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daniel_williams
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Hi Everyone,
at home now and more stable internet connection than uni so things for the next week at least should be running smoothly.

can I please remind people to keep me informed as to when they want things to go to further readings, cessation or voting.



Discussion:


B136 - Expropration Bill


M2 - A motion congratulating the Real Life Labour Government on the NHS

B137 - Housing Market Reform Bill 2009

B138 - Education Reform Bill 2009

M3 - Class Strawman

B139 - Public broadcasting duty fulfilment bill, 2009

B140 - Democratically Elected School Leaders - New

Voting:

V133 - PMB - Organ donor reform Bill

A32 - Ministerial Question Time Abolition


A33 - fairer ordering of parties


Cessation:

B135 - Economic Stimulus Bill - Conservative (4 Days left)


Please can all MP's ensure that they are voting and keep clear enough inboxes to receive PM's

Thanks

Dan

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daniel_williams
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Hi Everyone,

can I please remind people to keep me informed as to when they want things to go to further readings, cessation or voting.



Discussion:


B136 - Expropration Bill


M2 - A motion congratulating the Real Life Labour Government on the NHS

B137 - Housing Market Reform Bill 2009

B138 - Education Reform Bill 2009

M3 - Class Strawman

B139 - Public broadcasting duty fulfilment bill, 2009

B140 - Democratically Elected School Leaders

B141 - Prisons reform Bill 2009 - New

A34 - Constitutional Amendment - Voting - New

Voting:

V133 - PMB - Organ donor reform Bill

A32 - Ministerial Question Time Abolition


A33 - fairer ordering of parties


Cessation:

B135 - Economic Stimulus Bill - Conservative (3 Days left)


Please can all MP's ensure that they are voting and keep clear enough inboxes to receive PM's

Thanks

Dan
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daniel_williams
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Hi Everyone,

There a few things coming towards the end of their first reading, if you don't want it to automatically go to cessation please keep me informed as to what you want doing with your bills. (motions will automatically go to vote after 4 - 6 days depending on amount of activity in the discussion thread, constitutional amendments will also go straight to a vote unless otherwise requested by the submitter)



Discussion:


M2 - A motion congratulating the Real Life Labour Government on the NHS

B137 - Housing Market Reform Bill 2009

B138 - Education Reform Bill 2009

M3 - Class Strawman

B139 - Public broadcasting duty fulfilment bill, 2009

B140 - Democratically Elected School Leaders

B141 - Prisons reform Bill 2009

A34 - Constitutional Amendment - Voting

B142 - Relationship structure Bill 2009 - New

A35 - HM Privy Council - New

Other:

EDM - Condemning dissident republican activity in Northern Ireland - New


Cessation:

B135 - Economic Stimulus Bill - Conservative (2 Days left before being scrapped)

B136 - Expropration Bill - Socialist (7 days left)


Please can all MP's ensure that they are voting and keep clear enough inboxes to receive PM's

Thanks

Dan

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Please clear your inbox
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daniel_williams
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Hi Everyone,

There a few things coming towards the end of their first reading, if you don't want it to automatically go to cessation please keep me informed as to what you want doing with your bills/motions/amendments



Discussion:


M2 - A motion congratulating the Real Life Labour Government on the NHS

B137 - Housing Market Reform Bill 2009

B138 - Education Reform Bill 2009

M3 - Class Strawman

B139 - Public broadcasting duty fulfilment bill, 2009

B140 - Democratically Elected School Leaders

B141 - Prisons reform Bill 2009

A34 - Constitutional Amendment - Voting

B142 - Relationship structure Bill 2009

A35 - HM Privy Council

B143 - Nationalisation of Oxygen Bill - Newish

B144 - Marriage and Cohabitation Equality Bill 2009 - New

Other:

EDM - Condemning dissident republican activity in Northern Ireland

EDM - Congratulating Labour on the 10 year anniversary of the National Minimum Wage - New


Cessation:

B135 - Economic Stimulus Bill - Conservative (1 day remaining before this bill gets scrapped)

B136 - Expropration Bill - Socialist (5 days left)


Please can all MP's ensure that they are voting and keep clear enough inboxes to receive PM's

Thanks

Dan
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daniel_williams
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Hi Everyone

Just a reminder that the time is approaching now where you are going to have to look at the next TSR General Election which will have to be called on the 25th April 2009 if not before. so get writing those manifestos.

also there are a lot of things that are falling to cessation can you please tell me what you want to do with these bills.



