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  • RE: British Press and Social Media

    Politics: Liberals Looking to Sweep England, Key Councils After Surprising Poll Trend

    NEWCASTLE, PORTSMOUTH, and BIRMINGHAM --- New polling looks to deliver Theresa May and key council seats across the UK in the local and English Assembly elections. The three assemblies in England (Southern England [excluding London], Central England, and Northern England) are looking to be swept by the Liberal Party with Labour's leadership election casting much into doubt, with the result being announced April 14th as voting is going on this whole week via post ballots. As such, the Liberal Party have been doing better campaigning around England, with the Prime Minister showing up in key areas of support. 

    "The UK Government, complimented with Liberal councils and Liberal assemblies will deliver on our promises to bring prosperity and jobs to England and our whole United Kingdom and make sure that we have public services that get the most out of what we pay for them unlike Labour's vision of bloated, inefficient, and oversaturated public services," the Prime Minister said in Portsmouth. Holding power in Southampton, Leeds, and Birmingham is important for the Liberals, 3/7 under their control is not as bad as 2/7, and bowling a century against Labour in the council elections would be a good sign for a popular Government that seemed to overlook the regional election in Ireland.

    posted in European News Consortium
  • RE: The United Kingdom - Government Ministries

    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

    posted in Government Offices
  • RE: British Press and Social Media


    Ireland 2018: It's a Government! Labour Signs Supply Deal with Fianna Fail


    BREAKING: Labour has reached a coalition deal with Fianna Fail to run the next Irish Government. Taoiseach-elect Brendan Howlin will set out the Irish Government cabinet shortly.

    posted in European News Consortium
  • RE: The Royal Montague Stock Exchange

    ((OOC: Yes, so that column that says RP Euro to Currency X is the worth your currency has to RP. So, if we are to do some cross multiplication here: 

    1.31/1 (The Monten Pound worth) x 1/1.55 (the pound sterling [UK pound]) worth = 1.31/1.55 = about 0.85

    so 1 M£ = £0.85 (UK). 

    If you have questions, please ASK first before trying to just write whatever down. The chat feature doesn't work on this site for me, so you can ask me through the Discord chat.))

    posted in World Stock Market
  • RE: The Royal Montague Stock Exchange

    ((OOC: BTW, you don't get to make up your economy posts like that. We have a system you have to follow.))

    posted in World Stock Market
  • RE: The Royal Montague Stock Exchange

    ((OOC: Montenbourg LITERALLY appears on the list in row 10.))

    posted in World Stock Market
  • RE: The Royal Montague Stock Exchange

    ((OOC: Where did you get your economic information from. I just had to update the exchange rates for the pound sterling (£ or GBP) and Angleteric pound (A£ or ANP) because they were wrong. If you're going to post something economic, you have to follow the information from this sheet.)) 

    posted in World Stock Market
  • RE: Montenbourg Social Media and Press

    @montenbourg ((OOC: Then change the wording. It can't be new and modernised if it has yet to exist in the RP, considering it's a multi-lateral treaty and would involve other countries. Either post the draft now or change your wording.))

    posted in European News Consortium
  • RE: Montenbourg Social Media and Press

    @montenbourg ((OOC: Then WHY have you written that it is a new and modernised something when it doesn't even exist!!!?))

    posted in European News Consortium
  • RE: Montenbourg Social Media and Press

    ((OOC: There is no North European Free Trade Agreement.))

    posted in European News Consortium

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