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The TSR Model House of Commons was established in May 2005. The forum has an interesting and diverse history, which you can explore on this page. For further information on the history of the House, please consult MHoC: History (Elections, Parliaments, Governments) and MHoC: History (Ministers, Cabinets, Privy Council).


Speaker of the House of Commons

The Speaker is the presiding officer of the TSR House of Commons. He is responsible for the day-to-day running of the House and ensures that the constitution is adhered to.

Speakers of the TSR House of Commons

Deputy Speaker of the House of Commons

The Speaker is supported by a Deputy Speaker, who takes on his responsibilities during periods of the Speaker's absence. The position of Deputy Speaker has previously been known as the Barman of the House, although that title is no longer in use.

Deputy Speakers of the TSR House of Commons

Party Histories

TSR Conservative and Unionist Party


The Conservatives are another founding party of the Model House of Commons. The Conservatives have recorded a huge variety of results, failing to contest the Fifth Parliament and thus winning no seats, but averaging approximately 11 seats per Parliament, with a peak of 19 seats in the Ninth Parliament, the highest achieved by any party to date. In the earlier era of the Model House of Commons, the Conservatives were the sole rightwing party and as a result were very successful in forming government against their key rivals at the time the Liberal Democrats, who had to fight for the leftwing vote with Labour and later the Socialists. During the Second Parliament, a small splinter group of Conservatives abandoned the party and formed the Libertarian Party. A series of defections saw the Conservative Party disbanded during the Fourth Parliament as they did not have enough activity, and they returned no seats at the Fifth Parliament General Election.

Reformed under new leadership, they contested the Sixth Parliament General Election and had returned to full strength by the Eighth Parliament, forming a minority government. During the Ninth Parliament, they returned 19 seats, an all time record for any one party. Unfortunately, their coalition offer to the Speaker with the Libertarians had the same amount of seats, but less votes, than the Liberal Democrat-Socialist-Labour coalition offer. The Conservatives caused a constitutional crisis by refusing to accept the legitimacy of the Liberal Democrat-Socialist-Labour coalition offer on the grounds the constitution didn't specify whether a three party coalition was acceptable or not. The result was a null government for that term. Unfortunately for the Conservatives, the size of the party lead to a schism and another splinter group left the party, forming the Patriotic Conservative Party. The Conservatives went on to lose 9 seats at the Tenth Parliament General Election, but entered government as a coalition partner in a Liberal Democrat-Conservative-Centre Party government.

In the Eleventh Parliament, the Conservatives managed to reconcile the differences between themselves, the Patriotic Conservatives (now called TSR UKIP), and the Libertarians, allowing them to form a coalition government. This successful partnership continued into the Twelfth Parliament, although TSR UKIP was not present for the second term. The thirteenth Parliament marked the end of Conservative dominance within the House and Labour served as leading partners in the next 2 governments including a rainbow coalition which included UKIP. The Conservatives in the 14th parliament underwent a period of internal restructuring with the replacement of 2 leaders however after winning a by-election they then launched a vote of no confidence against the incumbent Labour party who had seen its coalition with the Liberal Democrats collapse due to inactivity, Labour avoided the resulting vote of no confidence which had cross party support and called a general election. Despite being the largest party following the general election the Labour Party found no support for their continued governance and this allowed the Conservatives to form a minority coalition with TSR UKIP and the Independent JPKC. The latter however was forced to resign after the Ad Hoc scandal, and this government would turn out to be the most active government in MHoC history. In the Sixteenth Parliament, they won 7 seats, the worst for any contested election and formed the Official Opposition however following the next general election they returned to government in the 17th parliament as part of a union of the right, a Conservative-UKIP-Libertarian coalition. They were in opposition for a long period starting from the 18th parliament. This ended in the 23rd parliament when, under Life_peer's leadership, they formed a coalition with the TSR Liberal Party. This coalition was, however, plagued by inactivity and internal disputes, and the party returned to opposition under mobbsy91 in the 24th parliament, during which the party suffered from several public episodes of infighting. It has been in opposition since.

Leadership Positions


Conservative leaders who also served as Prime Minister are highlighted in their party colour.

Leader Tenure
Beekeeper April 2005 - September 2005
Vienna September 2005 - May 2006
Bismark May 2006 - September 2006
SolInvictus September 2006 - January 2007
Party Closed Down January 2007 - June 2007
Deej2 June 2007 - February 2008
Unioflife February 2008 - December 2008
Daveireland December 2008 - October 2009
Bagration October 2009 - March 2010
L i b March 2010 - December 2010
Nothos December 2010 - February 2011
Indievertigo February 2011 - November 2011
Orange Stu November 2011 - February 2012
Rakas21 February 2012 - October 2013
Qwertish October 2013 - October 2014
Cryptographic November 2014 - February 2015
Life_peer February 2015 - October 2016
mobbsy91 October 2016 - present

Deputy Leader

Conservative Deputy Leaders who also served as Leader are highlighted in their party colour.

Leader Tenure
UniofLife Unknown – February 2008
Daveireland February 2008 – December 2008
BruceTaylor (Nothos) December 2008 – January 2009
Matthew_Lowson January 2009 – August 2009
tucker672 August 2009 – March 2010
adamrules247 March 2010 – April 2010
Indievertigo April 2010 – December 2010
cambo211 December 2010 – September 2011
OrangeStu September 2011 – November 2011
bun November 2011 – March 2012
Jarred March 2012 – February 2013
Rhadamanthus February 2013 – October 2013
bun October 2013 – July 2014
Jarred August 2014 – October 2014
Life_peer November 2014 – February 2015
The Financier February 2015 – July 2015
mobbsy91 July 2015 – October 2016
jamestg November 2016 - December 2016
Adam9317 December 2016- January 2017
CoffeeGeek January 2017- Present


The Conservative Chairman is a position implemented in October 2012. It has since been implemented by some other parties. Conservative Party Chairmans that have served as Deputy Leader are in bold and italics, and Conservative Party Chairmen that have served as Party Leader are highlighted in their Party colour.

The position of Chairman was abolished in May 2016. This position is currently not being used.

