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  1. November 9th 2007 Election fever in the United Kingdom has just ended with the November election polls closing on the 3rd. A record number of candidates stood for election, which was complimented greatly by a high turnout of the electorate. There was three main option open to the public, the ruling party, the Whigs, the official opposition, the Unionist Party and the Independents.For a contrast of a change in attitude comparing the August elections is most appropriate. The Premier elections for Prime Minister soon became the battleground between both parties. The Premier debate become the main platform from which attack from both sides were made. The debate was opened by His Majesty on the 26th October. The Debate was between both leaders of the main political parties, Sir Reg Empey for the Unionist Party and Sir King representing the Whigs. Recruitment become a Core issue during the debate. Here are some extracts. What do you think about the Region Immigration [Recruiting] do you think it needs to be stepped up? Sir Reg Empey - Most definitely. The Unionist Party has always focussed on recruitment, both to the forum and to the region. Some may say these are the same things, but the involvement on these forums is, to the Unionist Party more vital than the 'size' of the region. We do promote the furthering of recruitment, and aim to have doubled the size of the region, if given the power to do so, by Christmas 2007. A bold target, but an achievable target. The New Conservatives, now under a new banner, the Whig Party, never got the grasp of the importance of recruiting. In our History every depression in activity has been under a New Conservative delegation. We cannot risk another period of inactivity, for we have lost valuable, core members at each low point in our History. As the oldest citizen in the region, joining just after the creation of the region, I have learnt from the mistakes of previous Prime Ministers who as of yet haven't learnt anything themselves. To quote a fellow Unionist QUOTE Population loss - The United Kingdom has 52 nations. It has taken 2 months for Sir King and the Whig Party to exceed the Unionist Party peak of 51 nations that was achieved in 2 weeks. -Ebren Unionist Party Conference The Unionist Party consider all forms of recruitment as vital. We are the only party to acknowledge its importance. How many more dismal, quiet, inactive terms of Sir King must we endure? For the betterment of the region, forget your party region and vote Sir Reg Empey for a brighter future. In conclusion, I would like to merely recollect past Unionist administrations. We have shown in our History to break the population cap every time we have been elected. Ebren set the all time high for a Unionist administration at 51 nations. This was after the most heroic efforts of the Unionist Party rescuing us from a low of 16 nations under the New Conservative party. I hereby promise to every citizen to break the 100 nations cap by Christmas, if I am given the chance. The future of the region lies with you. Sir King - Why am I being attacked for not being "Unionist" enough in my recruitment efforts? Just because I do not move my nation to different regions to recruit, does not mean I am not recruiting. There is no need to make things up about a political opponent just because you cannot see them doing their job. The Unionists always have claimed to "double" the population of our region every election round. Every cycle, they have failed to do so. I have given the Unionists my support when I was out of office, and when in office, I have received nothing but criticism. Not everyone is good at recruitment, SRE. I try, but nobody seems to bite. So now I'd like to ask a question that many people have thought of, but never dare ask. Why, SRE, did you abandon the region? When you lost U.N. delegacy, you claimed "that was the last straw" and we saw a period of at least two months where you signed in every week or so, but never posted and never lent a hand to your fellow BRITONS. How am I, as a voter and citizen of the United Kingdom, supposed to trust you with power if you just up and leave when you don't get your way? How can I believe anything you say in your "Recruitment, Activity and Stability" slogan, when you yourself has not lived up to two of them. Your activity disappeared. So did the region stability after you threw up your arms and quit. Just as I have to answer to you as your Prime Minister, so too must you answer to me as a candidate for this office. Sir Reg Empey - To make my response brief, I was committed more to Real Life constraints. Something that sadly, was to take preference to nationstates and this region. I hold dear the United Kingdom and would not abandon her for any minor reason. During the summer I had the burden of two months of national exams, that would, to say it plainly effect my future career outmost. It is because of that reason I could not remain active. I also had a 3 week family holiday, with no internet access for 2 weeks of that time. Posts on this very forum have shown this. I whole heartedly accept your point, and I should have explained my absence. I have learnt from that mistake and will now post all absences that have my knowledge. To keep tribal politics to a minimum I will not comment