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East Midlands

The East Midlands is one of the regions of England and consists of most of the eastern half of the tradional region of the Midlands. Its main cities are Derby, Leicester and Nottingham. It is divided into the following local government areas:

East Midlands

Table of contents
1 Counties
2 Unitary Authority Areas
3 External link


See Counties of England

Unitary Authority Areas

Unitary authorities in England

The East Midlands is also a six-member constituency for the European Parliament. Its MEPs are

EMDA, the East Midlands Development Agency, holds funds from central government to enable regeneration.

There is an East Midlands Airport between the three main cities, and the region is served by Midland Mainline high-speed trains to London. The M1 motorway also serves the three.

Local media includes

External link

Government Office for the East Midlands