The United Kingdom - Government Ministries

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    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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    28 February 2018

    His Majesty's Government stands in solidarity with the Government and people of Omnibus. Terrorist atrocities like what has taken place there have no place in a civilised Europe. We in the United Kingdom encourage all people across Europe to stand up against terrorism, and we will continue our fight to keep Britain safe. We know all too well what it is to have a terrorist attack target innocent civilians, with the 2011 and 2017 attacks on London. The Prime Minister was a guest to Cheles earlier in the month, and returned to the United Kingdom before the attacks took place. She is personally reaching out to the Government of Omnibus, and has dedicated herself in principle to the agreement that she has brought back from Cheles.

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    3 March 2018

    His Majesty's Government of the United Kingdom of Great Britain welcomes the trade deal struck with Omnibus. It is a stroke of achievement and friendship between our two nations, and proves that Europe can work together. We are pleased and ready to welcome investment and trade into both of our countries, and hope that we can remain longtime friends. 

    His Majesty's Government also extends an invitation to the The Government of Montenbourg. We believe that we can strike trade deals and forge closer bonds between Britain and Montenbourg that will bring strength and stability to the north of Europe. 

    The Rt. Hon. Theresa May, MP

    Prime Minister of the United Kingdom of Great Britain.

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    04 March 2018

    His Majesty's Government of the United Kingdom of Great Britain welcomes the news from Montenbourg and invites the Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Montenbourg to London this week for a summit, where we can hammer out deeper agreements and cooperation between Britain and Montenbourg. It will be a pleasure to welcome Prime Minister William Anderson to 10 Downing Street.

    The Rt. Hon. Theresa May, MP

    Prime Minister of the United Kingdom of Great Britain

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    04 March 2018

    Press Release:

    The United Kingdom of Great Britain is pleased to announce the visit by the Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Montenbourg, the Rt. Hon. William Anderson, to London. He will be accompanied by delegations of the Royal Household of Montenbourg and others in what we hope is a productive and hopeful meeting between Britain and Montenbourg. As our two countries share so much in common, it is important to show the benefits of strength, stability, and cooperation and the wonders it can do not only for governments, but for ordinary working people. In response to the Royal Delegation, His Majesty the King has graciously invited all the participants in the summit to a State Dinner at Windsor Castle and a tour of Buckingham Palace, the official residence of the Sovereign. 

    In addition to His Majesty the King and Her Majesty Queen Catherine and the Prince and Princess of Wales, I will be accompanied by:

    • the Secretary of State for Defence, Sir Michael Fallon
    • the Secretary of State for International Development, Penny Mordaunt
    • the Secretary of State for Internatoinal Trade, Dr. Liam Fox
    • the Secretary of State for Business and Industry, Dr. Greg Clark
    • the Secretary of State for the Home Department, The Rt. Hon. Amber Rudd
    • the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs, The Rt. Hon. Stephen Crabb 
    • Chancellor of the Exchequer, Second Lord of the Treasury, The Rt. Hon. Philip Hammond

    The summit itself at Downing Street will be attended by the Home Secretary, Foreign Secretary, and the Chancellor of the Exchequer for a small portion of time with an extended amount of time for myself Prime Minister Anderson to talk and put together a good deal for the whole of our two nations.

    The Rt. Hon. Theresa May, MP

    Prime Minister of the United Kingdom of Great Britain

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    08 March 2018

    It is regrettable to find that former President Shane Raimi of Omnibus has plotted to influence the election for President in the manner in which details have been laid out by the man himself. The United Kingdom of Great Britain supports free and fair elections across Europe, and we do not tolerate or promote the influence of any election. The will of the people must be ensured, and therefore I am offering the services of observers from the United Kingdom to monitor the election process on the day. We also call on the European Commission to better safeguard elections across Europe and work with national governments to root out tampering. 

    The Rt. Hon. Theresa May, MP

    Prime Minister of the United Kingdom of Great Britain

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    16 March 2018

    His Majesty's Government of the United Kingdom of Great Britain absolutely, without hesitation, rejects what is happening in Omnibus and call on our European partners and the people of Omnibus to come together and reject autocratic, authoritarian rule. It is clear that Omnibus is descending it chaos, and the United Kingdom will defend democracy both at home and abroad. I issue to President Rhaegar an ultimatum to restore democratic rule to Omnibus or be faced with the heavy sanctions, including assets of Omnibus in the United Kingdom and others. Britain will stand by the people of Omnibus and encourage them to look to the light in this period of darkness.

