The map above shows how far out from London you have to go before you get 50% of the UK population (not including the French of course).
The 12 maps above are a tongue-in-cheek look at the various ways the UK is divided besides Brexit or how to pronounce scone.
And before anyone complains, they are meant to be humorous and should not be taken too seriously.
You can see each map in more detail below:
If you’re not British, or spent much time in the United Kingdom, you may never have heard of the Ordnance Survey.
The Ordnance Survey is Britain’s national mapping agency and has been producing maps for the public since 1801 (For a complete history have a look at: Map of a Nation: A Biography of the Ordnance Survey)
The map above shows just how many people live in London. The blue area above has the same population as Scotland, 5.3 million people.
And the pink area contains the same population as Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland combined, a little over 10 million people.