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  • Commission


  • Commission


    30 October 2016

    To the Government of Davishire:

    We appreciate the announcement made today by the Prime Minister that a review will be conducted and the resulting consultation will be made available to the people of Davishire by mid-November. We sincerely hope that before any action is taken regarding EU membership, whether in the form of a referendum or by Government action, a proper release of information on both sides of the argument will be made available. We in the United Kingdom of Great Britain sincerely hope that the people of Davishire are given the choice in a swift manner to take control of their future.

    The Rt. Hon. Theresa May, MP

    Prime Minister of the United Kingdom of Great Britain


  • Commission

    30 November 2016

    To the Government of Derecta

    On behalf of the Government of the United Kingdom of Great Britain, we extend our condolences to the people and Government of Derecta on the death of the Prime Minister, Mr. Nicolás Entrialgo. As a public servant, he strove to work in the interests of all of his people and to deliver a secure, bright future for the people of Derecta. Indeed, it is a great loss for Europe.

    We would like to extend an offer to the Acting Prime Minister reassurance that she will find a friend in the United Kingdom.

    The Rt. Hon. Theresa May, MP

    Prime Minister of the United Kingdom of Great Britain


  • Commission


    22 February 2017

    The United Kingdom of Great Britain is pleased with the preparations for the Turkmenbaijan election. We hope they are fair and free elections, and offer our election officials to help the international effort to monitor the elections, though we do not doubt the internal workings of Turkmenbaijan. We also applaud the positive developments between Australia and Turkmenbaijan and that they are continuing to reach common ground. We hope that both nations work together to move forward for the mutual benefit of the parties and Europe as a whole. As a continent, we have seen issues like these spiral into conflict, invasions, and war and it is encouraging to see the issue be resolved peacefully.

    We do support the efforts of Commonwealth of Australia to enforce its own laws and maintain sovereignty over their territory and who can come into it. As an island nation, the United Kingdom understands the need for secure borders.

    His Majesty's Government will continue to monitor the situations closely and wish all candidates in the Turkmenbaijani election the best of luck.

    The Rt. Hon. Theresa May, MP

    Prime Minister of the United Kingdom of Great Britain


  • Commission


    12 April 2017

    HM Government is pleased with the European Court of Justice coming to a verdict. It is very much the case that the institution charged with upholding the Constitution, our region's founding principles, fails us. The verdict is a triumph for the institution itself and for the whole of Europe as we mark the achievement of a functioning court. In regards to the decision itself, the United Kingdom will respect the rule of the court.

    In regard to Archbishop Paul Cracitus and the Inquistan Government's requests to meet with the Coalition of the Willing, he has the Government's participation in any talks regarding refugees. As an island nation, our intake of refugees is limited, though slated to be at around 50,000 by the end of this year alone. We can and should do more to help not only among the Coalition but among the entirety of Europe, and I applaud my Australian colleague, Hillary Clinton, and her generosity when it comes to refugees.

    HM Government will continue to act in accordance to international rulings, and we will conduct our own internal findings on the conduct of the RAF, Royal Navy and British Army during this participation in the Dromund Kaas conflict. We hope our involvement will add to the momentum needed that will see this conflict end soon.

    The Rt. Hon. Theresa May, MP

    Prime Minister of the United Kingdom of Great Britain


  • Commission

    26 April 2017

    His Majesty's Government is deeply troubled by the developments in Turkmenbaijan. A democratically elected government has been forced out of office via a coup by the former ruling party. This state of affairs cannot go on in Europe and the United Kingdom will not stand by idly. It is expressed in the European Union's Constitution, our most basic and universal of laws, in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in Section XX:

    I. [All persons have] the right to take part in the government of his country, directly or through freely chosen representatives.

    II. Everyone has the right of equal access to public service in his country.

    III. The will of the people shall be the basis of the authority of government.

    IV. This will shall be expressed in periodic and genuine elections, conducted under universal and equal suffrage for all of legal voting age, and held by secret vote or by equivalent free voting procedures.