Leader Tenure
bun March 2012 - October 2013
Life_peer October 2013 - August 2014
tehFrance August 2014 - March 2015
bun March 2015 - May 2016

TSR Green Party


The TSR Green Party was originally founded for the 2005 election and contested the elections for the first three TSR Parliaments, steadily winning at least 5% of the votes and coming fifth behind the Liberal Democrats, Labour, Conservatives, and the Loonies on all occasions.


Leaders who have also severed as Prime Minister hare highlighted in party colour

Leader Tenure
Norfolkadam September 2012 - December 2012
CLS94 December 2012 - February 2013
miser February 2013 - September 2013
Cheese Monster September 2013 - April 2014
Superunknown17 April 2014 - February 2015
Blue Meltwater* February 2015 - July 2015
Kittiara* June 2015 - October 2015
Andy98 October 2015 - present

(* Note, the tenures of Blue Meltwater and Kittiara overlap because in June 2015 in internal party vote returned them as having equal support and a subsequent vote allowed them to be dual leaders. There was no deputy leader at this time)

Deputy Leaders


TSR Labour Party


The Labour Party were one of the founding parties of the Model House of Commons (MHoC). In earlier eras, Labour tended to be a smaller party than it is today and faced strong opposition from the more popular Liberal Democrats and the Socialist Party. Nevertheless, it has always had at least seven seats in the parliament; and, with recent peaks of fifteen seats, it has leapfrogged its rivals to become the dominant party of the TSR Left.

The leadership structure consists of a Leader, Deputy Leader, and Chair and the roles are currently filled by Saracen's Fez, aidenj and Dafios9128 respectively. They first featured in government as the coalition partner to the Monster Raving Loony Party during the Fifth Parliament, largely helped by the failure of the Conservatives to contest the election and the antipathy of the Monster Raving Loony Party towards the Liberal Democrats. These roles were reversed during the Sixth Parliament when Labour for the first time emerged as the largest party, and formed a Labour-Monster Raving Loony Party government, with Randdom becoming Labour's first Prime Minister. Now an accepted party of government, Labour became a coalition partner to the Liberal Democrats in the Seventh Parliament, but left office in the Eighth Parliament due to the rise of the Socialists, who for the first time became the largest leftwing party and by refusing to countenance a coalition allowed the Conservatives to form a minority government.


- Labour remained the smallest leftwing party during the Ninth Parliament, but attempted to launch a coalition offer with the Liberal Democrats and Socialists which was rebuffed by the Conservatives during the constitutional crisis. During the Tenth Parliament, Labour managed to reassert itself as the secondary leftwing party after the Liberal Democrats, defeating the Socialists convincingly and retaining a narrow lead over them into the Eleventh Parliament. This put them in prime position to pick up the leftwing vote following the electoral collapse of the Liberal Democrats in Parliaments Twelve onwards.


- In recent years, Labour have been much more successful, and arguably have been the most dominant party in the House since the Thirteenth Parliament, uniting much of the leftwing vote and placing as the largest party in five consecutive elections, an unmatched record. They have been the main party of government in every Parliament since the Thirteenth, with the exception of the Fifteenth and Seventeeth, both where poor activity forced them into opposition despite having a plurality of seats.


- In the Thirteenth and Fourteenth Parliaments Labour's main coalition partner was the Liberal Democrats, but a leftwards shift in the Labour Party saw them form a coalition with the Independent Addzter and the Socialist Party for the Sixteenth Parliament. The Labour Party was in opposition for the Eighteenth Parliament in a coalition with the Greens, having missed out on Government despite again gaining the most votes in the election after the Liberals dropped out of the agreement at the eleventh hour to instead work with the Conservatives and UKIP.


- However, the Labour Party succeeded in gaining control of the Nineteenth Parliament, through a coalition between themselves, the Socialists and the Greens. That Bearded Man led a pan-left coalition whose greatest achievement was abolishing the monarchy. In the Twentieth Parliament Labour lost seats, making them the second party in a "traffic-light coalition" with the Greens and Liberals. This was the first Government to be headed by a Green Prime Minister.


- In the Twenty-first Parliament, Labour, after obtaining its highest ever number of seats in the general election. formed a coalition with the Liberals which collapsed in July 2015 due to infighting, leading to the formation of a minority Labour government which was swiftly VoNCed, leaving Labour in opposition until the successor coalition's collapse let to government and opposition being suspended for the remainder of term.


- After the October 2015 general election they went into coalition with the Liberals once again, an arrangement which endured until the end of the Twenty-second Parliament. In April 2016 Labour became the second-largest party in the MHoC, choosing not to seek to go into coalition and instead forming the Official Opposition. Following this, Labour won a total of 17 seats in the October 2016 election, their highest ever total, and spent the parliament which followed in a tranquil and relatively uneventful coalition with the TSR Socialist Party.

Party Leadership


Labour leaders who also served as Prime Minister at some point during their tenure are highlighted in their party colour.

Leader Tenure
MC April 2005
xx_ambellina_xx April 2005 - January 2006
Roger Kirk January 2006 – January 2007
Randdom January 2007 – June 2008
Jangrafess June 2008 – August 2008
Nightowl August 2008 – November 2008
Metrobeans November 2008 – October 2009
Cardozo October 2009 – February 2011
paddy_power February 2011 – May 2011
DayneD89 May 2011 – February 2012
Mechie February 2012 – August 2013
Saoirse:3 August 2013 – April 2014
That Bearded Man April 2014 – September 2014
RayApparently September 2014 – November 2015
Saracen's Fez November 2015 – May 2016
Quamquam123 May 2016 - June 2016
RayApparently June 2016 – July 2017
Saracen's Fez July 2017 – present

Deputy Leader

Deputy Leaders who also served as Leader at some point are highlighted in their party colour.

