South East of England
The South East of England is a region of the United Kingdom. It consists of Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, East Sussex, Hampshire, Isle of Wight, Kent, Oxfordshire, Surrey and West Sussex. In common usage, however, the area referred to as the 'south east' can vary considerably.
This provides a 20% boost to food and food 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 South East of England are:
South East Council
One of the most interesting elections in the history of Oxford was when Relic, then of The Unity Party, ran against Tim09. The former mayor at this stage was Lourinho of the UK Reform who had become inactive. Relic maintains to this day that Tim09 won due to sheep voters because he PM'ed every citizen. Tim09 maintains that this is a standard campaigning practice that shows that a candidate is committed and has the time required for the job. Tim09 won this election with 11 votes. Lourinho had 7 and Relic 4.
The South East of England is located in moving zone A3.
South East of England is neighbored by following regions:
- UK, East Midlands
- UK, East of England
- Poland, Flanders
- UK, London
- France, Lower Normandy
- France, North Calais
- France, Picardy
- UK, South West of England
- France, Upper Normandy
- UK, West Midlands
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