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New Delegate: Sir Reg Empey

Monarch: Conservative UK

Election Fever

Front page news across the region has been the April Elections of 2007. A Briefly explaination to the background of the UK political spectrum:

-The parties are mainly right-wing, as of yet no left wing parties have been formed.

-The Conservative Party and Unionist Party are the biggest parties, both winning 2 seats in the January/Feburary Elections.

-The only form of opposition to these parties in the Feburary elections were Independent canditates.

Since then much has changed. We have saw the Introduction of Sir Reg Empey;s "Constituencies Act" which created a new sytem of voting within the United Kingdom one that has been described as interesting, unique and realistic. There are currently 6 constituencies in the United Kingdom - Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales, The Midlands, Southern England and Northern England.

The newly formed Democratic Unionist Party lead by Kailar, offered the people of the United Kingdom a new alternative.

In total 8 Canditates stood;

Sir King, Cambridge Isles - Of the New Conservatives

Party

Sir Reg Empey, Imperialist Royalists and Ebren - The Unionist Party

Kailar - DUP

Nationalised Pirates and Network10 - Independent

The election was close. After a few weeks of high tension and build up to the election we saw the released of a party broadcast from each party.

At the first count, Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales and Southern England had all been confirmed bu his majesty, however doubt reamined over the legitmacy of Northern England and the Midlands, and so voting continued for these constituencies. This was the results after the first count.

Preliminary Results

Unionist Party - 2

Conservative Party - 2

DUP - 1

Independent - 1

In the end there were only 6 seats up for election in the House of Lords, so two of our canditates would miss out. The prelimanary results were rejected by some members, mainly Sir Reg Empey who took the matter to court, demanding a re-vote. The basis of the court was on election fraud were a delegate is supposed to have voted in the polls although this was never confirmed.

Sir Reg Empey won his re-vote, which was approved by the Courts and the ruling party the Conservatives., and the polls for Northern England and the Midlands re-opened.

In the end the final election results turned out to be slighlty different than the first counting.

Unionist Party - 3

Conservative Party - 1

DUP - 1

Independent - 1

Beloware some models of the distribution of seats.

IPB Image

IPB Image

From the above Models, we can see that the Unionist Party had their first victory for over 4 months. The Conservatives were disheartned as they have always been a major influence in the House Of Lords, throughout the United Kingdom's history. But Sir King thier leader seems more deteremined than ever.

Finaly Imperialist Royalists, Deputy Leader of the Unionist Party, was appointed Prime Minister, chosen by his fellow Unionists and recommended to the king. He announced his very democratic and balanced Cabinet yesterday.

DEPUTY PRIME MINISTER: Kailar

DEFENSE MINISTER: Sir King

LORD CHANCELLOR: Ebren

SECRETARY OF STATE FOR CONSTITUTIONAL AFFAIRS: dmtv media corp

INTELLIGENCE MINISTER: Ebren

FIRST LORD OF THE TREASURY: Imperialist Royalists

FIRST SECRETARY OF STATE: Nationalised Pirates

MINISTER FOR THE CIVIL SERVICE: Rep of NB

CHANELLOR OF THE EXCHEQUER: Sir Reg Empey

SECOND LORD OF THE TREASURY: Cambridge Isles

SECRETARY OF STATE FOR FOREIGN AND COMMONWEALTH AFFAIRS: Sir Reg Empey

SECRETARY OF STATE FOR THE HOME OFFICE: Sir King

Finally i will leave you with the fine detail of who won each Constituency.

Northern Ireland - Sir Reg Empey

Scotland - Sir King

Wales - Kailar

Northern England - Ebren

Southern England - Imperialist Royalists

Midlands - Nationalised Pirates

Your Sincerely

Sir Reg Empey

Secratary of State of Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs

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