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1. John Major attempts to put his shoes on in Southwest England. He begins to tie them in front of a crowd, hoping he doesn't trip over himself and fall face first into the curiously placed cream pie

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The Socialists campaign in Liverpool, claiming that Labour had all but abandoned the area before the Socialists campaigned there. 

Peter Taaffe campaigns in London, attacking the Tory majority as tools of big business. 

MP Terry Fields campaigns in Liverpool, arguing that reelecting him would show Labor that their steering to the center has gone too far. 

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John Major saunters to Southeast England to see if his friends want to play

John Major loads his rifle in preparation for the murder suicide of the GM in London

John Major goes to Northwest England to get ice cream or commit a felony, he’ll decide in the car.

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UKIP launches an ad campaign across Southwest England focusing on how UKIP will cut spending far more than the Tories could ever dream of.

UKIP will launch an ad campaign across Scotland attacking the SNP and devolution.

Nigel Farage will publicly offer to be John Major's friend, not because he cares about the loser, but because he wants to be spared if Major goes on a killing spree. 

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Neil Kinnock goes to London to talk about Labour's plan for the environment

John Smith goes to Scotland, where he says that Labour will bring in an Scottish parliament by 1995

Gordon Brown talks about Labour's Tax Reform Policy, while in Kent.

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London: 8. A good day for the Greens in the area!

Scotland: 2. A poor one in Scotland to mirror it.

Wales: 10! A wonderful time in Wales for the GP.

Overall: +5. 

4 hours ago, Cenzonico said:

(decided to go low effort for this turn.)

Paddy Ashdown goes to the county of Somerset where he helps local volunteers to increase the presence of the Liberal Democrats in the area.

Paddy Ashdown goes over to 10 Downing Street to leave flowers in front in a quote "condolence" for the Tory campaign troubles. 

Charles Kennedy barnstorms the Scottish Highlands to increase support for the Liberal Democrats.

Somerset: 5. A little bit of a disappointing day, but not one that will hurt them.

London: 9. People laugh and cheer for the Lib Dem leader as he does so.

Scotland: 10! Wonderful for the Scottish Liberal Democrats.

Overall: +8. A wonderful week for the Liberal Democrats

3 hours ago, TheLiberalKitten said:

SDLP campaign brainstorms in rural Northern Ireland, meeting voters and encouraging them to vote for change in the general election

SNP campaigns in Southern Scotland, hoping to build up support while criticizing the Tories and Labour

Plaid campaign hold various meet and greets where they encourage voters to vote for Plaid as they are the only party that is in favor of Devolution for Wales

SDLP: 6. Continual growth in NI is great for them.

SNP: 5. A bit of a disappointing turn.

Plaid: 4. Some ponder whether that is the whole truth.

Overall: -2. A rather even turn

2 hours ago, buenoboss said:

Marshall Garcia campaigns after a football match in London 

Marshall Garcia has a town hall in London

Marshall Garcia talks in London about his London roots

London: 10! A great day to be talking football.

London: 7. A good, solid town hall.

London: 4. Not bad, but not great for the party.

Overall: +5. 

1 hour ago, Herbert Hoover said:

The Socialists campaign in Liverpool, claiming that Labour had all but abandoned the area before the Socialists campaigned there. 

Peter Taaffe campaigns in London, attacking the Tory majority as tools of big business. 

MP Terry Fields campaigns in Liverpool, arguing that reelecting him would show Labor that their steering to the center has gone too far. 

Liverpool: 5. Some agree, but many disagree with the assessment.

London: 10! The attack hits a chord with London voters, who have decisively turned against the Tories.

Liverpool: 7. Many people in the city are agreeing with that statement.

Overall: +6. 

1 hour ago, Reagan04 said:

John Major saunters to Southeast England to see if his friends want to play

John Major loads his rifle in preparation for the murder suicide of the GM in London

John Major goes to Northwest England to get ice cream or commit a felony, he’ll decide in the car.

Southeast England: 1. The area seems to want to be left alone.

London: 5. The city is angry that you'd do that.

NW England: 4. The car breaks down and he has to walk, which leads to giggles.

Overall: -8. That's all.

1 hour ago, The Blood said:

UKIP launches an ad campaign across Southwest England focusing on how UKIP will cut spending far more than the Tories could ever dream of.

UKIP will launch an ad campaign across Scotland attacking the SNP and devolution.

Nigel Farage will publicly offer to be John Major's friend, not because he cares about the loser, but because he wants to be spared if Major goes on a killing spree. 

SW England: 3. The Lib Dem faithful attack UKIP in the area, who are running strong.

Scotland: 8. A decent ad campaign goes well.

Offer: 3. People feel sorry that Farage needs friends that badly and call him a coward.

Overall: -3. 

