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Welcome to Rule Britannia - We are currently in a 1992 Round which started in January 1992, but diverted from real life on 1st November 1991.
Inflation : 7.5% / Unemployment : 7.64% / Economic Growth : -1.3% / Budget Deficit : £18.87 billion / National Debt : £158.41 billion

Rule Britannia latest news: July-August 1992
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In: Last PostQueen's Speech Vote
By: Charles Kinbote

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No New Posts British Broadcasting Corporation
The BBC is the world's oldest independent broadcaster, and its news division is the world's largest. Legally bound to non-partisan impartiality, this is your source of accurate news and information.
Subforums: BBC News, BBC Polling

12 247 Today at 06:50 pm
In: Last PostJuly-August 1992
By: John
No New Posts The Newsagent's
The British press is legendary for two reasons: first, for its fiercely-guarded freedoms; second, for its rampant partisanship and open hostility to chosen political adversaries. Whether you favour the stuffier broadsheets or the cheesy tabloids, this is where you can find opinion and comment in the political world.
9 46 Dec 15 2017, 09:13 PM
In: Last PostThe Daily Mail
By: Dale
No New Posts Briefing Room
MPs can issue press releases here, as well as staging press conferences or speeches according to their heart's desire. Political careers can be made or broken by the assembled journalistic hordes - so play nicely.
Subforums: Press Releases, Marked Press, Press Archive

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In: Last PostHartley PR: Shadow Cabinet ...
By: Macmillan
No New Posts Hatchards
Since 1797, Hatchards has served as London's best-regarded bookshop. The biographies of Members of Parliament can be found here, alongside copies of any books which they might choose to write.
Subforums: Westminster Who's Who, Frontbenches, HM Treasury, Manifestos

45 22 Yesterday at 08:04 am
In: Last PostJames Sinclair
By: James Sinclair
No New Posts Campaigns & Special Events
Miscellaneous political events (including annual party conferences) are staged here, alongside fundraising events and assorted campaigns.
1 0 Oct 29 2017, 06:20 PM
In: Last PostCampaign Costs
By: Dale

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No New Posts Speaker's Chair
A place for pedants and the pernickety to raise Points of Order, and for everybody else to peruse the rules and regulations of Parliamentary protocol. Be sure to check in here before rising to speak in the Commons.
4 5 Today at 03:14 pm
In: Last PostVoting Numbers
By: John
No New Posts First Reading
This is where new legislation is first introduced to the House of Commons. Any Member of Parliament may propose a bill, but it is up to the Government to determine which proposals will proceed to be debated (with occasional exceptions.)

The Leader of the House/PM has 48 hours to reject or accept legislation, otherwise it receives an auto second reading.

1 0 Oct 30 2017, 11:29 AM
In: Last PostExemplar Legislation
By: Winston
No New Posts Second Reading
Proposed legislation is debated here. Be sure to do your research and try to trip up your opponents at every turn. An important law can easily change the fortunes of both the Government and the nation.

Second Reading lasts 5 RL days.

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No New Posts Division Lobbies
Members of Parliament vote on both motions and proposed legislation by physically passing through two lobbies either side of the House of Commons chamber; the Ayes to the right and the Noes to the left.

Division lasts 2 RL days.

3 84 Today at 06:21 pm
In: Last PostM1: Election of Speaker
By: Cody
No New Posts Motions & Debates
Motions can be put forward by MPs and debated here. Members may also choose to table an EDM - a written statement which can be signed by those in agreement with its sentiments.
Subforums: Regulations and Orders

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Every member of the Cabinet - including the Prime Minister - is required to respond to questions posed by other MPs once every week. Occasionally you might even get a proper answer.
Subforums: Prime Minister, Home, Treasury, Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs, Defence, Health, Education, Science and Technology, Regions, Transport, Infrastructure, Environment, Agriculture

10 10 3 minutes ago
In: Last PostHome Q1
By: Michael Cartwright
No New Posts Hansard
Archives of all Parliamentary debates and votes are held here.
Subforums: Passed Legislation, Defeated Legislation, Debates and Statements, Question Time, Other Business

9 425 Dec 6 2017, 12:59 AM
In: Last PostSunday Trading Act 1992
By: Dale
No New Posts The Red Lion
Located on Parliament Street just 200 yards from Number 10, The Red Lion is one of the many Westminster pubs with a solid reputation amongst political insiders. Rumours abound that an underground passageway links the building with much of Whitehall.
4 18 Dec 14 2017, 09:39 AM
In: Last PostBack in Westminster...
By: Frank Andrews

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