    It is through this criteria that the United Kingdom has determined that the current attempt by the SDH in Turkmenbaijan to form government is illegitimate, and that there should be new elections immediately. It is clear that the will of the people is not being observed by the government, and that they will simply continue to change until the SDH get their way and bully around the other parties. We also call on European nations to stand up to this obvious coup attempt and call for new elections to be held in Turkmenbaijan.

    The instrument in which a government of national consensus can be found is being misused and abused for the gain of the SDH. There must be proof that the system will not be used to help the SDH consolidate power and crush any opposition.

    The Rt. Hon. Stephen Crabb, MP

    Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs

    The Rt. Hon. Theresa May, MP

    Prime Minister of the United Kingdom of Great Britain


  • Commission


    5 May 2017

    It has come to my attention that Turkmenbaijan has formed a government of minority parties, that include their Communist Party. The result is that the largest parties in the National Congress are left out of government and merely meant to prop up a government.

    This is an outrage and a democratic disgrace. As a country that has had governing coalitions before, it is an absurd idea to reject the largest party and deny it a chance to form a stable government. There is a democratic deficit in Turkmenbaijan, and I condemn its President for allowing such a coalition to exist. It is not how any truly democratically elected institution should react. It would be like Britain being led by a SNP-Plaid Cymru government, propped up by the SDP and Liberal Progressives. Ludicrous idea.

    His Majesty's Government will not recognise this shambles of a government and we call on other European nations to do the same. Stable government comes from including the large and small voices, not just asking the large ones to prop up an experiment to retain control.

    The Rt. Hon. Theresa May, MP

    Prime Minister of the United Kingdom of Great Britain


  • Commission

    4 June 2017

    To Britons at home and abroad:

    The Foreign and Commonwealth Office have been monitoring the situation in Turkmenbaijan closely, and we are advising that travellers avoid the country until order is restored. While we view Turkmenbaijan in a positive light and are optimistic that the latest election will help alleviate the tensions, the job of the Foreign Office is to help Britons abroad. The voluntary ban will be lifted after the Turkmenbaijani elections.

    The Rt. Hon. Stephen Crabb, MP

    Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs


  • Commission

    7 June 2017

    Regarding the British Diplomatic Mission in Turkmenbaijan and Citizens of the United Kingdom in Turkmenbaijan,

    On advice of the UK Ambassador to Turkmenbaijan, the Secretary of State for Defence, and the Prime Minister, we have put Turkmenbaijan on the highest warning regarding travel to the country. We advise against all travel to Turkmenbaijan, particularly to the areas of Turkmenbaijan affected by the civil unrest. This warning will remain in effect until the conflict is resolved. British Airways will be chartering flights to immediately evacuate all British nationals out of Turkmenbaijan to London Heathrow, London Gatwick, or London Stansted Airports.

    If you are concerned about a friend or family member you have not heard from in Turkmenbaijan, please contact the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) in London at +44 20 7009 1100 or fill out a request for information form at www.fco.gov.uk/inquiry.

    The Rt. Hon. Stephen Crabb, MP

    Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs



  • Commission

    7 June 2017

    Updated Travel Advice - Turkmenbaijan

    The State of Turkmenbaijan has been placed on a do not travel list by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO). At this time, we are requesting all British nationals that do not have any business in Turkmenbaijan to come home immediately. Chartered emergency flights on British Airways planes from Arkhamnamabad to London Heathrow Airport will be made available at six hour intervals, starting at 08:00 on 8 June 2017. The flights will end on 9 June 2017 at 02:00. Gallambrian nationals on board flights will be directed to Royal Gallambrian Air Force A330 planes, which will depart Heathrow Airport and arrive in RGAF Harwich.

    We stand by the relationship between the United Kingdom and Turkmenbaijan, and we do view the country as an important regional partner. At this time, however, we must oblige by the first principle of any UK Government which is to protect the people of the United Kingdom, be it at home or abroad. We hope to see travel restore to normal from the United Kingdom to Turkmenbaijan.