Discussion:


B142 - Relationship structure Bill 2009

A35 - HM Privy Council

B144 - Marriage and Cohabitation Equality Bill 2009

A36 - Constitutional Amendment - Constitutional Amendment voting - New

B135 - Economic Stimulus Bill (second Reading) - New


Voting

VM2 - A motion congratulating the Real Life Labour Government on the NHS - New

VM3 - Class Strawman - New

A34 - Constitutional Amendment - General Election Voting - New


Other

EDM - Congratulating Labour on the 10 year anniversary of the National Minimum Wage

EDM - Congratulating the Libertarian Movement
- New



Cessation

B136 - Expropration Bill, Socialist - 2 day remaining

B137 - Housing Market Reform Bill 2009, Libertarian - 7 days remaining

B138 - Education Reform Bill 2009, Lib Dem - Conservative - 7 days remaining

B139 - Public broadcasting duty fulfilment bill, 2009, Anythingbutchardonnay - 7 days remaining

B140 - Democratically Elected School Leaders, Grape190190 - 7 days remaining


Cheers

Dan
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daniel_williams
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Hi Everyone,

Apologies for not being able to get on at the moment and do stuff.. Having slight internet issues at present because my house mate 'forgot' to pay the phone bill and not sure when it'll get re-connected (hopefully in a few days time)

with the recent passing of the constitutional amendment you all get an extra 4 days to work on your manifestos of 250 words! meaning the election has to be called on the 29th April 2009



Discussion:


A36 - Constitutional Amendment - Constitutional Amendment voting

B135 - Economic Stimulus Bill (second Reading)

B145 - Safeguard Against Superinflation Bill

A37 - Constitutional Amendment - Voting Procedures


B137 - Housing Market Reform Bill 2009 (second Reading) - New

B141 - Prisons reform Bill 2009 (Second Reading) - New


B138 - Education Reform Bill 2009 (Second Reading) - New

B146 - Restoration of Prosecution Standards Bill 2009 - New

B144 - Marriage and Cohabitation Equality Bill 2009 (Second Reading) - New



Voting

V139 - Public broadcasting duty fulfilment bill, 2009


A35 - HM Privy Council



Cessation

B140 - Democratically Elected School Leaders, Grape190190 - 2 days remaining

I also need to know what is happening with the conservative Economic Stimulus bill, it is unable to go into cessation for a second time, so please let me know ASAP what you want doing with it.

this goes for anyone else with bills being discussed.


Cheers

Dan
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daniel_williams
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Hi Everyone:



Discussion:


A36 - Constitutional Amendment - Constitutional Amendment voting

B145 - Safeguard Against Superinflation Bill

A37 - Constitutional Amendment - Voting Procedures


B137 - Housing Market Reform Bill 2009 (second Reading)

B141 - Prisons reform Bill 2009 (Second Reading)

B138 - Education Reform Bill 2009 (Second Reading)

B146 - Restoration of Prosecution Standards Bill 2009

B144 - Marriage and Cohabitation Equality Bill 2009 (Second Reading)

B147 - Free Higher Education Bill - New


A35 - HM Privy Council (second Reading) - New


Voting

V139 - Public broadcasting duty fulfilment bill, 2009


V135 - Economic Stimulus Bill
- New



Cessation

B140 - Democratically Elected School Leaders, Grape190190 - 1 days remaining



Cheers

Dan

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daniel_williams
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Hi Everyone:

Just before everything slips into cessation, most of the bills still up for discussion have 2 days left on them so please can the submitters please let me know when they want these to go to vote, to further rounds of reading, send to cessation or to withdraw the bill.

