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Here you may question the TSR Government and individual ministers on matters of governance.


As of April 2015, the cabinet is as follows:


Prime Minister, First Lord of the Treasury and Minister for the Civil Service
The Rt Hon. Blue Meltwater MP (GRN)

Deputy Prime Minister, Lord President of the Council, Lord Keeper of the Privy Seal, First Secretary of State, Leader of the House of Commons
The Rt Hon. RayApparently MP (LAB)

Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs
The Rt Hon. Aph MP (GRN)

Chancellor of the Exchequer
The Rt Hon. Green_Pink (LIB)

Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain and Secretary of State for Justice
The Rt Hon. The Legal Eagle MP (LAB)

Secretary of State for the Home Department and Paymaster-General
The Rt Hon. Saracen's Fez MP (LAB)

Secretary of State for Devolution
The Rt Hon. James Milibanter MP (GRN)

Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills
The Rt Hon. PetrosAC (LIB)

Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government
The Rt Hon. clh_hilary MP (GRN)

Secretary of State for Defence
The Rt Hon. GoldenEmblem277 MP (LIB)

Secretary of State for Energy, Environment, Food, Rural Affairs and Climate Change
The Rt Hon. Chlorophile MP (GRN)

Secretary of State for Education and Higher Education
The Rt Hon. miser MP (GRN)

Secretary of State for Health
The Rt Hon. Obiejess MP (LAB)

Secretary of State for International Trade and Development
The Rt Hon. toronto353 MP (LIB)

Secretary of State for Work and Pensions
The Rt Hon. Kittiara MP (GRN)

Secretary of State for Constitutional Reform
The Rt Hon. InnerTemple MP (LAB)




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Jean-Luc Picard
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present, ready to answer any questions on local government policy, though some issues I will discuss with other members of the government before making policy statements
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Would the government kindly tell me when I can expect a congratulatory drink and hearty handshake for my part of the £5bn contribution EU citizens bring to the UK.

Also will we the UK join the Euro!
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Will they tell me why they believe they are any more than an online politics club that isn't very good at actual politics?
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Will they tell me why they believe they are any more than an online politics club that isn't very good at actual politics?

Well we're online... and we talk about politics... But I must protest - we're much more like a collection of clubs!
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Well we're online... and we talk about politics... But I must protest - we're much more like a collection of clubs!
You are one club with a bunch of people who split off into teams.
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(Original post by tehFrance)

Also will we the UK join the Euro!
Over my dead body.
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Why are there so many Greens and Liberals?!
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Would the government kindly tell me when I can expect a congratulatory drink and hearty handshake for my part of the £5bn contribution EU citizens bring to the UK.

Also will we the UK join the Euro!
Whilst we definitely value the contribution of immigrants to the British Republic, I can't see us taking the nation in the Eurozone anytime soon!

(Original post by Wissenschaft)
Why are there so many Greens and Liberals?!
The Greens emerged as the largest party at the last election, well ahead of Labour The MHoC uses a for of proportional representation rather than real-life's first past the post system, and as a result the Greens won 13 seats compared to 9 for Labour and 5 for the Liberals, hence why the cabinet's not as Labour-dominated as you'd expect.
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tehFrance
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Over my dead body.
I was asking the Government, thanks.
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Would the government kindly tell me when I can expect a congratulatory drink and hearty handshake for my part of the £5bn contribution EU citizens bring to the UK.

Also will we the UK join the Euro!
You would have to ask the Chancellor about the drink but I can certainly offer the handshake; this is yet another report which overwhelmingly shows how we benefit from immigration, despite the scaremongering and xenophobia you hear elsewhere.

I don't believe there are plans to join the Euro at present.
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You are one club with a bunch of people who split off into teams.
But those teams have a delightful social aspect to them, indeed they have connected social groups. But one club, several - same difference.
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You would have to ask the Chancellor about the drink but I can certainly offer the handshake; this is yet another report which overwhelmingly shows how we benefit from immigration, despite the scaremongering and xenophobia you hear elsewhere.

I don't believe there are plans to join the Euro at present.
Hear! Hear!

Would there be any plans for a future joining of the Euro?
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I'm using the Freedom of Information Act to ask for a breakdown of the budget, in terms of reps, and how government spending compares to private spending.
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Would there be any plans for a future joining of the Euro?
I doubt it. Personally I'm open to the idea, but less eager to join late than I would have been were we discussing joining a new single currency.
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So this is where all the MUN members are....

I want to ask what are the UK's future plans on dealing with ISIL, will you blindly follow Uncle Sam through another costly war? Or is there another strategy at play?
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So this is where all the MUN members are....

I want to ask what are the UK's future plans on dealing with ISIL, will you blindly follow Uncle Sam through another costly war? Or is there another strategy at play?
I would support us following Auntie Ange instead of Uncle Sam to be honest...
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I would support us following Auntie Ange instead of Uncle Sam to be honest...
Where around cousing Fritz?
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Hear! Hear!

Would there be any plans for a future joining of the Euro?
(Original post by O133)
I doubt it. Personally I'm open to the idea, but less eager to join late than I would have been were we discussing joining a new single currency.
I'm also open to the principle, but I don't think it would be in our best economic interests right now.
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Does this Government stand by Israel? If not, why not?

Also would you support the gift of houses to young newly married couples wishing to start a family?
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