    The Rt. Hon. Theresa May, MP

    Prime Minister of the United Kingdom of Great Britain

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    18 March 2018

    The Foreign and Commonwealth Office have been monitoring the situation in Omnibus, and with the recent outbreak of the flu, the FCO have no choice but to issue a travel warning for all UK citizens. We strongly advise against the travel to Omnibus at this time, citing dangers that include political instability and the outbreak of a communicable disease that has been deemed incurable by the authorities in Omnibus. We further have alerted the Maritime and Coastguard Authority and the Department of Defence and they have recommended and will be enacting a ban on all air and sea traffic from Omnibus into the airspace and maritime borders of the United Kingdom. Any aircraft that requests to land in the United Kingdom from Omnibus will be denied landing rights, and all maritime craft coming from Omnibus will be diverted from the waters of the United Kingdom. His Majesty's Government will also be seeking sanctions on the businesses of Vladimir Rhaegar and the financial assets of him and his associates, including the freezing of assets in UK banks. 

    The safety and security of UK citizens abroad and at home is the grounds upon which the FCO in conjunction with the MCA and Department of Defence issue these warnings and make these difficult decisions. We will continue to monitor the situation in Omnibus as well. We do not speak for the House of Commons, but the Government will also decide on whether or not to bring forward the trade deal that was negotiated by former President Shane Raimi.

    The Rt. Hon. Stephen Crabb, MP

    Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs

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    03 April 2018

    His Majesty's Government of the United Kingdom of Great Britain rejects the idea that the Foreign Secretary of Montenbourg, Dr. Elizabeth McCord, put out about European nations and the treatment of migrants. I will personally spell out the United Kingdom's policy when it comes to Kaasian refugees:

    1. All migrants are to go to designated points of arrival in Dromund Kaas where they will begin processing. Each will be provided full protection under UK law.

    2. Pending approval of refugee status, they are sent to Australia, where they are flown from Australia to the United Kingdom. 

    3. At that point, they enjoy full rights of abode and work in the United Kingdom, and pending five years of living in the UK, can become full citizens.

    Upon what is there any evidence in this decidedly generous programme of the mistreatment of refugees? HM Government cautions Dr. McCord and encourages her to research before speaking about all European nations. Where we can instead see cooperation is an implementation programme through the European Commission of the provisions of the recently passed law. The UK Government also finds the same faults as the Angleteric government when it comes to the writing of the legislation but we accept the democratic process. 

    We do, however, demand that Dr. McCord retract her statement. 

    The Rt. Hon. Theresa May, MP

    Prime Minister of the United Kingdom of Great Britain

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    09 April 2018

    His Majesty's Government of the United Kingdom of Great Britain has announced that it will not be pursuing a free trade agreement with the Kingdom of Montenbourg at this time. While our meeting was productive and has laid the groundwork for a free trade agreement, it is clear that Montenbourg's behaviour in chastising nations is unbecoming of a country that is wishing to see itself as a major player in Europe. Had the United Kingdom acted in this manner towards Montenbourg, there would be an uproar among the European Council and members states of Europe. Montenbourg has accused every country in Europe of abuses against refugees, of being unkind towards migrants, and unsupportive of LGBTQI individuals. 

    I would like to see Montenbourg, rather than telling European nations how to act and what to do, work on itself. It talks about a strong economy that is prosperous, yet it earns nearly half of the United Kingdom's workers, and its GDP per capita is nearly one third of that of the United Kingdom. It talks about income inequality among other European, but Britain has lifted millions out of poverty and as far as we can see, while some are still growing and improving, they are doing just that. 

    Leadership is not just making statements with no grounds in reality, but rather leading by example. When the Kingdom of Montenbourg decides to lead by example, we will pursue the final steps towards a free trade agreement.

    The Rt. Hon. Theresa May, MP

    Prime Minister of the United Kingdom of Great Britain

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