main city choices in maps.
When ever I open a map I consider the logic and impact of which cities are chosen to be displayed. Open map uk chooses London (1st) Birmingham(2nd) and Manchester (7th), the question is why Manchester for a map? Leeds (3rd) Sheffield (4th) and Bradford (5th) would seem more reasonable choices, they are in a similar area of the map and in the case of Leeds as A shorter name more easily defined in position than Manchester. Also if we consider close or associated urban population greater Manchester is 2.6 million while Leeds/Bradford is 2.3 and with the proximity of Sheffield 3 million. Yet Manchester bigger and more vaguely positioned on the map is always used. Why are you not using Leeds? Or even better and more inclusive alternate your northern mapping choice every 6 months/yearly. The north west bias of Manchester (and Liverpool) in the organisation is not helpful to the north of England as a whole.