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Labour - 31.3%

Liberal Democrat - 27.6%

ICM August 2010

Riots in north London in response to Mark Duggan shooting


Sir Paul Stephenson resigns as Commissioner of the Met


Inflation up to 4.8% in June

Charles Kinbote courts controversy in "Duggan deserved to die" Tweet

Trident Renewal debacle damages MOD's credibility

Weather expected to become cooler and cloudier as hot spell comes to a close

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Welcome to Rule Britannia – the game is currently in the throngs of a 2010 round!

Rule Britannia latest news: July-August 2010
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No New Posts Welcome
New players can peruse information about the game here. This should be your first port of call before signing in.
2 0 Jul 10 2015, 08:12 PM
In: Last PostBritish Politics: The Begin...
By: Ben
No New Posts Getting Started
In order to get started, you need to sign in, choose a Constituency and claim an avatar here.
Subforums: Help and Advice

25 204 Aug 31 2015, 04:25 PM
In: Last PostClaim a Constituency
By: Sebastian Knight
No New Posts Britannia Lounge
The centre of the RB community, where players come to argue chit-chat about everything under the sun.
Subforums: Memory Lane, Game Announcement Archives, Room 101

596 15,883 Today at 09:47 am
In: Last PostMigrant crisis
By: Damien Parker

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No New Posts British Broadcasting Corporation
Affectionately called Auntie or the Beeb, the BBC has been on the air since 1922 and is the oldest broadcaster in the world. This is Britain's primary source of top quality programming and impartial news.
Subforums: BBC News, Other Programmes

9 135 Aug 29 2015, 12:23 PM
In: Last PostJuly-August 2010
By: Anita
No New Posts Fleet Street
From the verbose broadsheets to the smutty tabloid press, Britain's newspapers hold immense power to alter the balance of public opinion. Journalism in the UK is recognised as some of the best in the world - but also the most brutal.
10 42 Aug 27 2015, 04:20 PM
In: Last PostThe Sun
By: Anita
No New Posts Media Interaction
This is where you can stand before the press and tell your side of the story: hold press conferences, make passing quips to assembled journalists and formulate press releases here.
Subforums: Press Releases, World Wide Web, Marked, Press Archive

28 882 Sep 2 2015, 10:43 PM
In: Last PostComments to the Press
By: Mike McDowell
No New Posts Hatchards
Established in 1797, Hatchards in Piccadilly is home to just about every book under the sun, and it is here that you can post your character's biography, alongside any additional works of fact or fiction.
Subforums: Party Manifestos, Other Publications, Budget Packs

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No New Posts Party & Constituency Events
This is where you can host Party Conferences, fundraisers and speeches to organisations and pressure groups. It's also where you can establish your Constituency Office and handle local issues.
4 1 Aug 29 2015, 09:22 PM
In: Last PostSedgefield constituency office
By: Andrew Keynes

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No New Posts Speaker's Chair
A place for pedants and the pernickety to raise points of order against each other, and for everyone else to peruse at will the rules of Parliament.
Subforums: Amendments

7 10 Aug 26 2015, 06:20 PM
In: Last PostVeteran Legacy Scholarship ...
By: Andrew Keynes
No New Posts Question Time
Questions to the Prime Minister and his or her Cabinet are tabled here.
Subforums: Prime Minister, Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, Chancellor of the Exchequer, Secretary of State for the Home Department, Secretary of State for Defence, Leader of the House of Commons, Secretary of State for Business, Employment and Economy, Secretary of State for Health and Social Affairs, Secretary of State for Children, Schools, & Families, Secretary of State for Transport and Infrastructure, Secretary of State for Energy, Environment and Rural Affairs, Secretary of State for Media, Culture, & Sport, Other

35 94 Sep 2 2015, 10:17 PM
In: Last PostIraq
By: Jennifer May
No New Posts First Reading
Legislation is first introduced to the House of Commons here, and it falls to the Leader of the House to decide what will and will not be debated.
1 0 Aug 8 2015, 06:58 AM
In: Last PostHow to write a Bill
By: Cody
No New Posts Second Reading
This is where legislation is debated by the House of Commons, after first being presented with an introductory speech by the author of the bill.
2 36 Sep 3 2015, 11:26 AM
In: Last PostScotland Act 2010
By: Jennifer May
No New Posts Division
MPs vote on legislation and motions by passing through two lobbies - the Aye lobby to vote in favour, the No lobby to vote against or both lobbies to register an abstention.
1 13 Aug 22 2015, 07:43 PM
In: Last PostCorporate Takeover (Sustain...
By: Kyle Black
No New Posts Other Business
Motions can be put forward and debated here. Early Day Motions can also be tabled and signed.
3 22 Aug 27 2015, 07:42 PM
In: Last PostEDM 2: Met Probe
By: Jack Lawrence
No New Posts Hansard
Records of Parliamentary debates are kept here.
Subforums: Passed legislation, Defeated legislation, Debates

3 80 Aug 16 2015, 12:37 PM
In: Last PostCorporate Takeover (Sustain...
By: Damien Parker
No New Posts The Smoking Room
The Palace of Westminster is home to dozens of bars and lounges; this is one of them. Parliament often sits late into the night and in the high-pressure world of politics, sometimes you just need something to take the edge off...
4 59 Aug 31 2015, 09:13 PM
In: Last PostDrinks
By: Andrew Keynes
No New Posts The House of Lords
Where the old party grandees gather thinking they are still important...
2 1 Aug 3 2015, 02:14 PM
In: Last PostThe Queen's Speech
By: Ben

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No New Posts 1981 Round
September 1981-June 1982
Prime Ministers: Anita Redmond

Subforums: Media Centre, Westminster, Elections and Plebiscites

77 1,609 Aug 21 2015, 11:27 PM
In: Last PostScotland Act 2010
By: Jack Lawrence

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