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Not the largest region but Yorkshire is one of the oldest. We ask very little of our nations, just to be polite and courteous at all times.

Embassies: England.

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Regional Power: High

Yorkshire contains 38 nations, the 319th most in the world.

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Today's World Census Report

The Most Primitive in Yorkshire

Nations were ranked by World Census officials based on the number of natural phenomena attributed solely to the unknowable will of the gods.

As a region, Yorkshire is ranked 7,001st in the world for Most Primitive.

#NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Colony of Pengwiniah ReturnsIron Fist Consumerists“Pengwins 2 : Penguins 0”
2.The Unified Realms of New HertfordshireCorporate Police State“Through Unity; Through Democracy”
3.The Unrecognized State of BiafraInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Peace, Unity, Freedom”
4.The Pennine crossing protectors of The SmootiesInoffensive Centrist Democracy“To Serve and Protect”
5.The Armed Republic of TinorInoffensive Centrist Democracy“E pluribus Unum”
6.The Reddening Sunset of EveningScandinavian Liberal Paradise“Amazing”
7.The Republic of SalamancaInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Fingerprints in the sandstone”
8.The United Kingdom of VaradanAuthoritarian Democracy“Brave at heart”
9.The Shire of BryxyconDemocratic Socialists“For the love of the nation.”
10.The Republic of HonitoniaDemocratic Socialists“One for all”
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The Grandma's in charge of Wetwang on the Wolds wrote:There's no fun in talking about weather miles away, not with Grandad behaving the way he is. And we don't need him listening to radio stations in Wetwang on the Wolds never mind hundreds of miles away, giving him ideas.

Meanwhile, in other news, the Wetwang on the Wolds Home Observationists - in short the WHO, are busy painting their hard boiled eggs for the egg rolling on Monday,

Grandma (there's no one quite like me)

Suddenly the reason for Grandad's philandering becomes apparent.

You could be in bother now Beerbelly!!!

Mr Beerbelly, we have today instructed out border guards (amateurs as the WHO were busy rolling their Easter eggs) that you are to be denied access to Wetwang on the Wolds.

Scurrilous chit-chat, badinage and gossip are not how we roll.

Grandma (there's no one quite like me)

The Grandma's in charge of Wetwang on the Wolds wrote:Mr Beerbelly, we have today instructed out border guards (amateurs as the WHO were busy rolling their Easter eggs) that you are to be denied access to Wetwang on the Wolds.

As I never developed a taste for nettle tonic, your border guards won't be seeing me absent you giving me a reason to go there. However, it would take more than a few border guards to keep me out should I choose to go, for I would order a bombardment from orbit prior to the invasion.

The Grandma's in charge of Wetwang on the Wolds wrote:Scurrilous chit-chat, badinage and gossip are not how we roll.

I was rather of the impression those were your stock in trade. :P

Well how very rude.

Grandma (there's no one quite like me)

A 2 minute silence will be held in the pavilion at Nappa Gisburn Cricket Club tonight in memory of the greatest personality in cricket. RIP Richie Benaud

Wetwang on the Wolds will join you Nappy

Totally agree,will join this as well, I wonder if Beerbelly will even know who he was??

Afraid not. I seen part of a game in a pub in St Julians Malta once, but that is all I know about cricket.

Baaa, all very quiet here, must be all this good weather keeping folk outside. Eh?

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