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1 hour ago, buenoboss said:

Marshall Garcia runs a 5k in London

Marshall Garcia tells crude jokes at a comedy bar in London

Marshall Garcia gets an endorsement from a local London car salesman

5k: 9. Man of the people!

Comedy Bar: 2. Many wonder if he's actually the leader of a real party.

Endorsement: 10! London likes it's cars!

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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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Neil Kinnock holds a rally in Coventry, attacking the Socialists, as radicals, whose only purpose is to split the left wing vote, and help ensure five more years of Tory government. (Also @Hestia11, w

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1 hour ago, Herbert Hoover said:

Peter Taaffe, who has been largely missing from the Socialists campaigning in lieu of the two actual MPs defending seats, rallies in London where he promises to pass substantial budget increases for the NHS. 

The Socialists start up a Young Socialists group in Coventry, hoping to influence the youth of today to become Socialist voters of tomorrow. 

The Socialists run one final ad in Liverpool, where they promote their city council and mayoral candidate. 

London: 10! A great day in London!

Coventry: 7. A good day for the Socialists there.

Liverpool: 2. The ad fails to help at all.

Overall: +3. 

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UK EXIT POLL (BBC):

TOO CLOSE TO CALL

TORY/LABOUR MINORITY

CONSERVATIVES: 283-312 Seats (projected 298)

LABOUR: 270-316 Seats (projected 289)

LIBERAL DEMOCRATS: 29-48 Seats (projected 33)

DEVOLUTION ALLIANCE (SDLP+SNP+PLAID): 9-16 (projected 12)

GREEN PARTY: 0-1 (projected 0)

UKIP: 0-1 Seat (projected 0)

SOCIALIST: 0-2 Seats (projected 0)

CHANGE UK: 0-0 Seats (projected 0)

NORTHERN IRELAND EXIT POLL

UUP/SDLP TOO CLOSE TO CALL

SDLP/DUP SURGE ON ELECTION NIGHT

 

 

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LONDON RESULTS 1992

(note: will be changes based off of actual 1992 results, not the last election)

London

84 Seats

Labour: 43 Seats (+8) with 39.9% of the vote

Conservatives: 40 Seats (-8) with 37.0% of the vote

Liberal Democrats: 1 Seat (0) with 14.0% of the vote

Change UK: 0 Seats with 2.9% of the vote

Socialists: 0 Seats with 2.9% of the vote

Greens: 0 seats with 2.4% of the vote

UKIP: 0 Seats with 0.8% of the vote

Parliament thus far:

Labour - 43

Conservatives - 40

Liberal Democrats - 1

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NORTH EAST RESULTS 1992

North East

29 Seats

Labour: 25 Seats (0) with 50.5% of the vote

Conservatives: 4 Seats (0) with 28.6% of the vote

Liberal Democrats: 1 Seat (0) with 17.0% of the vote

Greens: 0 Seats with 1.5% of the vote

UKIP: 0 Seats with 1.3% of the vote

Socialist: 0 Seats with 0.9% of the vote

Change UK: 0 Seats with 0.2% of the vote

Parliament thus far

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ANGLIA RESULTS 1992

Anglia

51 Seats

Conservatives: 43 (-4) Seats with 47.9% of the vote

Labour: 8 Seats (+4) with 28.7% of the vote

Liberal Democrats: 0 Seats (0) with 20.1% of the vote

UKIP: 0 Seats with 1.7% of the vote

Greens: 0 Seats with 0.8% of the vote

Socialists: 0 Seats with 0.5% of the vote

Change UK: 0 Seats with 0.2% of the vote

Parliament thus far

Conservatives: 87

Labour: 76

Lib Dems: 2

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SOUTH EAST RESULTS 1992

South East

78 Seats

Conservatives: 69 Seats (-7) with 48.0% of the vote

Liberal Democrats: 3 Seats (+3) with 24.9% of the vote

Labour: 6 Seats (+4) with 21.0% of the vote

UKIP: 0 Seats (0) with 3.2% of the vote

Greens: 0 Seats (0) with 2.6% of the vote

Socialists:0 Seats with 0.2% of the vote

Change UK: 0 Seats with 0.1% of the vote

KEY SEAT PROJECTION: BRIGHTON PAVILION - CAROLINE LUCAS HELD OFF

Conservatives: 29.8% (ELECTED)

Greens: 28.8%

Labour: 28.1%

Lib Dems: 13.2%

Parliament thus far

Tories: 156

Labour: 82

Lib Dems: 5

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WEST MIDLANDS RESULTS 1992

West Midlands

Labour: 40 Seats (+2) with 38.9% of the vote

Conservatives: 38 Seats (-1) with 40.6% of the vote

Liberal Democrats: 0 Seats (0) with 15.8% of the vote

UKIP: 0 Seats (0) with 2.0% of the vote

Greens: 0 Seats (0) with 1.9% of the vote

Socialists: 0 Seats (-1) with 0.7% of the vote

Change UK: 0 Seats with 0.1% of the vote

KEY CONSTITUENCY RESULT - COVENTRY SOUTH EAST - LABOUR DEFEATS SOCIALIST FIREBRAND

Labour - 32.2% (ELECTED)

