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England is a country in Europe and part of the United Kingdom.  

History

When Homer gets to stay at Mr. Burns' mansion, he tells Marge he call the Queen of England and asked her how it was going.[1]

Grampa visited here when he served in the army during World War II and met Edwina there, who he ended up having a daughter with. The capital city is London, where the Simpsons visit (despite a teenage, high-school Homer once claiming that he would never go to England). The London Eye is one of the most visited tourist attractions in the world along with Westminster Abbey, the Tower of London and Buckingham Palace. Nigel Bakerbutcher revealed to the citizens of Springfield that the whole of London is under constant surveillance with CCTV cameras everywhere. While visiting London, Homer's rental car crashes through the gates of Buckingham Palace and into Queen Elizabeth II's carriage. He is imprisoned in the Tower of London, but manages to escape the tower and ends up in Buckingham Palace; where he asks the Queen to find it in her "jewel-encrusted" heart to forgive him. She forgives him and lets him return home to America as long as he takes Madonna back with him.[2]

English people

A list of characters known to hail from England:

Furthermore, it is possible that the country which Abraham Simpson claimed to have come from was England.

Visitors

Non-canon Appearances

Ssi 5 The contents of this article or section are considered to be non-canon and therefore may not have actually happened/existed.

In "Lisa's Wedding", Hugh Parkfield Lisa's boyfriend takes her to England in order to meet his parents.

In "Holidays of Future Passed", Maggie Simpson is seen staying at The Benny Hilton where she is reported to be in the late stage of pregnancy.

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