  • Commission

    15 August 2017

    The Secretary of State for Energy and Industrial Strategy in conjunction with the Cabinet will be releasing a white paper on the energy strategy of the United Kingdom, including three new power plants for sustainable, nuclear power. The Government believes wholeheartedly in a multi-pronged approach in securing the energy needs of the United Kingdom with sustainable approaches that will benefit the environment and reduce carbon emissions in Britain. The white paper entitled "Securing Our Energy Future" will be released to the public upon the official release next week. 

    Archie Norman

    Lead Non-Executive Board Member of the Department for Business, Energy, and Industrial Strategy


  • Commission

    15 September 2017

    In accordance with FCO procedure, HM Government has come to the conclusion that the issues in Turkmenbaijan have reached a satisfactory conclusion. Therefore, HM Government will lift the travel advisory and ban effective immediately and will deploy our ambassador and embassy staff back to Arkhmanabad immediately. HM Government thanks the government and people of Turkmenbaijan for continued relations and we hope more communication will continue between the United Kingdom and Turkmenbaijan. 

    The Rt. Hon. Stephen Crabb, MP

    Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs


  • Commission




    15 September 2017

    Due to intelligence and security agency warnings, the UK Terror Level has been raised to Elevated. UK citizens should be vigilant and report any suspicious activities to the authorities.

    The Rt. Hon. Theresa May, MP

    Prime Minister of the United Kingdom of Great Britain 


  • Commission

    20 September 2017

    Good evening:

    Many people across the United Kingdom are shocked and appalled by the clear act of terrorism which has occurred in the streets of London today. 3 gunmen and a van driver unleashed fear upon unsuspecting victims of an international make up. As of now, 50 people have been killed an nearly 200 injured. The explosion at a Boots pharmacy has claimed the lives of merely 35 hostages. All 4 assailants are dead. All 4 came from Dromund Kaas as refugees. 

    This cowardly act may cause Britain to mourn her lost, but she is a strong country. The strength of our principles and diversity is great, and we and our allies will not stand and allow terrorism to win.

    The Rt. Hon. Theresa May, MP

    Prime Minister of the United Kingdom of Great Britain 


  • Commission

    21 September 2017

    Good evening

    Across Europe, His Majesty's Government has received statements of support and offers of aid from Inimicus, Mountenbourg, Derecta, and Australia. I thank them all and Britain thanks them. It is in times when one feels most dark that the bonds of friendship prevail. The Secret Intelligence Service, Secret Service, and GCHQ are working together with our partners across Europe to sort out where these Kaasians came from in the failed state, and just what exactly is waiting in the dark ruins of that country. Yesterday was a dark day. Three men wielding firearms illegally arrived in one of the busiest intersections in London and Europe, filled with tourists, ordinary people...and unleashed carnage and devastation. As we clean up from the shootings and the suicide bombing at Piccadilly Circus, we mourn our dead and come together as one United Kingdom to heal.

    We know the identity of one, Marcus Jones, who lived in Dromund Kaas after the EMP strike and was hardened by the ideology of the Dark State. Two more joined him identifying themselves as Darth Chard and Darth Lod....aliases. The Sith ideology that lives deep in Dromund Kaas is a poisonous one, and is the result of a failed state that was once a threat to Europe now overthrown by Angleric, Duxburian, Ruhr, and British support in 2011. We have reached out to the Governments of Angleter, Derecta, and Miraco to make arrangements for their citizens and the families of those citizens that were killed in the terror attack in London yesterday. 

    Let me make the position of the Government clear: this Government will not stand by idly and allow terrorists to burrow deep into a lost country and attack Britain or her allies without swift condemnation and action. I have informed our representative at the European Union that we must bring this to the European Council and coordinate action across Europe once we have even more details. This Government will also continue to vet and take in Kaasian refugees. As a bastion of freedom and democracy, the United Kingdom must lead by example and take in its fair share of the most vulnerable in Europe. 

