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PESTEL ANALYSIS OF UKSubmitted by:Aniketh Rawat (20008)Ashmeet Kaur (20012)Ashish Chutani (20011)Augum Dua (20013)Manya Gupta (20209)Muskaan Bhadada (20396)
TABLE OF CONTENTSIntroductionPolitical factorsoStable GovernmentoAdministrative SystemoAssociates and AlliesoBrexitEconomic FactorsoCountry’s GDP TrendsoDiverse EconomyoForeign Direct InvestmentoTax RateoInflationoUnemploymentSocial FactorsoPopulationoHealth Care SystemoEducationoIncome levelTechnological FactorsLegal FactorsEnvironmental FactorsConclusion: PESTLE Analysis of UK
IntroductionA PESTLE analysis is a framework to analyse the key factors (Political, Economic,Sociological, Technological, Legal and Environmental) influencing anorganisation from the outside. It offers people professionals insight into theexternal factors impacting their organisation. The analysis is flexible, soorganisations can use it in a range of different scenarios. People professionalsand senior managers can use the results to guide strategic decision-making.The United Kingdom or UK is a country situated on the northwest coast ofEurope. She is comprised of the Great Britain Island, north-eastern Island ofIreland and other similar islands. The area of the UK consists of four differentcountries like Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland and England. Belfast,Edinburgh, Cardiff, and London are her four capitals.London is the cultural and financial center and the world’s largest city where10.3 million people inhabit. English is the official language of the country,whereas Irish and Scottish Gaelic are also widely spoken languages.Now we’ll discuss pestle analysis of UK; how political, economic, social,technological, legal and environmental factors are affecting the country.
Political analysis OverviewThe UK’s political landscape is deeply entrenched in the ethos of democracyand the stable system of governance ensures that there is a level of consistencyin its policies. Following the world wars, the UK developed into a major globalforce, largely on the back of its rapid economic development. However, itcontinues to face terror threats from groups such as Al-Qaeda. With theScottish National Party's (SNP’s) landslide victory in elections in Scotland, thereis a high possibility of increased devolution of powers.Political factors affecting the UKPolitical stability is a great strength of the country; however, Brexit has createduncertainties and political debates. Some analysts believe that Brexit will createa chaos unimaginable, whereas others believe it will open doors to immenseopportunities for the country. Likewise, recent rise in violence and crimes hascaused serious concerns. The UK maintains very good relations with the UnitedStates, and many other countries in the world. It is a permanent member ofthe UN, and a great power, with considerable influence on global economic,cultural, military, scientific and political affairs. However, its relations with someauthoritarian regimes have drawn a lot of criticism.

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