Britain (or Great Britain) and the United Kingdom (or the UK) include England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. (Sometimes Britain or Great Britain is used just for the island which includes England,
Scotland and Wales, without Northern Ireland.)
The British Isles is the name for England, Scotland, Wales, the whole of Ireland, and all the islands round about.
Note that England is only one part of Britain. Scotland and Wales are not in England, and Scottish and Welsh people do not like to be called 'English'.
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Benefits of Tomatoes
Adequate folic acid intake is essential for pregnant women to protect against neural tube defects in infants. Despite the popularity of the tomato, only 200 years ago it was thought to be poisonous in the U.S., likely because the plant belongs to the nightshade family, of which some species are truly poisonous.