Please also remember the elections are getting ever closer, 250 word manifesto, no secondary manifesto's and if you have any questions about whether material is appropriate/allowed then please run it past me first before you submit or post it. but i assume I'll be calling the election on the 29th which will then mean you have 1 week to submit your manifestos etc...


Discussion:


B145 - Safeguard Against Superinflation Bill

B137 - Housing Market Reform Bill 2009 (second Reading)

B141 - Prisons reform Bill 2009 (Second Reading)

B138 - Education Reform Bill 2009 (Second Reading)

B146 - Restoration of Prosecution Standards Bill 2009

B147 - Free Higher Education Bill

A35 - HM Privy Council (second Reading)

B148 - Drug Patent Reform Bill - New


Voting

V135 - Economic Stimulus Bill

A37 - Voting Procedures - New

A36 - Constitutional Amendment voting - New


V144 - Marriage and Cohabitation Equality Bill 2009 - New


Cheers

Dan

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daniel_williams
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Hi Everyone,

Apologies, been extremely busy the past day and a half, spent most of it swearing at new software and a mysql server but that's another story.

few things slipping into cessation again, please let me know what you want doing with these before it gets too late.


Discussion:


B146 - Restoration of Prosecution Standards Bill 2009

B147 - Free Higher Education Bill

A35 - HM Privy Council (second Reading)

B148 - Drug Patent Reform Bill

A38 - Speaker's Exclamation Mark Uniformity - New


Voting

A37 - Voting Procedures
A36 - Constitutional Amendment voting

V144 - Marriage and Cohabitation Equality Bill 2009


Cessation

B145 - Safeguard Against Superinflation Bill, Bagration - 7 Days Remaining

B137 - Housing Market Reform Bill 2009, Libertarian - 7 Days Remaining

B141 - Prisons reform Bill 2009, Liberal Democrat - 7 Days Remaining

B138 - Education Reform Bill 2009, Liberal Democrat / Conservative - 7 Days Remaining


and just another reminder, I'll be calling the General Election in 2 weeks time so we need to get any last bills through asap so you can focus on campaigning and manifestos etc...

Cheers

Dan
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daniel_williams
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Hi Everyone,

Again apologies for the not being around been very limited with time online, I've pretty much spent the past 3 days solidly slaving away.

but anyway down to business:


Discussion:


B146 - Restoration of Prosecution Standards Bill 2009

B147 - Free Higher Education Bill

A35 - HM Privy Council (second Reading)

B148 - Drug Patent Reform Bill
A38 - Speaker's Exclamation Mark Uniformity


Voting

A37 - Voting Procedures

A36 - Constitutional Amendment voting

V144 - Marriage and Cohabitation Equality Bill 2009

V137 - Housing Market Reform Bill 2009 - New


Other:


EDM - Congratulating the socialist movement
- New


Cessation

B145 - Safeguard Against Superinflation Bill, Bagration - 5 Days Remaining

B141 - Prisons reform Bill 2009, Liberal Democrat - 5 Days Remaining

B138 - Education Reform Bill 2009, Liberal Democrat / Conservative - 5 Days Remaining


Cheers

Dan
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daniel_williams
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Hi Everyone,
I'm sure you've loved the quiet few days that I've not really been about for more than 5 minutes so not flooded your inboxes with my daily PM's

But again I urge any people with questions for the Department of Innovation, Universities and Skills to post them here as this will be going to the real government and they will be making a video response to some of the questions.