1 hour ago, WVProgressive said:

Neil Kinnock goes to London to talk about Labour's plan for the environment

John Smith goes to Scotland, where he says that Labour will bring in an Scottish parliament by 1995

Gordon Brown talks about Labour's Tax Reform Policy, while in Kent.

London: 10! The area continues to be much more Labour-friendly.

Scotland: 7. The promise helps him win back some devolution supporters.

Kent: 2. Many think that it is far too lenient.

Overall: +3. 

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SEAT PROJECTION: HUNG PARLIAMENT
TORIES 23 Short of Majority

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UK Polling Percentages

Conservative Party: 38.4% (-0.4%) @Reagan04

Labour Party: 34.0% (0) @WVProgressive

Liberal Democrats: 18.8% (+0.4%) @Cenzonico

Green Party: 2.1% (+0.1%) @Rodja

Plaid + SNP: 2.0% (0) @TheLiberalKitten

UKIP: 1.4% (-0.1%) @The Blood

Socialists: 0.8% (+0.1%) @Herbert Hoover

Change UK: 0.6% (+0.1%) @buenoboss

Undecided: 2.0% (-0.2%)

NI Polling Percentages

UUP: 33.3% (+0.2%)9 Seats (0) 

SDLP: 23.6% (+0.3%) 5 Seats (+1)

DUP: 16.8% (+1.1%) 3 Seats (0)

Sinn Fein: 11.3%  (-0.1%)

Alliance: 9.7% (-1.2%)

Undecided: 5.3% (-0.3%)

 

This Turn:

1. Post Normal Events

2. Debate Night! BBC Scotland hosts a debate between Scottish leaders (SNP, Labour, LD, Green, and Tory). Post three actions (Pander, Attack, Message) if you are one of those parties.

Future:

1. The last RP turn is FRIDAY. I will process the 1992 election on SATURDAY which will (hopefully) go area by area one at a time. We will have an exit poll to kick things off. 

2. The last full debate will be tomorrow's turn (THURSDAY) which will include all party leaders for an ITV debate in London. This is not the BBC Scotland debate for this turn. 

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13 hours ago, Hestia11 said:

SEAT PROJECTION: HUNG PARLIAMENT
TORIES 23 Short of Majority

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UK Polling Percentages

Conservative Party: 38.4% (-0.4%) @Reagan04

Labour Party: 34.0% (0) @WVProgressive

Liberal Democrats: 18.8% (+0.4%) @Cenzonico

Green Party: 2.1% (+0.1%) @Rodja

Plaid + SNP: 2.0% (0) @TheLiberalKitten

UKIP: 1.4% (-0.1%) @The Blood

Socialists: 0.8% (+0.1%) @Herbert Hoover

Change UK: 0.6% (+0.1%) @buenoboss

Undecided: 2.0% (-0.2%)

NI Polling Percentages

UUP: 33.3% (+0.2%)9 Seats (0) 

SDLP: 23.6% (+0.3%) 5 Seats (+1)

DUP: 16.8% (+1.1%) 3 Seats (0)

Sinn Fein: 11.3%  (-0.1%)

Alliance: 9.7% (-1.2%)

Undecided: 5.3% (-0.3%)

 

This Turn:

1. Post Normal Events

2. Debate Night! BBC Scotland hosts a debate between Scottish leaders (SNP, Labour, LD, Green, and Tory). Post three actions (Pander, Attack, Message) if you are one of those parties.

Future:

1. The last RP turn is FRIDAY. I will process the 1992 election on SATURDAY which will (hopefully) go area by area one at a time. We will have an exit poll to kick things off. 

2. The last full debate will be tomorrow's turn (THURSDAY) which will include all party leaders for an ITV debate in London. This is not the BBC Scotland debate for this turn. 

Just a reminder that the SNP, Tories and Greens will be participating in the debate and will DM me the actions that they take for it. 

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1. John Major attempts to put his shoes on in Southwest England. He begins to tie them in front of a crowd, hoping he doesn't trip over himself and fall face first into the curiously placed cream pie about 3 feet from him on the ground.

2.John Major takes his glasses to the repairman after they were hit with a Tomato. The repairman, the finest in Northwest England, is hosting a party and John Major wishes to make new friends.

3. John Major puts on a disguise and walks around London trying to convince people to vote for the Tories.

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1.Green Party holds rally in London focusing on Economy.

2.Mallen Barker knocks doors in Edinburgh

3.Green Party barnstorms in Cardiff

 

 

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Neil Kinnock takes to the streets of Liverpool to attack the Conservative party's Environmental policy

Gordon Brown holds a rally in Glasgow,where he repeats Labour's promise to bring in a Scottish Parliament by 1995

Ken Livingstone goes door to door in London, talking about Labour's plans to protect the NHS

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SDLP slams the DUP and UUP as the parties that will maintain the status quo by potentially propping up the Tory Government in the situation of a hung parliament

"We want change. We want devolution! The status quo continues with these two!"

