee, www.uk-yankee.com, is a website for American expatriates living in the U.K.. Provides information about moving, culture, education, immigration, real estate, etc., as well as a forum, live chat and newsletter.

Yalwa United Kingdom, www.yalwa.co.uk, a business directory which allows expats to quickly locate and browse various local services offered in every city in the United Kingdom.

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 Housing and Real Estate in the U.K.

International Real Estate Directory has worldwide real estate listings, including the U.K..

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 News and Media in the U.K.

Kidon Media Link is an online directory of world newspapers and news media, has an extensive listing of news media in the U.K..

Live-radio.net provides continuously updated links to thousands of online radio stations worldwide, including the U.K..

Online Newspapers lists over 1000 links to online newspapers worldwide, including the U.K.

The Economist, www.economist.com, is a British weekly newsmagazine reporting on the global economy, politics, etc.

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 Recommended Reading on the U.K.
Rick Steves' Great Britain 2008 (Rick Steves)  
Lonely Planet England by David Else
The Rough Guide to Britain
Frommer's England 2008 by Darwin Porter, Danforth Prince
Fodor's Great Britain
Passport United Kingdom: Your Pocket Guide to British Business, Customs & Etiquette by Timothy Harper
Great Britain Eyewitness Travel Guides by Michael Leapman
Newcomer's Handbook for Moving to London by Janetta Willis
Culture Shock Britain: Britain by Terry Tan
London at Your Door (Culture Shock! at Your Door) by Orin Hargraves

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 Travel Information for the U.K.

EnjoyEngland, is the official website for tourism in England.

i-uk, www.i-uk.com, is a gateway to the U.K.s business, tourism, educational and cultural resources.

Lonely Planet Worldguide provides a lot of useful travel information, including information on for England, Scotland, and Wales.

New York Times Travel provides Destination Guides for most countries, with a section on United Kingdom, including England, Scotland, and Wales.

Rough Guides Destinations offer much useful travel advice and information for most countries, including England, Scotland and an eBook on Wales.

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