Discussion:


A38 - Speaker's Exclamation Mark Uniformity

B146 - Restoration of Prosecution Standards Bill 2009 (second Reading) - New

B149 - Abortion Rights Act 2009
- New



Voting

V141 - Prisons reform Bill 2009 - New

V138 - Education Reform Bill 2009 - New

Cessation

B145 - Safeguard Against Superinflation Bill, Bagration - 1 Day Remaining

B147 - Free Higher Education Bill 2009 - 7 Days Reamining

B148 - Drug Patent Reform Bill - 7 Days Reamining


Cheers

Dan

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daniel_williams
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Hi Everyone,

My manic week of 67 hours on the radio and 24 hours of lectures is now over so hopefully you guys will now be able to get some attention (seeing as I'm calling the General Election in 2 days time)

so with this in mind if there is anything still up for discussion/cessation then please let me know ASAP so it can all go to a vote and be over and done with before the voting part of the General Election commences.


Discussion:

B146 - Restoration of Prosecution Standards Bill 2009 (second Reading)

A39 - The Commons Bar - New


B150 - Unemployment Reduction Bill 2009 - New


Voting:

A38 - Speaker's Exclamation Mark Uniformity - New

V149 - Abortion Rights Act 2009 - New


Cessation:


B147 - Free Higher Education Bill, Socialist - 3 days remaining
B148 - Drug Patent Reform Bill, Labour - 3 days remaining


Cheers

Dan

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daniel_williams
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Hi Everyone,

Sorry you've had no contact from me in days, I've literally been jumping on checking for PM's then buggering off again.

Just a reminder that you've not got long left until your manifestos have to be with me. if you are running for independent I need 2 people to propose and second you.

If you have any questions regarding General election stuff then please don't hesitate to contact me. but until then you've got until midnight on Tuesday to get everything to me.

anyway business:

Discussion:

B150 - Unemployment Reduction Bill 2009


Voting:

A39 - The Commons Bar - New

V146 - Restoration of Prosecution Standards Bill 2009 - New


Cheers

Dan


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daniel_williams
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Hi Guys,

As I'm sure you are aware of the current situation regarding the government in the HoC. the issue has arisen from a lot of constitutional changes regarding the way that coalitions form.

A15 passed and this was added to the constitution:


1. That coalitions may be formed of any number of parties and independents.
2. That failing the creation of a coalition with a clear majority of seats, a vote be held to decide on which party or coalition should form a minority government.
3. That a motion of no confidence in the government may be tabled at any time by any five members of the house.
5. That a motion of no confidence shall not happen within the first four weeks of a parliamentary session, and not less than two weeks after the last motion of no confidence.
4. This vote of no confidence shall have three days of discussion, followed by two days of voting.
5. If the government loses a vote of no confidence, the government falls. The outgoing prime minister may decide either to call another TSR General Election, or another party or coalition may form a government.

this changed the constitution and removed any previous details from it.

we then had A28:

A15 Be repealed and replaced by the following:

The Amendment is this
1. That the Government Vote between the 50 MPs at a General
Election shall be removed, and that No vote shall take place.

2. As normal, Parties will have the right to form coalitions following the election result and seats awarded to each party have been announced, but if no coalitions are formed, Then the Party with the most seats will automatically become the government, with the Party with the second most seats becoming the official opposition.

3. Should two parties finish with the same number of seats, then the party who takes the most votes shall be the government.

4. Should the two parties also tie for votes, then the two parties shall have the option of forming a joint coalition, or head two administration, (Three months in gvt. for each party) OR no government, in lieu of a second election being called within THREE months of the original election.




With this change to the constitution a problem has arisen, this problem is it doesn't specify how many parties can form a coalition. regardless of the decision I am to make there will be a VoNC against me, with 24 people supporting either side (plus 2 independents who I don't know where they will vote)

what ever situation this leaves us in we are going to have issues and likely to be without a speaker and a very unpopular house.

my interpretation of this constitution as it stands where this amendment A28 passed it would indicate that there was the intention to take it back to the old ways. however nothing clearly specifies this, in a real life government it is possible to have more than 2 parties join together to form a coalition government.