Deputy Leader Tenure
BananaManUK June 2005 – January 2006
Roger Kirk January 2006
martynwilliams January 2006 – January 2007
Nightowl January 2007 – February 2007
brimstone February 2007 – January 2008
Jangrafess January 2008 – April 2008
Nightowl April 2008 – August 2008
sohanshah August 2008 – November 2009
Adorno December 2009 – December 2010
Thunder and Jazz December 2010 – June 2011
sandys1000 June 2011 – April 2012
TopHat April 2012 – July 2013
RoryS July 2013 – February 2014
That Bearded Man February 2014 – April 2014
RayApparently April 2014 – September 2014
The Legal Eagle October 2014 – July 2015
junaidk7 July 2015 – December 2015
United1892 December 2015 – April 2016
Kay_Winters April 2016 – June 2017
Obiejess June 2017 – October 2017
TheDefiniteArticle October 2017 – December 2017
aidenj December 2017 – present


In July 2013, the position of Party Chair was introduced. Chairs who also served as Leader at some point are highlighted in their party colour.

Chair Tenure
StatusRed July 2013 – April 2014
Mechie April 2014 – September 2014
Saracen's Fez October 2014 – November 2015
Saoirse:3 December 2015 – January 2016
cranbrook_aspie January 2016 – May 2016
DanE1998 May 2016 – September 2016
Quamquam123 September 2016 – April 2017
Saracen's Fez April 2017 – July 2017
TheDefiniteArticle July 2017 – October 2017
Obiejess October 2017 – February 2018
Dafios9128 February 2018 – present

TSR Liberal Party


The TSR Liberal Party stands for social progression, protecting individual liberty and promoting fiscal responsibility. We want to balance the best of Left and Right and stand as the only centrist force in TSR politics
The party has existed since the creation of TSR’s HOC, and it has a proud record of passing popular, practical and progressive legislation. The current leader is Afcwimbledon2.

The party has often been the largest party in the HOC, and was the first party in government following the formation of the HOC in May 2005. The party received the most votes and seats in the second, seventh, tenth and eleventh general elections, and were the largest government party in the fifth, seventh and tenth Parliaments. The party has also served as a junior coalition partner in the thirteenth, fourteenth, eighteenth, twentieth, twenty first Parliaments (both of them) and now the twenty-second parliament.

In March 2013, the TSR Liberal Party changed its name from the TSR Liberal Democrats, and continues to serve as an active voice in the House of Commons.

Achievements and Legislation

The TSR Liberal Party has a strong record of legislation since the creation of 2005. Below is a guide to some of our recent notable achievements

We have:
•Improved the fairness of copyright laws
•Reformed organ donation
•Reformed the use of antibiotics in agriculture
•Reformed blood donation
•Legalised open-air cremations
•Moved to end the charging of VAT on feminine sexual hygiene products
•Separated church and state
•Protected citizens from archaic legislation
•Updated UK laws on internet protection
•Introduced new laws against cybercrime
•Allowed humanists to have their marriages recognised
•Helped introduce standards for rented accomadation
•And many more!

Leaders of the TSR Liberal Party

Liberal Party leaders who also served as Prime Minister are highlighted in their party colour.

Leader Tenure
2 + 2 = 5 May 2005 - January 2006
Daragh January 2006 - March 2006
NDGAARONDI March 2006 – May 2006
RobbieC May 2006 – October 2006
Teehar October 2006 – April 2007
NDGAARONDI April 2007 – December 2007
Eru Iluvatar December 2007 – July 2008
Budgie July 2008 – October 2008
veggie4life November 2008 – January 2009
DayneD89 January 2009 – June 2009
Eru Iluvatar June 2009 – December 2009
Thunder and Jazz December 2009 – February 2010
Afcwimbledon2 February 2010 – May 2010
Matthew_Lowson May 2010 – August 2010
Student2806 September 2010 – September 2011
Wilzman September 2011 – January 2012
Morgsie February 2012 - June 2012
Thunder_Chunky June 2012 - October 2012
Birchington October 2012 - June 2014
MacDaddi June 2014 - March 2015
Airmed April 2015 - August 2015
Jarred August 2015 - December 2015
PetrosAC December 2015 - April 2017
Paracosm April 2017 - August 2017
Afcwimbledon2 August 2017 - Present

Deputy Leaders of the TSR Liberal Party

Deputy Leader Tenure
Lefty Leo January 2010 - March 2010
Thunder_Chunky March 2010 - May 2011
elli_emc May 2011 - November 2011
Morgsie November 2011 - February 2012
Birchington February 2012 - October 2012
jsb123 October 2012 - April 2013
Diety April 2013 - September 2013
Mazzini September 2013 - December 2013
Will95206 December 2013 - July 2014
Green_Pink August 2014 - August 2015
PetrosAC September 2015 - December 2015
Airmed January 2016 - present

Chair of the TSR Liberal Party

Chairperson Tenure
MacDaddi February 2014 - June 2014
Birchington June 2014 - December 2014
Birkenhead December 2014 - April 2015
PetrosAC April 2015 - September 2015
itsdancross October 2015 - November 2015
JoeL1994 November 2015 - March 2016
thehistorybore March 2016 - Present

TSR Socialist Party


The Socialist Party formed towards the end of the Third Parliament in order to promote socialist ideals within the Model House of Commons. They are historically the most successful party outside of the "Big Three" (Conservative, Labour and Liberal Democrat), and have averaged approximately 6 seats an election since their foundation, never passing below 4 seats and with a peak of 11 in the Eighth Parliament. Immediately after forming, they were strongly successful by third party standards. Having been created just as the original Green Party and Respect Party had disbanded, they picked up this now uncontested niche of the political market, and then took some support from Labour.

There was a great change in fortune following the shift by Labour towards the centre in the Eighth Parliament. The result was that instead of Labour and the Socialists dividing the left-wing vote and the Liberal Democrats having the unchallenged pick of the centre-left vote, Labour and the Liberal Democrats divided the centre-left vote and the Socialists took the left-wing vote essentially unchallenged. The Socialists picked up 11 seats, an all-time high for their party, and formed Her Majesty's Most Loyal Opposition - for the first time - against a minority Conservative government. This title was somewhat ironic given the Socialist policy of disestablishment of the monarchy.

For the Ninth Parliament's General Election, Labour moved leftwards to reclaim their lost vote. Whilst the Socialists defeated Labour by a narrow margin, it was the Liberal Democrats who became the largest centre-left party. In the same Parliament, the Conservatives picked up 19 seats having benefitted from from the popularity of the real-life Conservative Party and the fact that the right was divided to a lesser extent than the left. Seeking to oppose this, the Liberal Democrats proposed a Liberal Democrat-Socialist-Labour coalition. This triggered the constitutional crisis that left the Ninth Parliament without government, as the Conservatives disputed the legitimacy of a three party coalition offer.

