Social structure of the United Kingdom  

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social structure

The social structure of Britain is organised according to several cultural phenomena. Traditionally, in England, Scotland and Wales, people have been under a meritocracy and plutocracy, with the British Royal Family and/or their ancestors, heading their subjects. Other aspects affecting social class of the United Kingdom include occupation, abode and caste.

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UK social stereotypes




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