I'm going to suspend the session until I can come up with a suitable solution to the situation. I know this is probably the biggest thing to have hit the HoC in a long long time and its not going to be an easy decision to make.

if it comes down to it I will be flipping a coin to decide who is the "government" not that it makes the blindest bit of difference its only a title that allows you dissolve parliament and start the next general election process. the most important thing is that we get things on track and get things going. I'm half tempted to bring back something we got rid of and bring back the vote for a "minority government" to see if we can pick from amongst ourselves who should be the government.

I know everyone is pissed off at the situation but when people put forward constitutional changes, unless specifics are covered there will be more things like this cropping up.


bare with me and I will get back to you asap.

Regards

Dan
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daniel_williams
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Hi Everyone,


welcome to the new session of parliament....

we kick things off with what everyone must be expecting a VoNC in myself as speaker.... Proposed by Matthew_Lowson and Seconded by Afcwimbledon2

anyway that aside apologies for all the ****-ups. exams/degrees are more important that the HoC when it comes down to it. and yes I may have made a few stupid mistakes like the general election poll. though technically that was just a tick in the wrong box when creating the thread. and moving it about or accidentally copying it rather than moving.

anyway down to business:

Discussion:

B152 - Ghurkha Citizenship Bill 2009
- New


A40 - Party formation
- New


A41 - A more British Government - New

A42 - MP Voting
- New


A43 - Coalition Sub-Forums
- New


A44 - Bill Anonymity Amendment
- New


Voting:

V150 - Unemployment Reduction Bill 2009
- New


B148 - Drug Patent Reform Bill
- New


That is all for now, if you have any bills or amendments for me please can you get them to me so I can start listing things in the Hansard.

reading will last usually between 4 and 6 days, then voting takes 4 days on all bills and amendments. please ensure you are active in the HoC and keep clear inboxes so that I can send you messages... If you don't you will be able to read them in " the speakers chamber"

Many thanks

Dan

P.S I'm lacking internet connection at home right now due to my router burning out. I hope to get this sorted ASAP but my on-line activity will be reduced a bit until i think Thursday night.
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daniel_williams
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Hi Guys,

VONC against me has now been withdrawn so we can focus more on other things. I'm still without a router so i'm internet-less at home and will be relying on getting to library/computer rooms around the university over the next few days to deal with all the HoC stuff.

Discussion:


B152 - Ghurkha Citizenship Bill 2009


A40 - Party formation


A41 - A more British Government

A42 - MP Voting


A43 - Coalition Sub-Forums


A44 - Bill Anonymity Amendment


B153 - Renewable Energy Systems
- New


Voting:

V150 - Unemployment Reduction Bill 2009


B148 - Drug Patent Reform Bill (take 2)
New... I posted the wrong version in the division lobby.


Please ensure you are keeping empty mail boxes because you'll receive regular PM's from me.

any new bills for discussion please get to me so they can be listed in the hansard.

I'm going to try and sort out a few issues around the HoC (internet depending) over the next few days. but I'll warn you now i'll be limited activity on Saturday and Monday due to Summer Ball preparations and going home.

Regards

Dan
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daniel_williams
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Hi Everyone,

I'm Now at home unpacked and sorted out. I have to apologise that fir thursday night to sunday morning I had been sorting out summer ball stuff continuously with 2 nights of no sleep and solidly working. I tehn had all day sunday and monday morning packing then arrived home last night slept for 15 hours and then spent the entirey of today sorting everything out. it was more hectic than planned..

anyway first thing is first... Thge HoC is currently in the need of a Barman (deputy speaker). if you wish to put yourself up for this position then you must send me a short manifesto stating why you wish to be the Barman of the house of Commons, this will go to a vote after a few days. if you could get these to me in the next 2 - 3 days it would be greatly appreciated.