Following the Ninth Parliament, the Socialist Party began to lose seats and saw defections to the Labour Party. By the Twelfth Parliament, the Socialists had recorded an all-time low at the time of 4 seats. The Socialists began to recover, however, recording a gradual increase in seats through Parliaments Thirteen to Fifteen, and after JPKC began to caucus with them in the Fifteenth Parliament they reached 8 seats, their second-highest. This ascendancy was briefly halted when, in the Sixteenth Parliament, the Green Party re-formed, further dividing the furthest left end of the electorate. When the Socialists extended a coalition offer to the Labour Party at the start of the Sixteenth Parliament, the Labour Party, having moved leftwards in the previous term, accepted, and together they formed a Labour-Addzter-Socialist coalition. The Socialist Party followed this up with a one seat gain to six seats in the Seventeenth Parliament and formed the first ever coalition of opposition with the Green party. However in the early election for the Eighteenth Parliament the Socialists performed less well, raking in only four seats and 7.71% vote share.

In the Nineteenth Parliament, the Socialists have become members of a three-way coalition between themselves, Labour and the Green Party.

Fast forwarding to the Twenty-First and Twenty-Second Parliaments, the Socialists suffered their biggest defeats to date, winning only 3 seats, after a term of producing no legislation at all; this continued in the Twenty-Second Parliament with them winning only two seats.

However, these defeats woke up the party, and following a large influx of members around the time of the General Election, new recruits TheDefiniteArticle and DMcGovern formed the representation in the MHoC and finished the parliamentary term with one of the most productive Parliaments in terms of legislation, as well as holding senior roles in the MHoC: the MP DMcGovern becoming both Commissar for External Affairs and Chair of the somewhat controversial Crisis Committee. TheDefiniteArticle became Deputy Commissar shortly afterwards and new recruit Mactotaur became Commissar for Internal Affairs.

As of the Twenty-Third Parliament, the Socialist Party has bounced back by winning five seats in the MHoC, which in part led to the Labour Party's defeat by a single vote by the Conservatives, who now form the Tory-Lib-Nat Lib coalition government.

Party Structure

Commissar for External Affairs (CE)

In June 2014 the title of First Commissar (Commissar of Recruitment and External Affairs) was replaced with the title of Commissar for External Affairs.

  • Herbal Bug (August 2008 - November 2008)
  • ukebert (November 2008 -January 2009)
  • Alasdair (January 2009 - November 2009)
  • Nothos (November 2009 - March 2010)
  • iwilson (March 2010 - August 2010)
  • SciFiBoy (September 2010 - December 2010)
  • Stricof (December 2010 - April 2012)
  • Abiraleft (April 2012 - October 2012)
  • Faland (October 2012 - September 2013)
  • Republic1 (September 2013 - May 2015)
  • Stiff Little Fingers (May 2015 - January 2016)
  • DMcGovern (January 2016 - Present)

Commissar for Internal Affairs (CI)

In June 2014 the title of Second Commissar (Commissar of Legislative Affairs) was replaced with the title of Commissar for Internal Affairs.

  • Grape190190 (August 2008-February 2009)
  • Jangrafess (February 2009-November 2009)
  • Jace Falco (November 2009 - March 2010)
  • Stricof (March 2010 - August 2010)
  • xXedixXx [now StatusRed] (September 2010 - March 2011)
  • badger-man (April 2011 - October 2012)
  • PoGoHoPz (October 2012 - April 2013)
  • Still Little Fingers (April 2013 - September 2013)
  • Faland (September 2013 - April 2014)
  • O133 [now Saracen's Fez] (April 2014 - September 2014)
  • Black Hippy (October 2014 - May 2015)
  • DaveSmith99 (May 2015 - May 2016)
  • Mactotaur (April 2016 - September 2016)
  • cranbrook_aspie(September 2016-Present)

Deputy Commissar (DC)

In June 2014 the title of Deputy First Commissar was replaced with the title of Deputy Commissar, with the role now backing up both new positions of CE and CI.

  • paperclip
  • DayneD89
  • Abiraleft
  • Stricof
  • SciFiRory
  • Saoirse:3
  • nixonsjellybeans (September 2013 - May 2015)
  • KevK92 (May 2015 - May 2016)
  • TheDefiniteArticle (May 2016 - September 2016)
  • cBay (September 2016-December 2016)
  • Mactotaur (December 2016-Present)

Third Commissar (C3)

The former position of Third Commissar (Commissar for Party Discipline) is now defunct.

  • ukebert (August 2008 - October 2008)
  • Jace Falco (November 2008 - March 2009)
  • paperclip (March 2009 - November 2009)
  • Vienna Cannon (November 2009 - March 2010)
  • Abiraleft (March 2010 - November 2010)
  • Olivia_Lightbulb (December 2010 - November 2011)
  • nixonsjellybeans (April 2013 - September 2013)

Legislation Proposed

The Socialist Party has:

  • Campaigned for the disestablishment of the Church of England
  • Campaigned for a fairer system of Corporation Tax
  • Campaigned for the formation of the British Republic
  • Campaigned for the right to be treated as human beings irrespective of sexuality
  • Campaigned for recognition of the horrors of the Holocaust
  • Campaigned for greater cooperation within Europe
  • Campaigned for a cleaner environment
  • Campaigned for less pre-charge detention
  • Campaigned for the protection of vulnerable young people
  • Campaigned for the secularisation of schools
  • Campaigned against private healthcare
  • Campaigned for free school meals
  • Campaigned for a United Ireland free from British rule
  • Campaigned for more powers granted to devolved bodies
  • Campaigned for and succeeded in removing all hereditary peers from the House of Lords



TSR UKIP participated in the first TSR General Election in 2005. A relaunch of TSR UKIP took place in 2010 on a change of name by the TSR Patriotic Conservative Party founded a year earlier. Despite initially being the smallest party in terms of both MPs and members, TSR UKIP in recent times has been one the most active party with the highest output of legislation when measured per capita, and when measured as a figure. UKIP members are the most active members in the MHoC with the party maintaining the highest voting record.

