There are three main class divisions.
The Upper Classes tends to consist of people with inherited wealth, and includes some of the oldest families, with many of them being titled aristocrats. The upper classes are not only defined by their title, but also by their education, and their pastimes which includes the traditional sporting life involving hunting, shooting and fishing, as well as a great deal of horse riding for both leisure and as a competitive pursuit.
The Middle Classes are the majority of the population of Britain today. They include industrialists, professionals, businesspeople and shop owners.
Working class people are mostly agricultural, mine and factory workers.
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