East of England

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East of England

Icon-United Kingdom.png United Kingdom

Flag of the owner  Coat of Arms of East of England
Map of the region
Society
Capital Norwich
Residents 93
Visitors 37
Language English
Moving zone A3
Productivity
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Last update: November 29, 2018

East of England is a region in United Kingdom and its capital is Norwich. The region consists of the most eastern half of the United Kingdom's original regions. It includes the ceremonial counties of Essex, Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Norfolk and Suffolk.

Geography

The East of England is located in moving zone A3.

Neighbouring regions

East of England is neighbored by following regions:

Historical resource

The East of England was one of the United Kingdom's two oil Icon - Oil.png regions, the other being the East Midands.

This provided a 20% boost to weapon and weapon raw material production to the country which controlled it, provided the region was connected to the nation's capital region and they did not already have access to another of the same resource.

Governance

Members of Parliament

The Members of Parliament are the United Kingdom's equivalent of eRepublik's congress.

The current Members of Parliament for the East of England are:

Citizen Party Votes
Vacant
Vacant
Vacant

Historical

East of England Council

The East of England Council logo

The East of England Council was set up shortly after the June 2009 Congress elections. John Bartlett, Lionbeard, Marcus Wyclif and MiloMan were the key founders of the council to tackle the low activity in the region. It has since disbanded.