Select Manifesto Policies

Defence and Foreign Affairs:

  • 3% of GDP on defence spending
  • Most powerful military in Europe
  • Maintain global military capabilities by expanding overseas bases, and investing in the navy.
  • Cut foreign aid
  • More links with the Commonwealth
  • Points system for all immigration

Energy and Environment:

  • 12-mile limit for UK fisherman only
  • Introduce UK-controlled fishing permits for foreign fisherman
  • Scrap Climate Change Act 2008
  • Promote building on brownfield sites
  • No to building on green field sites

Crime, Justice, Government, and Culture:

  • Deport foreign criminals
  • Remove illegal immigrants
  • Promote assimilation

Economy and Business:

  • Lower taxes for all
  • End VAT on construction
  • End child benefit
  • Lower benefit cap
  • Lower business rates for SMEs


Deputy Leader


  • Unown Uzer (December 2016)
  • Hazzer1998 ( July 2016 - November 2016 )
  • Nebelbon (May 2016 - June 2016)
  • Unown Uzer (October 2015 - April 2016)
  • Nigel Farage MEP (December 2014 - September 2015)
  • Nebelbon (August 2014- November 2014)
  • adam9317 (June 2014- July 2014)
  • nebelbon (May 2014 - June 2014)
  • Afcwimbledon2 (October 2013 - April 2014)
  • Life_peer (December 2010 - October 2013)
  • lotpp (June 2010 - November 2010)
  • Don Scott (May 2010 - June 2010)
  • Chiggy321 (April 2010 - May 2010)
  • bun (February 2010 - April 2010)
  • Seven_Three (October 2009 - February 2010)


  • Held a referendum on continued membership of the EU.
  • Reintroduced grammar schools.
  • Secured £50bn defence budget.
  • Blocked immigrants being admitted entry to Britain from Calais.
  • Replaced the Barnet Formula with a proportional formula.
  • Replaced pensions with a cheaper, minimum income system for all pensioners.
  • Moved to introduce an Australian-style points system for all immigrants.
  • Moved to cut international aid.
  • Moved to replace Trident.
  • Moved to dilute the power of the EU by altering the importance of its laws, and removing the ability of its courts to overrule British courts.
  • Banned male circumcision on males under 16.

TSR Libertarian Party


The Libertarian Party of TSR was founded in 2006 to promote Libertarianism, based on the following principle: "That each and every adult is the sole and sovereign owner of their life and legitimately acquired property and so therefore people should have the freedom to live in whatever manner they desire, so long as they do not infringe upon the freedom of others to do the same".

The party contributed a considerable number of bills and motions, and also served as a junior government coalition partner during the 6th, 7th and 17th Parliaments.

Following prolonged inactivity, an internal vote in April 2015 approved the full closure of the Libertarian Party. This was subsequently announced to the House by the Speaker.

ByronicHero then proposed the reformation in January 2017, which was accepted by the speaker at the time, adam9317. The party's formation was highly controversial, with many people holding that the Speaker had acted unconstitutionally. The Conservatives were particularly strongly opposed to the Libertarians' formation, with many refusing outright to accept the party's existence for several months. This resulted in lasting animosity between the two parties, with many Libertarians referring to the Conservatives as 'fake Tories'. The party's active membership is primarily composed of ex-members of the Liberal Party, though ex-Labourite _gcx was also a founding member, and fleky6910 defected from the Conservatives in May 2017, swiftly rising to become Deputy Leader in the same month. The TSR Libertarian Party has been in opposition since its reformation.

Notable Policies

  • Lowered the voting age to 16
  • Reformed the tax system - taxing land instead of income and abolishing NI.
  • Legalised drugs
  • Decriminalised brothels and prostitution
  • Legalised euthanasia and controlled its application
  • Opposed banning of private schools
  • Simplified the welfare system, making it fair for all
  • Stopped repressive acts telling companies when they can and cannot trade


Deputy Leaders


Deleted Parties

The Model House of Commons has seen a variety of parties since its formation. Some have since been deleted, usually due to inactivity and a terminal decline in membership.


The BNP ran in the first few TSR Elections. However, over time many of their members were banned from TSR for serious rule breaking and their activity dropped. The party was eventually deleted due to inactivity. Although there have been attempts since then to reform the BNP, these have not only struggled to achieve the required numbers but also been met with opposition by many other MHoC members, making such an event unlikely.


  • Miles (May 2005 - January 2006)

TSR Monster Raving Loony Party

  • The MRLP took part in all the early TSR HoC elections, often being the strongest party. They have since been dissolved and did not stand in the May 2009 General Election. Fleky6910 attempted to relaunch the party in April 2017, but the request was rejected by the speaker,PetrosAC for unspecified reasons.


Deputy Leaders

TSR Respect

RESPECT were around during most of 2006 but have since become inactive and have been deleted.


  • Kayz (May 2005 - June 2006)

TSR Scottish Nationalist Party

The TSR Scottish Nationalist Party ran in the First Election for TSR Parliament, but failed to win any seats. They slowly became inactive and therefore got deleted.

TSR Centre Party


Founded in mid 2009 by Drogue and others including independent MP Kolya in the hope of bridging the chasm between the left and the right, the Centre Party went on to produce some of the most successful bills in the term winning over both political dimensions. At their first election in November 2009, they managed to win 4 MP seats in Parliament, missing out on 5 by a single vote. Subsequent elections have resulted in the party winning around 4/5 MPs. Drogue resigned as leader in mid 2010 and Smack replaced him. In mid 2011, Smack resigned, and was replaced by cab12 and jsb123 in joint leadership.,

After the April 2011 election, the Centre Party entered into a coalition with Labour, TSR UKIP and the Lib Dems. After leaving government following the Autumn 2011 election, the party became inactive and was deleted.