on the period of UK history whereby the 'Honourable' Sir King initiated a boycott of all peerages bestowed on him, resigned from all positions of government, and seemed more of an outcast than the man of the people described here today. This format of the debate continued throughout and many feared a total meltdown as tensions soared past melting point. Sir King - I am so tired to this "campaign" which once again has become nothing but a smear campaign. I'm just sick of it. This is not how I envisioned this campaign. You may want to be a professional politician, SRE, but you seem to have forgotten that I am not one. I have only ran for my town's city council once and didn't even make it past the primaries. This is no longer just a friendly competition. This has turned down a path that you cannot bring us back from - and I am ashamed that I have played even a little part of it. SRE, I expected more of you. I expected more of a gentlemen from you. What would make you happy, SRE? If I quit? Left the region? Totally got out of your region? Because by your words not only on this post, but in countless others, it is quite evident that you neither like me nor want me here. You cannot attack me like this and then expect me to be your friend afterward. I understand the political debate, but now it's gone a bit far. YOU SHOULD BE ASHAMED. After this point the debate burnout and returned to a calmer state. One of the most active and involved debates in our History. The Polls were a surprise to most, the Whigs were by far the larger party with 6 members, 3 Unionists and the remainder independents. The August Premier elections has been uncontested. Sir King was comfortably elected into power. Sir King - [ 9 ] - [90.00%] Write-In [declare below] -[ 0 ] - [0.00%] Abstain- [ 1 ] - [10.00%] With 90% Sir King became Prime Minister. Novembers election were immediately different this time with two candidates. Sir Reg Empey, Unionist- [ 11 ] - [64.71%] Sir King, Whig- [ 4 ] - [23.53%] Abstain [ 2 ] - [11.76%] Sir Kings share of the vote dropped from 90% to 23.53%, while Sir Reg Empey gained 64.71% meaning that a second round of voting was not required, and Sir Reg Empey became the 8th Prime Minister. The House of Commons elections also showed a dismal turnout for the Whig Party. August Scotland Sir King - Whig [ 5 ] [83.33%] Abstain [ 1 ] [16.67%] Wales DMTV Media Corp [ 6 ] [100.00%] Abstain [ 0 ] [0.00%] Northern England Ebren - Unionist [ 5 ] [83.33%] Abstain [ 1 ] [16.67%] Southern England The Contradictory Bloc [ 5 ] [83.33%] Abstain [ 1 ] [16.67%] Midlands GB and N Ireland - Communist [ 5 ] [71.43%] Abstain [ 2 ] [28.57%] Northern Ireland Scipio Maximus - Unionist [ 2 ] [28.57%] Mighty Khan - Whig [ 5 ] [71.43%] This was an historic elections as the Unionist party, for the first time in one year, lost their Northern Ireland seat. The November Elections brought a pleasant surprise for the Unionists. Scotland Sir King [ 7 ] [50.00%] Abstain [ 7 ] [50.00%] Wales Nelavara, Independent [ 1 ] [7.14%] Scipio Maximus, Unionist [ 9 ] [64.29%] Hucking, Whig [ 4 ] [28.57%] Abstain [ 0 ] [0.00%] Northern England Cardinal Chase, Whig [ 7 ] [50.00%] Abstain [ 7 ] [50.00%] Southern England Ebren, Unionist [ 12 ] [75.00%] Abstain [ 4 ] [25.00%] Midlands Atlantic Emirates, Independent [ 9 ] [69.23%] Falconio, Whig [ 4 ] [30.77%] Abstain [ 0 ] [0.00%] Northern Ireland Sir Reg Empey, Unionist [ 12 ] [80.00%] Abstain [ 3 ] [20.00%] From the mere statistics, the Whig Part struggled to get their candidates in non-contested constituencies elected. In summary the House of Commons consists of the following make-up. 3 Unionist - Sir Reg Empey, Ebren, Scipio Maximus 2 Whigs - Sir King, Cardinal Chase 1 Independent - Atlantic Emirates This gave the Unionist party the ability to form a minority government. The Prime Ministers acceptance speech can be found here. http://z10.invisionfree.com/The_UK/index.p...;st=0last Finally here is the new cabinet that Sir Reg Empey announced on 6th November. Prime Minister: Sir Reg Empey Deputy Prime Minster: Sir King Secretary of State for the Home Department: Ebren Chancellor of the Exchequer: Cardinal Chase His assistants will be Carraterra (Chief Secretary to the Treasury) and Nelavara (Secretary of State for Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform). Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Hucking. His assistant will be Scipio Maximums. (Secretary of State for International Development). Secretary of Defence: Atlantic Emirates Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport: GB and N Ireland. His assistant will be Falconio (Secretary of State for Innovation, Universities and Skills). Mighty Khan shall be appointed Attorney General Thanks for reading the United Kingdom election special.
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    Sorry that relates, lol il start again......... Marrow
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    Hello I am Hucking the newly appointed Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs In the United Kingdom, we have justhad an election and I am pleased to be in this new position. I see that you have had some inactivity with our updates and I will endevour that this shall not happen whilst I am foreign minister. I will post our new update soon and I look forward to our continued friendship.