Plaid meets rural voters encouraging them to potentially vote in favor of the party so that the people of Wales may have a bigger voice in government, criticizes all the parties for not putting the interests of Wales first

"Plaid will put you first! We will put our interests first."

SNP campaign brainstorms through rural Scotland

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UKIP will run ads across the East Midlands on the United Commonwealth.

Nigel Farage will tour the East Midlands promising a surge of troops into Northern Ireland if elected.

UKIP will run ads in Southwest England vowing to build up Britain as a sovereign economic power once more through the elimination of public debt.

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Since the Socialists get such a strange appeal in London, Peter Taaffe holds an event in a community park about the need to better fund neighborhood projects and the local displays that make the city so great. 

The Socialists continue their pitiful campaign in Liverpool, reminding the voters that they DO currently have two MPs in Parliament much to everyone's shock, making them a real party! 

The Socialists campaign further in Liverpool, bashing Labour as having abandoned left wing voters by not adequately opposing the poll tax. 

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Paddy Ashdown will tour Southwest England to either increase or solidify the presence of the Lib Dems depending on the area. 

Paddy Ashdown holds a rally in Wolverhampton about investing into our NHS.

"The Liberal Democrats are committed to make sure our NHS is funded and not privated and sold off. This means making sure our hospitals are actively funded to able to give their best care and investing into more staff to make sure we can fill shortages in certain areas. But most importantly we must commit to be able to be able give quality health care to everyone!

Paddy Ashdown travels to London where he calls Change UK dumb.

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LABOUR @WVProgressive
Core Message: 7. A good message for Labour.

Pander: 10! A great idea for the Labour Party

Attack: 1. The attack flubs when several Scottish groups feel the message to Wales undermines their message.

Overall: +2. 

LIB DEMS @Cenzonico
Attack: 10! The attack on Scottish Labour is a boon for the Lib Dems.

Pander: 9. A great message to the Scottish audience

Message: 4. Some continue to be preferential to Labour.

Overall: +7.

TORIES @Reagan04
Pander: 5. A decent pander

Attack: 6. A rather good attack

Focus: 9. A great day for the Tory leadership...

Overall: +4!

GREENS @Rodja
Pander: 1. The greens get off on a rocky start on that end.

Attack: 7. A well-phrased attack by the Greens. (on Tories)

Message: 8. A good message that helps the Greens in that way.

Overall: 0

SNP @TheLiberalKitten
Pander: 8 - a well decided pander towards undecideds
Attack (on Tories): 5 - comes across as a little shaky.
Message: 4 - the majority of the public still disagrees. 

Overall: 0

 

Debate Winners - Liberal Democrats!

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4 hours ago, Reagan04 said:

1. John Major attempts to put his shoes on in Southwest England. He begins to tie them in front of a crowd, hoping he doesn't trip over himself and fall face first into the curiously placed cream pie about 3 feet from him on the ground.

2.John Major takes his glasses to the repairman after they were hit with a Tomato. The repairman, the finest in Northwest England, is hosting a party and John Major wishes to make new friends.

3. John Major puts on a disguise and walks around London trying to convince people to vote for the Tories.

SW England: 8. A good day as he is able to not trip over himself.

NW England: 2. Unfortunately, few want to be his friend.

London: 10! The disguise works!

Overall: +4!

4 hours ago, Rodja said:

1.Green Party holds rally in London focusing on Economy.

2.Mallen Barker knocks doors in Edinburgh

3.Green Party barnstorms in Cardiff

 

 

London: 4. A bit off for the Greens at that time.

Scotland: 6. A decent day in Scotland at least.

Wales: 2. Wales shows a bit of hostility towards their cause.

Overall: -5. 

4 hours ago, WVProgressive said:

Neil Kinnock takes to the streets of Liverpool to attack the Conservative party's Environmental policy

Gordon Brown holds a rally in Glasgow,where he repeats Labour's promise to bring in a Scottish Parliament by 1995

Ken Livingstone goes door to door in London, talking about Labour's plans to protect the NHS

Liverpool: 10! The environment continues to be a sore spot for the Tories

Glasgow: 1. Some Scottish Labour are angry that a more decisive stance isn't being taken against the SNP.

London: 4. A bit of a bad day for Labour in London.

Overall: -2. 

2 hours ago, TheLiberalKitten said:

SDLP slams the DUP and UUP as the parties that will maintain the status quo by potentially propping up the Tory Government in the situation of a hung parliament

"We want change. We want devolution! The status quo continues with these two!"

Plaid meets rural voters encouraging them to potentially vote in favor of the party so that the people of Wales may have a bigger voice in government, criticizes all the parties for not putting the interests of Wales first

"Plaid will put you first! We will put our interests first."

