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The British Channel Islands consist of two independent jurisdictions: the Bailiwick of Guernsey consists of the islands of Guernsey, Alderney, Sark and Herm. The only permanently inhabited island in the Bailiwick of Jersey is Jersey itself.

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How did United Kingdom responsibility for the defence of the British Channel Islands originate?

The government of the United Kingdom is responsible for the defence of, and foreign relations of, the Channel Islands - i.e. the Bailiwicks of Guernsey and Jersey. How did this arrangement come about? ...
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British tax havens and the EU post Brexit

As far as I understand, the Channel Islands are more or less the personal property of the British Royal House, and are member of EU's common market by proxy of UK's EU membership, as the Channel ...
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Channel Islands Equivalence in Financial Services

The Channel Islands are not 'in' the EU Single Market, but have a close relationship with it; this is particularly true in Financial Services, where they have a wide-ranging Equivalence agreement. ...