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Well it's a little confusing, the party split into 2 different factions, but not 2 seperate parties, like what i meant in my previous post but was wrong. Very recently though, there's been a resolution and it's a united RESPECT again. So yes, George Galloway, although is not the leader, is still predominant in the RESPECT party, as long as he is still their only MP.

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Name: Mr. Arthur Lancaster

Party: BNP

Age: 41

From: Greater London

Stats: Leadership: 4, Integrity 3, Experience 1, Issue Familiaririty 3, Charisma 4, Stamina 3, Debating 3

Background: Arthur Lancaster runs a chain of supermarkets across the Greater London area known for the controversial practice of demanding a secondary school diploma from a British school of all employees, thus excluding many immigrants. He is a skilled leader and organizer, and quite popular and likeable, especially among those whos share his far right-wing views. He thus was naturally drawn to politics.

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Name: Mr. Arthur Davis

Party: BNP

Age: 40

From: Greater London

Stats: Leadership: 4, Integrity 3, Experience 3, Issue Familiaririty 3, Charisma 5, Stamina 3, Debating 4

Background: A charismatic former labour councilman in East London and former union leader, Davis had decided to join the BNP because he think that immigrants have too much power in his former party. He is also a noted opponant of asylum seekers, saying that ''they should not be allowed in Britain''.

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Name: Mr. Mohammed Kama

Party: RESPECT

Age: 34

From: Greater London

Stats: Leadership: 3, Integrity 3, Experience 2, Issue Familiaririty 3, Charisma 5, Stamina 3, Debating 3

Background: An university professor and journalist at the LSOE. Kama is widely known is a leader in the British-Moroccan community.

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Name: Ms. Sarah Fernandez

Party: RESPECT

Age: 28

From: Manchester

Stats: Leadership: 3, Integrity 3, Experience 2, Issue Familiaririty 3, Charisma 4, Stamina 3, Debating 3

Background: A community activist and lawyer, Fernandez is widely is his region for representing the rights of tenants and asylum seekers. Fernandez is also a noted opposant of the war in Irak.

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Name: Mr. Reg Waller

Party: UKIP

Age: 58

From: West Midlands

Stats: Leadership: 4, Integrity 3, Experience 4, Issue Familiaririty 3, Charisma 4, Stamina 3, Debating 4

Background: A former Conservative and widely known buisnessman and CEO for a computer company. Waller is noted opponant of the European Union, which he thinks is ''useless'' and a ''waste of money''.

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Name: Mr. Alistair Graham

Party: UKIP

Age: 34

From: Cambridge

Stats: Leadership: 4, Integrity 3, Experience 3, Issue Familiaririty 3, Charisma 4, Stamina 3, Debating 4

Background: A widely known psychology professor of Cambridge University and longtime UKIP activist, Graham is widely known for his books on the British Identity and the fact that his brother is a famous widely known actor. For him, the UKIP is the only party that represents Britain first.

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Can we do independents as well?

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Name: David Brent

Party: Independent (His Own Party/RESPECT if Independents are disallowed)

Age: 46

From: Slough, Greater London Authority

Stats: Leadership: 3, Integrity 3, Experience 2, Issue Familiaririty 2, Charisma 3, Stamina 3, Debating 2

Background: A former office-manager who made news headlines for leading a (some say accidental) wildcat strike against his former employer Wernham Hogg.Although the strike failed,David Brent has gained a new perspective and decided decided to run 'for the little man.' Will he be successful?

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David Brent, lol. Yes, lets have 2 Independent candidates, so that'll be 10 altogether for "others". So 1 more independent needed.

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Name: Tessa Yeboah

Party: Green

Age: 36

From: Birmingham

Stats: Leadership: 3, Integrity 4, Experience 2, Issue Familiarity 2, Charisma 2, Stamina 4, Debating 3

Background: Brought up in poor inner city suburbs of Birmingham, but became academically brilliant and became a breadwinner for her family, moving to a bigger house. A single mum,

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Name: Penelope Harlington

Party: Independent

Age: 31

From: Windsor

Stats: Leadership: 3, Integrity 2, Experience 1, Issue Familiarity 3, Charisma 3, Stamina 5, Debating 2

Background: Former Promotions girl for designer labels, Penelope became ivolved i a sex scandal with a well known famous person, courting much media attention. Went on an reality show but didn't win, 2 years later, with the fame disappear

NO MORE CANDIDATES NEEDED!

The Win Favour with the Labour Party will follow within the next month hopefully.

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I'm going to save tis scenario for Christmas, and hopefully another one in the series, but not sure.

Need help with ideas for more issues. Some of the issues are not based on political stances, but on how motivated they are, or how intelligent they are, with 5 being most and 1 being least.

These are the ones i have so far. Maybe there's no need for Intelligence and Academics...

Academics

Competence

Crime

Economy

Education

Environment

Immigration

Intelligence

Loyalty

Health

Motivation

Taxation

Vision for Labour

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How about:

Empathy/Relatability

European Union stance

US-UK relation stance

Orthodoxy

Iraq

Iran

Military Spending

Role of the State

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The empathy one's a really good one. Here's the ones of your's i've added to my list.

Academics

Competence

Crime

Economy

Empathy

Education

Environment

European Union

Immigration

Intelligence

Iraq

Loyalty

Health

Motivation

Role of the State

Taxation

US-UK relation

Vision for Labour

Orthodoxy would be too similar to loyalty which displays politicans on the right and left (1 and 5) as rebel activists/mavericks of the party. Thought Iran and military doesn't have a great deal of importance compared to how it would stand in US.

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Can someone give me good platforms for Role of the State issue only? I'm not the best at doing the platforms. I would like to proceed with the rest, thanks.

Also, as a taster, this is the ranking order of the Labour candidates which will appear in the upcoming "Win Favour with Labour" scenario:

Basil Keir

Vic Cogdill

Morris Tebbutt

Abigail Phillips

Anthony Elmsie

Jennifer Harding

John Mann

Arnold Windsmere

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Role of the State:

Left: The State is the most efficient way to alleviate poverty and injustice.

Centre-left: The State must play a major role in alleviating poverty and injustice

Centre: The State must be allowed to play a large role in alleviating poverty and injustice. Consider other options.

Centre-Right: Private charity, NGO's and volunteer organizations are more effective at alleviating povery and injustice. Reduce role of state.

Right; The 'State' is a tool of the corporations. Seriously curb the power of the state and devolve to grassroots level organizations.

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Fine. The rest is pretty straight forward. Still to do events, endorsers and organise the riding scores. Map's finished, candidates finished etc.

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"Win Favour with Labour" closer to completion now. It seems now the Conservative version won't make it for Christmas (0% done). However, i've decided on the merit list for it, and as you'll see soon, it won't be as close as the Labour one. It'll have a different map layout too, and so will Libs and others.

Kathryn Spencer

Mohammed Hassan

Percival Asquith-Lyons

India Barquith-Reynolds

David Ehiogu

Barry Scott

Andrew Belmore

Nathan Bligh

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