Socialist: 28.9%

Conservatives: 25.0%

Liberal Democrats: 10.1%

Parliament thus far

Conservatives: 194

Labour: 122

Lib Dems: 5

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EAST MIDLANDS RESULTS 1992

East Midlands

Conservatives: 24 Seats (-4) with 42.1% of the vote

Labour: 18 Seats (+4) with 36.0% of the vote

Liberal Democrats: 0 Seats with 16.1% of the vote

UKIP: 0 Seats with 3.3% of the vote

Greens: 0 Seats with 1.9% of the vote

Change UK: 0 Seats with 0.4% of the vote

Socialists: 0 Seats with 0.2% of the vote

SURPRISE CONSTITUENCY - NOTTINGHAM EAST

Labour - 48.7%

Conservatives: 31.1% 

UKIP: 10.9% (write-in)

Lib Dems: 8.3% 

Parliament thus far

Tories - 218

Labour - 140

Lib Dems - 5

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YORKSHIRE AND THE HUMBER RESULTS 1992

(From now on, if you're under 0.5%, I'm not going to include it for ease of time)

Yorkshire/Humber

Labour: 29 Seats (-5) with 37.4% of the vote

Conservatives: 25 Seats (+5) with 42.5% of the vote

Lib Dems: 0 Seats with 15.8% of the vote

Greens: 0 Seats with 2.0% of the vote

UKIP: 0 Seats with 1.8% of the vote

Parliament thus far

Tories: 243

Labour: 169

Lib Dems: 5

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NORTH WEST RESULTS 1992

North West

Labour: 51 Seats (+3) with 42.9% of the vote

Tories: 23 Seats (-3) with 32.9% of the vote

Lib Dems: 4 Seats (+2) with 16.2% of the vote

Socialists: 1 Seat (0) with 5.1% of the vote

Greens: 0 Seats with 1.3% of the vote

UKIP: 0 Seats with 1.2% of the vote

KEY CONSTITUENCY RESULT - LIVERPOOL BROADGREEN - SOCIALIST VICTORY

Socialists: 32.5% 

Labour: 31.1%

Lib Dems: 26.9%

Tories: 9.4%

Parliament thus far

Tories: 266

Labour: 220

Lib Dems: 9 

Socialist: 1

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SOUTH WEST RESULTS 1992

South West

Conservatives: 29 Seats (-9) with 41.5% of the vote

Liberal Democrats: 14 Seats (+8) with 34.8% of the vote

Labour: 5 Seats (+1) with 17.3% of the vote

Greens: 0 Seats with 3.0% of the vote

UKIP: 0 Seats with 2.3% of the vote

KEY CONSTITUENCY RESULT - WELLS - LIBERAL DEMOCRAT VICTORY

Liberal Democrats - 42.7% (ELECTED)

Conservatives: 42.4%

Labour: 8.8%

UKIP: 4.5%

PARLIAMENT THUS FAR

Conservatives - 295

Labour - 225

Lib Dems - 23

Socialist - 1

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WALES RESULTS 1992

Wales

Labour: 27 Seats (0) with 43.9% of the vote

Plaid Cymru: 5 Seats (+1) with 13.0% of the vote

Tories: 3 Seats (-3) with 24.7% of the vote

Lib Dems: 3 Seats (+2) with 12.4% of the vote

Parliament thus far

Conservatives - 298

Labour - 252

Lib Dems - 26

Devolution Alliance - 5

Socialists - 1

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SCOTLAND RESULTS 1992

(Also note: the software is dumb as crap and for some reason it's 651 UK seats +17 NI seats, so the numbers may appear strange)

Scotland

Labour: 50 Seats (+1) with 36.4% of the vote

Liberal Democrats: 11 Seats (+2) with 20.1% of the vote

Tories: 7 Seats (-4) with 21.0% of the vote

SNP (Dev Alliance): 4 Seats (+1) with 18.4% of the vote

Greens: 0 Seats with 1.8% of the vote

Parliament thus far (without NI)

Tories: 305

Labour: 302

Liberal Democrats: 37

Devolution Alliance: 9

Socialists: 1

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NORTHERN IRELAND RESULTS 1992

Northern Ireland

17 Seats

Ulster Unionists: 7 Seats with 29.2% of the vote

Social Democratic and Labour Party (Dev Alliance): 6 Seats with 28.5% of the vote

Democratic Unionists: 3 Seats with 19.0% of the vote

Sinn Fein: 1 Seat with 14.4% of the vote

Alliance: 0 Seats with 8.9% of the vote

 