    We will also continue to live our lives in defiance of these acts. When a group resorts to this sort of terrorism, they try to intimidate and strike fear in the hearts of the citizens of that country. But we know in Britain that when tragedy strikes, we mourn, heal and then continue with the stiff upper lip that has defined generations of people on this island. The United Kingdom will endure, as will the rest of Europe and all of us will be united in stamping out the scourge that is terrorism. We thank our friends in Europe, and we take comfort in the knowledge that Britain is not alone.

    The Foreign and Commonwealth Office will continue to brief Europe on progress in the investigation, and I will deliver updates as necessary as well. 

    Thank you

    The Rt. Hon. Theresa May, MP

    Prime Minister of the United Kingdom of Great Britain


  • Commission


    3 October 2017

    His Majesty's Treasury welcomes the data put out by the European Central Bank about the UK economy, and indeed the good news about the wider European economy. These figures demonstrate that the Government is achieving results and building a country that works for everyone. We anticipate the figures on jobs and employment from the Office of National Statistics in the coming days as the Treasury begins the process of building a Budget, to be presented in December. 

    His Majesty's Treasury will continue to pursue and advocate for policies that will grow wages, grow the economy, entice new investment, build jobs in Britain, and allow more working people to keep the wages they have earned. 

    The Rt. Hon. Phillip Hammond, MP

    Chancellor of the Exchequer


  • Commission

    3 October 2017

    His Majesty's Government congratulates His Imperial Majesty, Emperor Artabanos, on a successful re-election to the post. The nation of Inimicus has made immeasurable progress in the pursuit of democratic institutions, and this vote is a landmark achievement in Inimican history. We also look forward to working with the Imperial Inimican Government and the people of Inimicus in matters of trade and security in the coming years, and continue the bonds of friendship between the United Kingdom and the Empire of Inimicus. 

    The Rt. Hon. Theresa May, MP

    Prime Minister of the United Kingdom of Great Britain

    The Rt. Hon. Stephen Crabb, MP

    Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs


  • Commission


    7 October 2017

    His Majesty's Government will be undergoing a cabinet shuffle, effective 9 October. 

    Prime Minister: Theresa May

    Chancellor of the Exchequer: Phillip Hammond

    Secretary of State for the Home Department: Amber Rudd

    Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Stephen Crabb

    First Secretary of State, Minister for the Cabinet Office: Chloe Smith

    Secretary of State for International Trade: Dr. Liam Fox

    Secretary of State for Justice: Michael Gove

    Secretary of State for Health: Nicky Morgan

    Secretary of State for Business and Industry: Dr. Greg Clark

    Secretary of State for Defence: Sir Michael Fallon KCB

    Secretary of State for Education: Justine Greening

    Secretary of State for Science, Innovation and Skills: Jo Johnson

    Secretary of State for Environment, Energy, and Rural Affairs: Priti Patel

    Secretary of State for Transport: Chris Grayling

    Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government: Sajid Javid

    Secretary of State for Scotland: David Mundell

    Secretary of State for Ireland: James Brokenshire

    Secretary of State for Wales: Alun Cairns

    Secretary of State for Work and Pensions: David Gauke

    Secretary of State for Welfare: Elizabeth Truss

    Secretary of State for Internet, Culture, Sport and Media: Karen Bradley

    Chancellor for the Duchy of LancasterSir Patrick McLoughlin


    Leader of the House of CommonsAndrea Leadsom

    Chief Secretary to the Treasury: Stephen Barclay

    Chief Whip in the House of Commons: Gavin Williamson

    Attorney General: Jeremy Wright

    Solicitor General: Robert Buckland

    Leader of the Senate: Senator Natalie Evans

    Chief Whip in the Senate: Senator John Taylor

    Minister of State for Immigration: Brandon Lewis

    Minister of State for Employment: Damian Hinds

    Minister of State for Counterterrorism: Senator Susan Williams


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