Whether a Neopolitan mastiff- pitbull mix is illegal in the United Kingdom depends on what the individual dog looks like. In the United Kingdom, any dog that looks like a pit bull terrier, a Japanese tosa, a dogo argentino, or a fila braziliero may be declared a "banned dog."
The decision as to whether a particular dog has sufficient traits to be banned will be made by police or council dog expert. The decision is made based entirely on the appearance of the dog. Mixes of mastiff and pitbull type dogs are called bandogs. Bandogs look somewhat similar to most of the dogs on the banned breed list.Learn More
The U.K. imports and exports many things including petroleum and cars. The country also imports and exports plastics and textiles.Full Answer >
BX1 1LT is a nongeographic postcode in the United Kingdom, which means it doesn't have a fixed area that it covers. Lloyds TSB uses this particular postcode, as it allows the company some flexibility when it comes to receiving mail. The BX postcode is used by many other companies for the same reason. British military units serving overseas use the BF postcode to indicate the British Forces Post Office.Full Answer >
Football (soccer) is the most popular sports in England, according to a top ten list from Global Sports 24/7. Fishing does not make the top ten list. Soccer is a wildly popular sport in England that has widespread support from local communities. The Free Republic notes that soccer is not just a sport but a way of expressing values and identity.Full Answer >
As of 2014, newly qualified teachers in public schools in the United Kingdom earn between £21,804 and £36,751 per year. More qualified teachers, referred to as leading practitioners, earn between £37,836 and £64,677, and head teachers earn between £42,803 and £113,303.Full Answer >