SNP campaign brainstorms through rural Scotland

SDLP: 6. A slight uptick for the SDLP

Plaid: 6. Plaid begins to even out in its level of support.

SNP: 9. A good day for the SNP as both they and the Lib Dems begin to make gains.

Overall: +6. 

2 hours ago, The Blood said:

UKIP will run ads across the East Midlands on the United Commonwealth.

Nigel Farage will tour the East Midlands promising a surge of troops into Northern Ireland if elected.

UKIP will run ads in Southwest England vowing to build up Britain as a sovereign economic power once more through the elimination of public debt.

East Midlands: 3. A poor day in the East Midlands to begin.

East Midlands: 8. Many hard-core right leaners agree on that.

Southwest England: 7. Many are happy with that promise.

Overall: +2.

2 hours ago, Herbert Hoover said:

Since the Socialists get such a strange appeal in London, Peter Taaffe holds an event in a community park about the need to better fund neighborhood projects and the local displays that make the city so great. 

The Socialists continue their pitiful campaign in Liverpool, reminding the voters that they DO currently have two MPs in Parliament much to everyone's shock, making them a real party! 

The Socialists campaign further in Liverpool, bashing Labour as having abandoned left wing voters by not adequately opposing the poll tax. 

London: 5. A bit of hostility there as well, as the Socialists begin to get dented harder.

Liverpool: 4. The phrase "real party" begins to hurt them a bit.

Liverpool: 2. Labour's defenses ring true for many.

Overall: -7. 

2 hours ago, buenoboss said:

Marshall Garcia hangs out with AliA in London and campaigns with him

Marshall Garcia goes to the Hogwarts Train Station-thing

Marshall Garcia throws tomatoes at John Major

London: 2. A bit of bad time for him there.

Hogwarts: 6. A better message there for Garcia.

London: 4. Some are shocked, others delighted.

Overall: -5. 

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2 hours ago, Cenzonico said:

Paddy Ashdown will tour Southwest England to either increase or solidify the presence of the Lib Dems depending on the area. 

Paddy Ashdown holds a rally in Wolverhampton about investing into our NHS.

"The Liberal Democrats are committed to make sure our NHS is funded and not privated and sold off. This means making sure our hospitals are actively funded to able to give their best care and investing into more staff to make sure we can fill shortages in certain areas. But most importantly we must commit to be able to be able give quality health care to everyone!

Paddy Ashdown travels to London where he calls Change UK dumb.

(It wasn't letting me quote you for some reason)

SW England: 8. A decent day there for the Lib Dems in a stronghold!

Wolverhampton: 3. Some Tory-leaning voters are discouraged.

London: 2. Many are outraged by the statement.

Overall: -4. 

 

UUP: 1. A dreadful turn.

DUP: 5. Even

SF: 5. Even

ALL: 10. A great turn!

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SEAT PROJECTION: HUNG PARLIAMENT

TORIES SHORT 19

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UK Percentages

Conservative Party: 38.7% (+0.3%) @Reagan04

Labour Party: 33.8% (-0.2%) @WVProgressive

Liberal Democrats: 18.8% (0) @Cenzonico

SNP + Plaid: 2.1% (+0.1%) @TheLiberalKitten

Greens: 2.1% (0) @Rodja

UKIP: 1.4% (0) @The Blood

Socialist: 0.7% (-0.1%) @Herbert Hoover

Change UK: 0.5% (0) @buenoboss

Undecided: 1.9% (-0.1%)

Northern Ireland

UUP: 31.0% (-2.3%) 8 Seats (-1)

SDLP: 24.0% (+0.4%) 5 Seats

DUP: 16.7% (-0.1%) 3 Seats

Sinn Fein: 11.2% (-0.1%)

Alliance: 10.9% (+1.2%) 1 Seat (+1)

Undecided: 6.2% (+0.9%)

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John Major does the Hustle with some close family friends across the East Midlands

John Major starts a conversation about privatization with his family over some pot roast in London

John Major smiles for the first time in 5 months, his pearly whites grace Northwest England

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(Zoom is not working at the moment so I might as well do this) 

Paddy Ashdown goes to the city of Edinburgh where he meets with voters and tries to capitalize on momentum from the Scottish debate.
 

Paddy Ashdown holds a rally in Dover where he talks about constitutional reform.

"As a way to complement our proposed electoral reform the Liberal Democrats believe it is time to bring constitutional reform to the United Kingdom! At the core of it, it is time to adopt a UK Bill of Rights with the European Convention on Human Rights as the basis. We also need to create a British Supreme Court, an act to guarantee freedom of information, and action against all forms of discrimination. We can not call ourselves a truly free country unless we are able to guarantee freedom to everybody in the United Kingdom!

Paddy Ashdown travels over to do a tour in the Isle of Wright where he bashes the Conservatives for its failures in government.

 

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