Discussion:

B153 - Renewable Energy Systems (Second Reading)

Cessation:

B152 - Ghurkha Citizenship Bill 2009

Voting:

A43 - Coalition Sub-Forums

A44 - Bill Anonymity Amendment

A41 - A more British Government

A42 - MP Voting


A40 - Party Formation



Finally
Spoiler:
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I know its what a lot of people have been calling for or wanting. but its not a case of me giving in to them. I feel over the past months I've pushed and pushed for the osue to work better and better. I find myself having less and less time for the house.

I used to use TSR for social and fun but it turned into a job, with taking on additional moderation i feel I now get no time to enjoy TSR. the speaker role might look like fun and as if its easy but really when you consider jsut to sort out the stuff ive done above its taken about 35 - 40 minutes) not to mention replying to PM's and dealing with other administrative stuff.

I hereby announce my resignation and relinquish the office of Speaker fo The Student Room House of Commons...

its been a long hard decision to make but with the looming holiday I have coming up along with work over the sumemr and knowing for 2 weeks of that I will be abroad with limited internet.

the way the house has turned recently hasn't been good and I've managed to get it up to where it is and have overseen its operations. things have gone down hill and I feel i can no longer commit and give the time.

I value my social life too much to be bogged down by having to spend hours upon hours of my life jsut moving things round. Don't get me wrong I've loved doing it and i'm sorry to have let people down and have the elections cockups and various other things.

this isn't the end of me in the HoC, I will still be lurking about and debating, but it means I'll have more time to compile a proper constitution one that will work. of course I won't be able to submit it but by liasing with the new speaker / barman and the parties of TSR I hope we can get something through that everyone can agree on as being best for the HoC.

as you know I will be staying completely independent and will be able to be asked questions as and when needs be.

I thank you all for having me as your speaker for the past however long and having me prior to that. there is a time that everyone has to move on and I know you can't have me forever... the way things have been recently I could understand why people wanted to get rid of me.


anywya I'll also be accepting people applying for the job of speaker:

job description
Duties:
1. The speaker is responsible for the House of Commons and is responsible for dealing with all post reports within the house
2. The speaker is responsible for the upkeep of the Hansard.
3. The speaker deals with the processing of bill and amendments from mansard through to discussion and then onto voting.
4. Speakers are responsible for posting EDMs (Early Day Motions)
5. The speaker is responsible for keeping track of what stage bills are at and reminding party leaders that they have 48 hours left to submit a second/third reading and checking whether or not a bill is ready to go to voting.
6. The speaker is responsible for accepting and removing MP’s from the MP group
7. The speaker is to enforce the rules of the House of Commons and TSR as a whole
8. The speaker must not show political bias because it will affect their judgement.
9. The speaker must use the group PM facility to inform MP’s of the latest information and what is currently happening within the house.
10. The speaker is responsible for ensuring that a general election is called on time by the current prime minister, if not the speaker will call the general election.
11. When a general election is held the speaker is responsible for creating the thread, moving it to AAM where it will be moved to General discussion and with the aid of the administration team a secret poll will be added with the correct options.
12. The speaker is to ensure that activity is maintained within the house and will deal with MPs and parties that are becoming inactive.
13. The speaker can be responsible for all other forms of elections
14. The speaker can assist wherever is needed within the House Of Commons and can take control of parties if required
15. The speaker is there to assist any person participating in the House of Commons


the election process runs as follows:

Speaker election:

A speaker election will be held when the current speaker steps down or loses in a Vote of No Confidence.