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UNITED KINGDOM RESULTS 1992

(334 seats command a majority) - HUNG PARLIAMENT

Conservative Party: 305 Seats with 38.4% of the vote @Reagan04

Labour Party: 302 Seats with 33.9% of the vote @WVProgressive

Liberal Democrats: 37 Seats with 19.5% of the vote @Cenzonico

Devolution Alliance: 15 Seats with 2.6% of the vote @TheLiberalKitten

UUP: 8 Seats with 0.4% of the vote

DUP: 3 Seats with 0.2% of the vote

Socialists: 1 Seat with 1.2% of the vote @Herbert Hoover

Greens: 0 Seats with 2.0% of the vote @Rodja

UKIP: 0 Seats with 1.9% of the vote @The Blood

Change UK: 0 Seats with 0.6% of the vote @buenoboss

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STORYLINES

Government in the hands of Ashdown's Liberal Democrats

With 29 and 32 seats required, respectively, the Liberal Democrats have the power to make or break the government. The Conservatives could technically reach the threshold with a mix and match of parties, but in reality, Northern Irish parties will not want to cooperate together. The Lib Dems are the deciding factor on government negotiations.

However, the results of thee election were a better received result in Conservative HQ than once thought - the people voted for them by over 4% over the opposition Labour Party (even though seat count doesn't reflect it). The Greens and UKIP had a good start, while Change UK ran strong in London. The Socialists will be overjoyed to have defended the seat in Liverpool, and will use it as a beachhead in the years to come.

Many are wondering - where do we go from here? An election in the autumn? A coalition? Confidence and supply? Minority government that's as shaky as it began? 

@Reagan04's John Major has the first opportunity to form government, followed by @WVProgressive's Labour. In reality, @Cenzonico's Liberal Democrats control either of their fates. 

(Thank you all! Once government has been formed and I have been notified, I will begin preparations for the off-year cycle and let you know where we go from here. I enjoyed this very much!)

 

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Mallen Barker will be resigning as Green Party leader after party's failure to win a single seat this election.

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Paddy Ashdown releases a statement on government formation

"After many many talks with the party leadership, fellow MPs, and my family, I have made the decision to force a minority government! We can not yield to the very same parties that have failed the British people. We must use our power to be able to get our agenda into law and have Britian be better off than ever before!"

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2 minutes ago, TheLiberalKitten said:

Devolution Alliance announces key concession for support in government

"Our electoral Alliance ran on Devolution and we are committed to it as soon as possible. Any party that would like our support will have to make this a priority."

Labour's offer to the Devolution Alliance:

Scottish, and Welsh Parliament with tax levying powers by 1994

Referendum on Irish Reunification requiring support from 55% of the entire Irish Electorate by 1995

Referendum on English Parliament with tax levying powers requiring support from 55% of the entire English electorate by 1996

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LABOUR MINORITY GOVERNMENT

1992-1994

Major Events

Vote on Devolution Alliance's agreements

Scottish and Welsh Parliaments: PASSES

Irish Reunification: FAILED (by Conservative/Lib Dem opposition, as well as UUP/DUP stringent opposition)

English Parliament: PASSES

 

Devolution Referendum Results

Scottish Parliament: PASSES 56.35% to 43.65%.

Welsh Parliament: PASSES 50.82% to 49.18%

English Parliament: FAILS 66.89% to 33.11%

 

Labour handling of key issues (out of 100)

NHS: 19

Environment: 4!

Education: 47

Economy: 37

Immigration: 36

Foreign Relations: 32

Jobs: 96!

Integrity: 8!

Devolution: 79 (likely helped by the Dev Alliance)

 

Story

It is November of 1994. Labour's minority government has been rocky, and rocked by scandal. The Prime Minister was dogged by a corruption scandal that has continued to plague his administration. The Devolution Alliance secured much of what it wanted (English Parliament wasn't a big goal of theirs in the long run). A horrible handling of most key issues seems to be because of a minority government in the first place. Issues that may have been solved easily by a majority government were plagued by opposition from the Lib Dems and Tories.

A bad handling of events has led to Labour sinking in the polls. With a minority parliament, the Tories and Lib Dems alone could force an election in the early winter of 1995. Obstinate opposition from the Tories seems to have rewarded them for the time being...

@WVProgressive

@Reagan04 has the option to table a vote of no confidence in Her Majesty's government. A high stakes move, as it could backfire both upon them and @Cenzonico 's Liberal Democrats. The two parties could force an election on their own. Otherwise, it will wait for another couple of years before Labour's term is done. 

 

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56 minutes ago, Hestia11 said:

@Reagan04 has the option to table a vote of no confidence in Her Majesty's government. A high stakes move, as it could backfire both upon them and @Cenzonico 's Liberal Democrats. The two parties could force an election on their own. Otherwise, it will wait for another couple of years before Labour's term is done. 

Leader of the Opposition John Major goes to the floor of the House and announces a vote of no confidence in Prime Minister Kinnock and Her Majesty's government. He declares the government has been ineffective and it's response to all of Britain's most important issues has been shameful!

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