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A Long Awaited Election


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20XX General Election  

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A general election is now on the cards, after a long wait from the Norsefire losing control completely.

Here is a list from the parties including information about the party leaders and their main priorities and policies.

[size="4"][b]Conservative Party[/b][/size]
[b]Leader: [/b]David Cameron
[b]Political Position:[/b] Centre-right
[size="3"][b]Main policies:[/b][/size]
[b]Health:[/b] Privatization of the NHS
[b]Defence:[/b] Increase in defence budget
[b]Education:[/b] Removal of university fees
[b]Justice and Crime:[/b] Reduce people in prison by 20% in 5 years

[size="4"][b]Labour Party[/b][/size]
[b]Leader: [/b]Gordon Brown
[b]Political Position:[/b] Centre-left
[size="3"][b]Main policies:[/b][/size]
[b]Health:[/b] Privatization of several underused NHS facilities
[b]Defence:[/b] Decrease in defence budget
[b]Education:[/b] Reduction of university fees
[b]Justice and Crime:[/b] Increase Police presence on the streets by 10%

[size="4"][b]Liberal Democrat Party[/b][/size]
[b]Leader: [/b]Nick Clegg
[b]Political Position:[/b] Radical centre
[size="3"][b]Main policies:[/b][/size]
[b]Health:[/b] Increase of NHS budget, no privatization
[b]Defence:[/b] No change in defence budget
[b]Education:[/b] No change in University fees
[b]Justice and Crime:[/b] Make the police force 15% more efficient in 5 years

[size="4"][b]Monster Raving Looney Party[/b][/size]
[b]Leader: [/b]Alan "Howling Laud" Hope
[b]Political Position:[/b] Sitting, facing forwards
[size="3"][b]Main policies:[/b][/size]
[b]Health:[/b] Get rid of all the fatties in 5 years
[b]Defence:[/b] Hand out slingshots to every household in 6 months
[b]Education:[/b] Maek it gud n stuffs
[b]Justice and Crime:[/b] Introduction of a 1 year prison sentence for all 15 year olds

OOC: Poll won't be the actual result, as per the norm.

Edited by King Timmy
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And the results are in. In the biggest swing since the 1980's, Labour topped the polls. Out of 300 seats in the house of commons, they took 156.

The conservatives came in second with 104 seats, the Liberal Democrats coming third with 39 seats and by sheer miracle for the first time in their history, the Monster Raving Loonies had their party leader, Alan "Howling Laud" Hope, win in the constituency of Dunny-on-the-Wold. It was, by extraordinary stroke of luck, a rotten borough.

With an outright majority they would be the new government until the next general election.

The now Prime Minister Gordon Brown made a speech and it was very moving and everyone cheered.

Now a democratic government again things would hopefully go back to the way they were before the incident.

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