East of England
The East of England is one of the regions of the United Kingdom, consisting 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.
This provides a 20% boost to weapon and weapon raw material production in the country which controls it, provided the region is connected to the nation's capital region and they do not already have access to another of the same resource.
Members of Parliament
The current Members of Parliament for the East of England are:
East of England Council
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.
The East of England is located in moving zone A3.
East of England is neighbored by following regions:
- France, East Midlands
- Belgium, Flanders
- UK, London
- France, South East of England
- Netherlands, Southern Netherlands
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Alsace • Aquitaine • Auvergne • Brittany • Burgundy • Champagne Ardenne • Corsica • East Midlands • East of England • Franche-comte • Languedoc Roussillon • Limousin • Loire Valley • Lorraine • Lower Normandy • Midi-Pyrenees • North Calais • Paris Isle of France • Pays de la Loire • Picardy • Poitou Charentes • Provence Alpes Azur • Rhone Alps • South East of England • South West of England • Upper Normandy