  • Koyla (June 2009 - January 2010)
  • Drogue (January 2010- May 2010)
  • Smack (May 2010 - September 2011)
  • cab12 (September 2011 - December 2011)
  • jsb123 (Joint leader with cab12 from October 2011 - December 2011)

Deputy Leader

  • "MO" (June 2009 - January 2010)
  • Drogue (January 2010 - January 2010) (9 days spent as leader)
  • Seba_Nile (April 2011 - December 2011)

(Note that all dates are approximate and based on the Centre Party Question thread and election results).

Independents (MPs not affiliated to Parties)

There have been 14 Independent candidates, a group of Independents running together, and 11 individual Independent MPs in the history of TSR Parliament.


Carl surfaced during the first Parliament and successfully ran as an Independent in the second, third, fourth and fifth elections. He did not come forward to run in the sixth General Election.


Daniel_Williams ran as an independent MP between his tenures as Speaker for the House of Commons, though this seat wasn't held for long due to his appointment as Deputy Speaker when Alasdair's activity ended due to personal issues. He was subsequently re-elected as Speaker in August 2008.


Kolya ran as an independent in the 9th TSR General election, winning a seat. Kolya was also a member of the TSR Centre Party, prior to it's closure.


01kij114 ran as an independent in the 9th and 10th TSR General Election, winning a seat in both.


William1986 ran in the second TSR election. He failed to achieve the required 2% of the votes to win a seat.


Birchington had 2 unsuccessful attempts at being elected as an independent MP. His first attempt was in the 7th General Election, and the second was in the 8th, where he missed out on a seat by two votes. On both occasions, he failed to reach 2% of the vote.

He was subsequently elected in May 2009 as a Liberal MP, serving until October 2010. He rejoined the House in October 2011, and went on to lead the TSR Liberal Party.

Birchington was subsequently elected Speaker in March 2015.


Matthew_Lowson was a independent, having been Deputy Leader of the Tories before being voted out and eventually leaving the party. He ran for the first time as an Independent in the 10th TSR General Election, in which he failed to gain a seat, before joining the TSR Liberal Democrats and gaining a seat there. Subsequently he was elected Leader shortly into the 11th Parliament, and thus with the Liberal Democrats as the senior government party, Prime Minister. After resigning as prime minister in the wake of a coalition collapse in August 2010 he resigned as Liberal Democrat leader and subsequently rejoined TSR UKIP. Following April 2012's election he was elected as MP for TSR UKIP and served as Secretary of State for Constitutional Reform from April to June 2012 before standing down as an MP and remaining UKIP Constitutional spokesman. He left the party in July 2014 and currently remains involved in the Model House of Commons as an Independent.


Ex-TSR Labour Party leader Jangrafess ran for an independent seat in the 11th TSR General Election. He won it and got enough votes to make him the 5th largest party - if he was one. Jangrafess did not run for re-election in the 12th TSR General Election.


Ex-TSR Liberal Democrat deputy leader RobbieC ran for an independent seat in the 11th TSR General Election. He gained that seat, but he did not return in the 12th TSR General Election.


Deputy Speaker TheCrackInTime ran as an independent in the 14th TSR General Election. He received 39 votes (8.16% - just over 4 times more than the required 2%) and was duly elected. He decided not to run for a second term in the following general election and was an MP for the TSR Libertarian Party.


Barnetlad stood in the Fifteenth TSR General Election, gaining 4.1% of the vote and a seat in the House. He attempted to recreate the Monster Raving Loony Party.


After standing for TSR Labour in the March 2012 By-Election, JPKC left Labour to run as an independent in the April General Election, gaining 2.4% of the vote and a seat in the House. He joined the Tory-TSR UKIP Coalition before being forced out in a press-related scandal, later joining the TSR Socialist Party in May, raising their MP count to 8. He was banned from the House (and the Socialist Party) after it was discovered that he held a dupe account in the Liberal Democrat Party under the alias of Ysolt, temporarily holding two MP seats. However, he was re-instated at the end of that term, going on to re-gain his MP seat and become C1 of the Socialist Party, leading them into a highly successful coalition Government with Labour and the first ever opposition coalition with the Greens.

In June 2014 Faland (JPKC) was elected Speaker. A VoNC was called in him less than 200 seconds into his tenure.


Addzter contested the fourteenth TSR General Election as an independent and he was elected with the second highest number of votes.


He contested the 24th TSR General Election as an independent, but got zero votes, and was lated banned for being a dupe of a former labour member.

Jammy Duel

He left the Conservative Party at the end of the 23rd parliament, and ran as an independent in the 24th General Election, where he won a seat, with enough votes for two. Jammy Duel ran as an independent again in the 25th General Election but lost out, a lot of independents joined him in this election.

Miscellaneous History


The House of Commons is no stranger to scandal. Some of the past controversies and hot topics include:

  • The attempted creation of the 'Liberal Al-Qaeda' party and the subsequent Vote of No Confidence in the Speaker, which failed.
  • The 'Ask a Tory' thread, created by the leader of the Socialist Party after the Conservative Party refused to start one of their own. The thread was subsequently closed.
  • The Vote of No Confidence in Alasdair's speakership, which failed. Issues raised were the conduct of the election, allegations of bias and lack of activity.
  • In late 2008, a Conservative member was found by the Conservatives to have created a dupe to spy on the Socialist Party. It was subsequently discovered that dupes from his IP address had been members of the Liberal Democrat and Labour parties as well. He was ejected from the Conservative Party and attempted to start a TSR UKIP shortly afterwards (following these failed creations, he apparently changed his ways and tried to settle down with the Liberal Democrats, though left for differences in economic policy). In the Autumn of 2009, the TSR Conservative Party then reaccepted him as a member (albeit under a different name) and subsequently made him an MP.
  • In November of 2008, the mods stickied an announcement in the forum, bemoaning the general rancour of the House in recent months, and warning that if it didn't calm down, action would be taken. This situation has yet to truly come to a head.
  • In October of 2009, Matthew_Lowson posted this thread to the HOC forum following his resignation as a member of the Conservative Party. It received a mixed response with some support and some opposition to what the Conservative leader Bagration deemed to be a private matter - with it being called Lowson gate by a number of members.
  • In April of 2012, an MHoC newspaper, the Ad HoC, published its first edition. A controversy arose when it was discovered that several segments of an interview with the Leader of the Opposition had been fabricated in jest. Allegations swirled and the Deputy Editor was sacked from the Labour Party, accused of being a dupe account. An inquest by the Speaker found that the article had actually been tampered with by independent MP, JPKC. The latter subsequently resigned and was dropped from the governing Tory-TSR UKIP Coalition.
  • In August 2012, JPKC - whilst serving as a Socialist MP - was exposed as maintaining a duplicate account with membership in the Liberal Democrat Party. Though it is not thought that the account was used to share information, it was used to influence the Liberal Democrats internally and held an MP seat as a proxy for a week during July 2012. This resulted in a by-election and JPKC being effectively banned from the MHoC for the rest of the term. The Socialists won back the seat.
  • In late September / early October 2012, Following the appointment of Mazzini as the third Liberal Democrat MP, former leader and former MP Morgsie immediately resigned his membership of the party and leveled allegations of bullying against his former party. These allegations remain unsubstantiated but following the decision by Thunder_Chunky to resign as leader and therefore vacating an MP position, Morgsie immediately announced his decision to return to the Liberal Democrats. It was unknown whether he intended to contest the vacant positions declining to do so in the end.
  • In February 2015 after the month long absences of both the Liberal and Green leaders of the time, Birkenhead, the then Liberal chair, attacked the Liberal deputy leader for not drafting a bill to call a referendum on the monarchy and subsequently attacked the Labour leadership for failing to support the bill, which they had never agreed to do. (This can all be viewed in the then bar.) After settling down for a while it later emerged that Birkenhead used a dupe to second a VoNC in the Liberal leadership, a claim which he has always denied, which resulted in a forum ban until 2016 due to his protests of innocence. This has been referred to as Birkgate.
  • In April 2015 TSR UK Independence Party released a motion calling to give an award to Aph for his use of statistics in debate, the award was critical of Aph's statistics, citing them to be wrong in the examples the motion used in its writing. The Speaker launched an inquest which found the motion had been discussed off-site, so a decision was made to ban UKIP from submitting legislation for three months, and not participating in any coalition negotiations. UKIP released a defiant statement[1] critical of the decision, leading to a downgrading of the punishment to only a ban on submitting legislation. This scandal has become known as Aphgate by the members of the house at the time the scandal happened.
  • In December 2015 it was discovered that former Labour Prime Minister, and at the time the Labour Chair, Saoirse had a duplicate account in the Liberal Party, named Green_Pink, who had gone on to become Liberal Deputy Leader and Acting Leader during MacDaddi's long absence. The Green_Pink account was permanently banned whilst Saoirse was expelled from the Labour Party but re-joined in July 2016. This duping scandal caused particular anger as Green_Pink had disappeared not once, but twice as Chancellor of the Exchequer, contributing to the downfalls of both Governments in the 21st Parliament and also having inside knowledge of Liberal demands whilst negotiating a Labour-Liberal coalition as Saoirse in the 22nd Parliament.
  • In April 2016 a Labour Party member received an unprovoked death threat from a former party member, James222, who wanted to re-join. The Party Leader had rejected his application as another member had received an abusive message from James previously. James received an instant perma-ban for his actions.
  • In May 2016 it was discovered that a member of Labour, by the name of Whiggy, was a dupe of a banned member called It's a Shame who had received a ban for serious harassment. A string of evidence proved that both accounts had indeed been created by the individual. When it was confirmed that Whiggy was indeed a dupe, she was removed from the party. As soon as this happened, the Labour Leader at the time, Quamquam123, received a string up unpleasant messages from Whiggy in which she vowed to destroy the Labour Party. She made several unsuccessful attempts to re-join the party. Since these attempts, Whiggy appears to have vanished.
  • In the first half of 2017, controversy surrounded the Speakership team, Speakers adam9317 (Jan 2017-Mar 2017) and PetrosAC, elected in March 2017, and Deputy Speaker cranbrook_aspie, in particular the latter two. Both Speakers faced allegations of acting unconstitutionally, and the Deputy Speaker was accused of overstepping his role, acting unconstitutionally and acting unethically. This resulted in an unprecedented occurrence in the form of concurrent VoNCs in PetrosAC and cranbrook_aspie, both of which failed, the latter more narrowly than the former. The allegations have not left the Speaker and Deputy Speaker, and the final outcome of the controversy remains to be seen.

MUN Representative

This occurred thanks to mutual agreement between the MUN and the HOC (it was helped by the fact that most MUN-ers are also HOC-ers. The first MUN-HOC representative was Veggie4life. Due to problems of activity in the MUN the representative was never fully tested, however with the second representative (Musty_Elbow) the idea is being tested again. The then prime minister, Matthew_Lowson, called a vote of no confidence in the second MUN representative, Musty_Elbow, citing reasons of a sustained absence from the role without appointing a proxy representative and failure to inform both the MUN and HoC of various matters, most notably, the International Development Spending Bill. The motion failed with 20 MPs voting against it. Musty_Elbow decided to vacate the role and elections began for a new MUN rep.

The Speaker, Metrobeans, proposed to change the voting procedure for electing MUN reps in this election. This, however, did not matter as the only candidate was DayneD89 who was elected with 81.25% of the vote. After a short period, and following DayneD89 temporarily leaving the site for personal reasons, it was decided to make the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs the MUN-HoC rep.

MUN Representatives Past and Present

  • Veggie4life - 6/10/2009 - 31/07/2012
  • Musty_Elbow - 1/08/2010 - 1/10/2010
  • DayneD89 - 1/10/2010 - 30/04/2011

Second Amendment

Member of the Term

  • Parliament XIII: Drogue
  • Parliament XIV: Morgsie

Member of the Month

In August 2015, this feature was resurrected by Birchington, the Speaker of the House. It was previously held intermittently over the years.

