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Labour – 36%

Conservatives – 31%

Liberal Democrats – 23%

Progressive Reformists – 5%

UKIP - 4%

Others - 2%



BREAKING NEWS: PRESIDENT JOHN KERRY ASSASSINATED

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BREAKING NEWS: White House and Capital Building Explosions

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Prime Minister Declares World War Three

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Welcome to Rule Britannia – We are currently in 2005 in a 2004 round.
Economic Growth: 1.9% / Unemployment Rate: 5.58% / Inflation Rate: 2.1%


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Get started by taking a peek at the basic rules and regulations. You'll find all the information that you need to begin playing here.
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This is where you need to sign in, choosing a party and establishing a biography for your character.
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No New Posts British Broadcasting Corporation
The BBC is the world's oldest broadcasting corporation, and its news division is the world's largest. This is your source of impartial, unbiased news.
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The British free press are legendary, both for their record of investigate journalism and for their record of staggering brutality. From the posh broadsheets to the sensationalist tabloids, choose your rag here.
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Facing journalists and the public at large is a growing responsibility for the UK's politicians. Dance your way through the maze of public opinion, but be careful not to lose your footing.
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Opened in 1797, this bookshop on Piccadilly stocks almost every kind of literature imaginable. It's where MPs biographies can be perused, and where their published works can be scorned at.
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For pedants and the pernickety, the Speaker's Chair is the seat of all authority in the House of Commons. Find Parliamentary rules and raise Points of Order when they are broken here.
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When legislation is presented to the House of Commons for the first time, it is usually up to the Government of the day to determine whether it should be allowed to advance to the next stage. Opposition members are permitted a blank cheque to force a limited number of proposals forwards each year.
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The House of Commons votes on legislation through a process of physical division, with MPs moving through two different voting lobbies.
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The Smoking Room is the Palace of Westminster's premier spot for inhaling toxic fumes and ingesting toxic spirits. Heavily subsidised alcohol is some small recompense for those late-night Parliamentary sessions.
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