Mercia

  1. Warrington
  2. Cheshire West and Chester
  3. Cheshire East
  4. High Peak
  5. North Lincolnshire
  6. Staffordshire Moorlands
  7. Derbyshire Dales
  8. North East Derbyshire
  9. Chesterfield
  10. Bolsover
  11. Bassetlaw
  12. West Lindsey
  13. North East Lincolnshire
  14. Shropshire
  15. Newcastle-under-Lyme
  16. Stoke-on-Trent
  17. Amber Valley
  18. Ashfield
  19. Mansfield
  20. Newark and Sherwood
  21. Lincoln
  22. East Lindsey
  23. North Kesteven
  24. Telford and Wrekin
  25. Stafford
  26. East Staffordshire
  27. Derby
  28. Erewash
  29. Broxtowe
  30. Gedling
  31. South Derbyshire
  32. Nottingham
  33. Rushcliffe
  34. South Kesteven
  35. Boston
  36. South Staffordshire
  37. Cannock Chase
  38. Lichfield
  39. North West Leicestershire
  40. Charnwood
  41. Melton
  42. South Holland
  43. Tamworth
  44. North Warwickshire
  45. Hinckley and Bosworth
  46. Leicester
  47. Blaby
  48. Oadby and Wigston
  49. Nuneaton and Bedworth
  50. Harborough
  51. Rutland
  52. Herefordshire
  53. Wyre Forest
  54. Bromsgrove
  55. Coventry
  56. Rugby
  57. Corby
  58. Malvern Hills
  59. Worcester
  60. Wychavon
  61. Redditch
  62. Warwick
  63. Daventry
  64. Kettering
  65. East Northamptonshire
  66. Stratfordon-Avon
  67. Wellingborough
  68. Northampton
  69. South Northamptonshire
  70. Bedford
  71. Forest of Dean
  72. Tewkesbury
  73. Milton Keynes
  74. Gloucester
  75. Cheltenham
  76. Cotswold
  77. Aylesbury Vale
  78. Central Bedfordshire
  79. Stroud
  80. Luton
  81. North Hertfordshire
  82. Stevenage
  83. South Gloucestershire
  84. Wycombe
  85. Chiltern
  86. Dacorum
  87. St. Albans
  88. Welwyn Hatfield
  89. East Hertfordshire
  90. South Bucks
  91. Three Rivers
  92. Watford
  93. Hertsmere
  94. Broxbourne
  • Comprising: Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Cheshire, Derbyshire, Gloucestershire, Herefordshire, Hertfordshire, Leicestershire, Lincolnshire, Northamptonshire, Nottinghamshire, Rutland, Shropshire, Staffordshire, Warwickshire, Worcestershire
  • Area: 14,890 sq miles
  • Capital: Tamworth
  • Population: 12.8 million
  • Demonym: Mercian
  • Airports: Luton, East Midlands, Humberside
  • Ports include: Immingham, Boston, Grimsby
  • Background: The Kingdom of Mercia existed for almost 400 years from 527 AD until 918 AD. Its capital was Tamworth which is now in the county of Staffordshire. Interestingly, its legislature was called the Witenagemot, although the Time Party would not presuppose what Mercians today would seek to call their Land parliament.