Constitutional Monarchy combining the Provinces of Scotland, Wales, England, Newfoundland, Labrador, Sahara and the protectorates of the Channel Islands, Bermuda and the Falklands.
Perhaps no nation has endured as much as Great Britain did during the Eco-Crisis. Immesureable treasures were lost as the Atlantic and North Sea rose three meters engulfing much of this lowland nation under water. Only extensive efforts by all citizens were able to secure the Thames from swamping London and the nation.
As the crisis worsened the United Kingdom was nearly reduced to a European dependacy. And when the Northern Ireland governing council voted to peacefully united with the Republic of Ireland it sent a shockwave through the entire Kingdom. A Parliamentary revolt unseated the Monarchy while Scotland and Wales prepared to leave the Union. Only the very Churchillian leadership of former Manchester Mayor Warwick Birnam saved them.
Birnam moved onto the national stage, leading his Foundation Party to Government and restoring the Monarchy while showing the British what a finest hour could look like with a series of bold initiatives that brought the nation back from obscurity to the forefront of the world stage once more.
As the crises peaked and the tides began to receed Britain was petitioned by the Canadian province of New Foundland and Labrador to enter into partnership. An experience that proved extremely beneficial to both sides and resulted in both Labrador and New Foundland individually joining Great Britain as equals in union.
Join initiatives improved processes for large scale cultivation of sea stocks on both sides of the Atlantic in volumes high enough to not only rebound Great Britain as a economic powerhouse but become a major supplier of food to the world.
Then a series of fortunate trade alliances between Scottish engineering firms and their Westcan partners allowed the resurging nation to aid several African Nations during the 2180 Humanitarian Crisis in that continent with Great Britain countering the decimation of these dependancies with cutting edge experimental Terraforming projects along the western Sahara that resulted in stunning growth in that region.
As the Sahara zone stabilized and then prospered the region was granted the option of joining the United Kingdom as an equal partner in the Union. To the betterment of all concerned Sahara accepted and has since become an economic powerhouse of her own.
In the formation of UNCA Great Britain has provided not only the skills and energy of a nation that knows not limit with it's wide resource and industry based economy continuing at the forefront of the world economy.
HIGHEST POPULATION BEFORE ECO-CRISIS: 98,114,575 (not including North America and Africa)
LOWEST POPULATION DURING ECO-CRISIS: 71,668,357 (not including North America and Africa)
POPULATION (AS AT LATEST CENSUS): 110,594,641 (inclusive)
POPULATION OF SAHARA REGION BEFORE ECO-CRISIS: 18,998,126
LOWEST POPULATION OF SAHARA DURING ECO-CRISIS: 4,587,933
CURRENT POPULATION OF SAHARA: 20,129,614