1) A speaker election can take place at any time (though not advisable during times of a General Election
2) The outgoing speaker will oversee the election of a new speaker unless they feel they don’t want to because of a VoNC (in which case a Global moderator or Super Moderator will take over)
3) The election process for a speaker should last no more than 14 days.
• Day 0 – Current speaker announces their departure and asks for Manifestos to be submitted to them
• Day 7 – current speaker will Post the candidates who wish to run in the election for speaker along with Manifestos.
• Day 7 – Candidates for the position are questioned by MP’s and members of the House of Commons
• Day 10 – The speaker/senior member of staff will open a Secret Poll (for MP’s only in the Division Lobby) with the candidates’ names and the option for Re-Open Nominations.
• Day 14 – Results of the speaker election are announced.
4) The person who gets the highest vote will be the new speaker (upon approval of the TSR Administration team). Should the newly elected speaker be rejected by the Administration team Re-Open Nominations will occur, the process is repeated until a new speaker is appointed.
5) Should Re-Open Nominations occur the whole process will begin again until a new speaker is appointed.
6) Speaker manifestos must be no more than 250words and must outline what they want to do with the House of Commons and why they should be elected speaker.

unfortunately My holiday will fall for the entire last wek of this, so I'm going to ask that manifestos are sent to me during my holiday, this means I'm postponing my resignation for a week, that way a new barman will be elected and will have some stability in their position until such a time that have to run things whilst I'm away and manifestos are coming in for a new speaker.

i'm announcing this a week early to ensure that people can decide if they want to be deputy or speaker.

speaker election process will start on Wednesday 10th June 2009.


Best Regards

Dan
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daniel_williams
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HI Everyone,

Just to clear a few things up regarding speaker and barman elections...

You can stand for both positions, the barman will be elected first and I'm wanting applications for this to be in by mid-day on friday. so a barman is elected before I go on holiday

anyone wishing to stand for speaker please do not send me manifestos yet. i won't be accepting them until 10th June when the barman will be taking over for my holiday.

if you wish to stand as barman then re-stand as speaker please feel free to do so. it just means should you get elected you'll have to run a barman election straight away.

any confusion please pm me and i'll try explain things a bit more...

Discussion:

B153 - Renewable Energy Systems (Second Reading)


A45 - Speakership Amendment
- New


Cessation:

B152 - Ghurkha Citizenship Bill 2009

Voting:

A43 - Coalition Sub-Forums

A41 - A more British Government

A42 - MP Voting


A40 - Party Formation


EDM - Thanking the Speaker
- New


Thanks,

Dan
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Hi Everyone,

Apologies for this coming late, there has been a cockup with my minimod/forum assistant/subscriber rights and i'm unable to send group PM's so i've spent about half an hour trying to get this message to all of you.

I'm still awaiting on people sending through their Deputy speaker manifesto's i'm accepting these until mid-day tomorrow (friday) Any that were submitted to Davireland could I please have sent to me by yourselves as well just so i have confirmation you are still interested in running.

Discussion:

http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/showthread.php?t=929066"]
A45 - Speakership Amendment[/URL]

http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/showthread.php?t=930626"]B154 - Transitional Energy Bill 2009[/URL] - New

Cessation:

B152 - Ghurkha Citizenship Bill 2009

Voting:

http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/showthread.php?t=927583"]A43 - Coalition Sub-Forums [/URL]

http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/showthread.php?t=927594"]A41 - A more British Government [/URL]

http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/showthread.php?t=927596"]A42 - MP Voting[/URL]

http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/showthread.php?t=927600"]
A40 - Party Formation[/URL]
http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/showthread.php?t=929070"]
EDM - Thanking the Speaker[/URL]

http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/showthread.php?t=930629"]V153 - Renewable Energy Systems[/URL] - New

Thanks,

Dan

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Hi Everyone,

I Think my rights have been reset so i might be able to send you all pm's again....

The Barman / Deputy Speakership election is taking place HERE, please go along ask questions and cast your vote.


Discussion:


A45 - Speakership Amendment


B154 - Transitional Energy Bill 2009

Cessation:

B152 - Ghurkha Citizenship Bill 2009

Voting:

A43 - Coalition Sub-Forums

A41 - A more British Government

A42 - MP Voting


A40 - Party Formation


EDM - Thanking the Speaker


V153 - Renewable Energy Systems

Thanks,

Dan
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