Scotland is on/to the north of England.
Do native British English speakers use on or to in this sentence? Or both are used?
Thank you in advance.
I agree with Charlie.
If you forced me to choose between your alternatives, joham, it could only be '...to the north...'
My personal choice is:
lies to thenorth of England,
or, more formally, as in a lecture or article about the United Kingdom,
islies to the north of England