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Federal gerneral election map, Worcester UDI 1996

The Federal General Assembly results from 1997 to 2009.

OverviewEdit

See- The current government ministries of the Federal Republic of Mercia.

The national government is the Federal General Assembly, which is elected every 4 years and uses the former (in their reality) Westminster constancies, split in two new constancies, were ever possible. The government is, by necessity of its small size, in a permanent state of coalition politics.

Government is run like a comity. The cabinet of ministers is elected by the vote of the membership of the assembly. Those who become ministers can run their ministries on a day to day basis without consultation. All national policy is decided by an ad-hock meeting of all the government’s ministers. The non-cabinet members are known as 'back benchers' meet on an ad-hock basis to discuss government business and formally gather in a general meeting with the cabinet between 9 am and 5pm every Monday, Wednesday and Friday so as to interrogate the cabinet, who can be likened to a company's board of directors while the back benchers take the role similar to the interested shareholders and investors at a firm's AGM.

All the elections in the Federal Republic are by the first past the post system and are open to nationals over the age of 17.

The Leader of the House and de-facto prime minister is Federal Conservative’s MP for South Herefordshire, Steven Arnold Wight.

The 8 M.P.s or former M.P.s from common to both timelines are-

  • Tom Watson MP- 'Official' Labour, then Federal Labour after 1998.
  • Dr Richard Taylor- Kidderminster Health Concern.
  • Peter James Luff MP- 'Official ' Conservative, then Federal Conservative from 1998.
  • Lembit Öpik MP- Liberal Democrat (defected in 1996).
  • Peter Law- Blaenau Gwent People's Voice
  • Richard Livsey, Baron Livsey of Talgarth-Liberal Democrat.
  • David Clifford Davies- Blaenau Gwent People's Voice

The Stourbridge and Pedmore questionEdit

The The Stourbridge and Pedmore question of 2002-03 was a political debacle that lead to the popular division of Dudley in to its 4 semi-autonomous provinces. At one point Sedgley had planned to cascade from Dudley and amalgamate it's self in to Seisdon (they were both (as in fact) part of Staffordshire until 1974).

General election results chartsEdit

See- 1997-2035 Federal General election results charts

Today's sitting assemblyEdit

Political party make-up of the Federal General Assembly
   Party Seats Present Assembly (2009-2013)
  Welsh Communist Party 1 -1                                                                                      
  Federal Labour 23 -1                                                                                      
  New Socialist Party 1 0                                                                                      
  Liberal Democrats 10 +3                                                                                      
  Federal Conservatives 21 +5                                                                                      
  Independents 3 -1                                                                                      
  UK Labour 1 -                                                                                      
  Militant Labour 1 -                                                                                      
  Plaid Cymru 2 -                                                                                      
  Green Party of England and Wales 1 +1                                                                                      
  UK Reunionists 2 +2                                                                                      
  Common Good Party 1 -                                                                                      

The latest opinion (ATL) pollsEdit

The latest opinion poll (by Mori/ICM, with a sample of 12,000 people between December 1st-8th, 2011).

Political party make-up of the Federal General Assembly
   Party Seats Future Asembly (2013-2017)
  UK Conservative 4 +4                                                                                      
  Federal Labour 23 0                                                                                        
  New Socialist Party 1 0                                                                                      
  Liberal Democrats 6 -2                                                                                      
  Federal Conservatives 13 -5                                                                                        
  Independents 2 -1                                                                                      
  UK Labour 3 +2                                                                                      
  Militant Labour 1 -                                                                                      
  Kidderminster health concern 1 +1                                                                                      
  Plaid Cymru 2 -                                                                                      
  Green Party of England and Wales 2 +1                                                                                      
  UK Reunionists 2 -                                                                                      
  Liberal 1 +1                                                                                      
  BNP 1 +1                                                                                      
  New Radnor Residents Association 1 1+                                                                                      
  Common Good Party 1 -                                                                                      

The latest opinion poll (by Mori/ICM, with a sample of 11,400 people between February 1st-6th, 2012).

Political party make-up of the Federal General Assembly
   Party Seats Future Asembly (2013-2017)
  UK Conservative 0 -4                                                                                      
  Federal Labour 20 -3                                                                                        
  New Socialist Party 3 +2                                                                                      
  Liberal Democrats 10 +4                                                                                        
  Federal Conservatives 11 -2                                                                                        
  Independents 2 0                                                                                      
  UK Labour 0 -3                                                                                      
  Militant Labour 2 +1                                                                                      
  Kidderminster health concern 2 +1                                                                                      
  Plaid Cymru 3 +1                                                                                      
  Green Party of England and Wales 3 1                                                                                      
  UK Reunionists 2 0                                                                                      
  Liberal 2 +2                                                                                      
  BNP 1 0                                                                                      
  New Radnor Residents Association 1 0                                                                                      
  Common Good Party 2 +1                                                                                      

Also seeEdit

  1. Mercia- UDI 1995

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