Somebody’s unpopular after making map displaying the place she thinks the North begins

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Someones unpopular after making map showing where she thinks the North begins

Individuals are fuming after some cities, together with Manchester and Liverpool, had been positioned south of the northern border (Image: @MichelleBayly)

A lady has been hit with a livid backlash from Northerners after she drew a map inserting Leeds, Manchester and Liverpool in ‘the South’.

Michelle Bayly took to Twitter to indicate her map of the England and Wales, which she has divided into three – the North, the Midlands, and the South.

Nonetheless her geographical abilities have left many outraged – particularly as she stated Leeds was the place the North started.

She wrote: ‘Can all of us agree that North is Leeds and above?

‘North of London doesn’t imply North.’

The viral put up has result in some extreme criticism by some whose northern powerhouses have been positioned – wrongly – within the Midlands.

Steven Lally wrote: ‘I think the idea that Manchester, Liverpool, Sheffield and Hull aren’t within the North is barely mad.’

‘Lol imagine complaining that Londoners don’t know the place the North is after which placing out a map that put Liverpool, Manchester and Sheffield within the Midlands – unimaginable stuff,’ @craigthulhu added.

Michelle Bayly@MichelleBaylyCan we all agree that North is Leeds and above..? It?s really annoying seeing The North such and such company or something artsy North and for it to be in Birmingham etc. There?s also a middle?the midlands. Be the midlands. North of London doesn?t mean North.

Michelle determined Leeds was the place the North started (Image: @MichelleBayly)

Others even argued that the North started in Nottingham – a metropolis which is broadly thought to be being firmly within the Midlands.

‘I’d say Nottingham and above is north, however I’d conform to this compromise,’ wrote @SarahJRandom

The place does the North truly start?

Michelle finally conceded, and went for a better methodology of measuring whether or not a metropolis was within the North or not.

She wrote: ‘After deep thought and consultation I have decided to scrap my map of North, Middle and South and instead go with the popular opinion that if you have gravy on chips then you are definitely Northern (no matter the geography).’

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