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TUK update #3

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Over the past few weeks, TUK experienced a rather mild spike in forum activity. Forum membership rose and we saw our new Foreign Secretary appointed alongside his Deputy. However, the Prime Minister re-iterated his message that the challenge of inactivity is still plaguing TUK and that the TUK Government must do something urgent to arrest this pressing situation. Recruiting activities has to be upped, and advertising robust. In other news, TUK also saw the coronation of His Royal Highness Kingladn sworn in as Prince of Wales and successor to the throne. Our heartiest congratulations goes out to Prince Kingladn. We hope that with his coronation, activity can spur and TUK can be abuzz again, like it once was. Indeed, it shall! :uk:

The past week had been a hectic week for all in Government. The Foreign Office, in particular, has to come up with means to correct the diplomatic hiccup that TUK is facing- that is a dire shortage of ambassadors. The Minister, Lord Healey, emphasized on the urgent need for domestic representatives in foreign soil to fly the TUK flag up high, in hopes of uplifting TUK's reputation and prestige in the international spotlight. In other news, Prime Minister Santa8 had deployed Foreign Minister Lord Healey to broker an agreement in the forms of either a merger or an alliance with the Irish European Union (IEU) that would see threats to IEU's security diminished, if not eliminated altogether. The TUK believes strongly in the principles of democracy, and it feels compelled to help a young democracy wave the threat from DEN's invasionary forces so that it could properly thrive with sacrosanct democratic virtues such as liberty and freedom in an undisturbed manner. The mission was a success when the IEU accepted plans for a merger. In local news, there's been general progress with the financial system, and the Chancellor of the Exchequer is concentrating on establishing the fundamentals of the economy, consulting citizens with their ideas and whatnot. The House of Commons saw a speaker election, with Lord Falkland declared the winner. There's also been a frenzy stirred up on the Republican VS Democratic presidential nominees John McCain and Barrack Obama, with pro-McCain supporters clashing with their counterparts from the Obama camp. Nevertheless, it was a healthy discussion with robust arguments. Indeed, spirits are already high. Edited by Santa8

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Congratulations as well as on the merger. Hope it works out for both of your regions. :)

Thanks for the update!

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