  • August 2015: Nigel Farage MEP
  • September 2015: Jammy Duel
  • October 2015: Not held due to general election

HOC Leadership Tenures

Speaker of the House

Speaker Tenure Months in Office
Metrobeans(July 2010 - August 2012)25
daniel_williams(September 2007 - April 2008)
(August 2008 - June 2009)
Jarred(February 2013 - June 2014)16
DayneD89(June 2009 - March 2010)
(May 2010 - July 2010)
Birchington (March 2015 - January 2016)10
Saracen's Fez (May 2016 - January 2017)8
Faland(June 2014 - February 2015)8
Nightowl (February 2007 - September 2007)7
deej2(March 2006 - September 2006)6
Dexnell(June 2005 - November 2005)5
bikerx23(September 2006 - February 2007)5
RayApparently(January 2016 - May 2016)4
Beekeeper(November 2005 - March 2006)4
Alasdair(April 2008 - August 2008)4
ByronicHero(August 2012 - November 2012)3
TheCrackInTime(November 2012 - February 2013)3
Adam9317 (January- March 2017 )2
Thunder and Jazz(March 2010 - May 2010)2
Vienna(May 2005 - June 2005)1

Father of the House

The Father (or Mother) of the House is the member with the longest continuous service.

Until the eighth general election in 2008, NDGAARONDI and Acaila remained the only members from the first parliament in May 2005. Following the departure of NDGAARONDI, Acaila became the first Father of the House as the remaining longest serving MP.

Member Party Tenure as Father of the House MP Since
Acaila Monster Raving Loony Party May 2008 - May 2009 May 2005
Robinson999 TSR Labour May 2009 - May 2011 December 2007
Thunder_Chunky TSR Liberal Democrat May 2011 - April 2012 May 2009
 TheCrackInTime (formerly aaran-j) TSR Libertarian Party (formerly Independent, Conservative) April 2012 - November 2012 May 2010
StatusRed (formerly xXedixXx) TSR Labour November 2012 - June 2014 May 2010
Life_Peer TSR Conservative Party June 2014 - present November 2010
toronto353 TSR Liberal Party (formerly UKIP) June 2014 - present November 2010

A comprehensive guide to the members of each parliament can be found here.

Tenure Records

The total time served by each party leader, speakers and respective deputies is detailed below. An asterisk next to the user's name denotes that they are currently serving:

User Role Tenure Party
AcailaLeader48 monthsTSR MRLP
toronto353 Deputy Speaker42monthsN/A
Life_peerDeputy Leader37 monthsTSR UKIP
toronto353 (1)Leader31 monthsTSR UKIP
Nefarious Deputy Leader30 monthsTSR MRLP
MetrobeansSpeaker25 monthsN/A
Life_peer Leader21 monthsTSR Conservatives
BirchingtonLeader20 monthsTSR Liberals
nixonjellybeansDC20 monthsTSR Socialists
Republic1CE20 monthsTSR Socialists
TheCrackInTimeDeputy Speaker20 monthsN/A
bun(1)Chairman19 monthsTSR Conservatives
UniofLifeLeader19 monthsTSR Conservatives
badger-manC218 monthsTSR Socialists
MechieLeader18 monthsTSR Labour
daniel_williamsDeputy Speaker17 monthsN/A
Rakas21Leader17 monthsTSR Conservatives
CardozoLeader16 monthsTSR Labour
JarredSpeaker16 monthsN/A
SmackLeader16 monthsTSR Centre Party
StricofC116 monthsTSR Socialists
TopHatDeputy Leader15 monthsTSR Labour
adam9317Leader14 monthsTSR UKIP
Eru IluvatarLeader14 monthsTSR Liberal Democrat
Lefty LeoDeputy Leader14 monthsTSR Liberal Democrat
RayApparentlyLeader14 monthsTSR Labour
RhadamanthusLeader14 monthsTSR Libertarians
Thunder_chunkyDeputy Leader14 monthsTSR Liberal Democrat
DayneD89Deputy Speaker13 monthsN/A
KayzLeader13 monthsTSR Respect
RorySDeputy Leader 213 monthsTSR Labour
Saracen’s FezChair13 monthsTSR Labour
AdornoDeputy Leader12 monthsTSR Labour
bun(2)Chairman12 monthsTSR Conservatives
CyclopsRockLeader12 monthsTSR Libertarians
DanGroverLeader12 monthsTSR Libertarians
DaveirelandLeader12 monthsTSR Conservatives
Green_PinkDeputy Leader12 monthsTSR Liberals
jesusandtequillaDeputy Leader12 monthsTSR Libertarians
martynwilliamsDeputy Leader12 monthsTSR Labour
NothosC112 monthsTSR Socialists
Qwertish Leader12 monthsTSR Conservatives
RJALeader12 monthsTSR Libertarians
Roger KirkLeader12 monthsTSR Labour
sconzeyLeader12 monthsTSR Libertarians
Student2806Leader12 monthsTSR Liberal Democrat
brimstoneDeputy Leader11 monthsTSR Labour
FalandC111 monthsTSR Socialists
jesusandtequillaLeader11 monthsTSR Libertarians
MacDaddiDeputy Leader11 monthsTSR Libertarians
MetrobeansLeader11 monthsTSR Labour
Olivia_LightbulbC311 monthsTSR Socialists
AlasdairC110 monthsTSR Socialists
BirchingtonSpeaker10 monthsN/A
daniel_williamsSpeaker10 monthsN/A
 !Laxy!Leader10 monthsTSR Green Party
Life_peerChairman10 monthsTSR Conservatives
Mobbsy91Deputy Leader12 monthsTSR Conservatives
NDGAARONDILeader10 monthsTSR Liberal Democrat
sandys1000Deputy Leader10 monthsTSR Labour
Superunkown17Leader10 monthsTSR Green Party
bunDeputy Leader9 monthsTSR Conservatives
DayneD89Leader9 monthsTSR Labour
DayneD89Speaker9 monthsN/A
JangrafessC29 monthsTSR Socialists
L I bLeader9 monthsTSR Conservatives
MacDaddiLeader9 monthsTSR Liberals
Nigel Farage MEP Deputy Leader 9 months TSR UKIP
RainyLeader9 monthsTSR Green Party
StatusRedChair9 monthsTSR Labour
The Legal EagleDeputy Leader9 monthsTSR Labour
2+2=5Leader8 monthsTSR Liberal Democrat
AbiraleftC38 monthsTSR Socialists
BirchingtonDeputy Leader8 monthsTSR Liberal Democrat
DaveSmith99CI8 monthsTSR Socialists
DayneD89Deputy Leader8 monthsTSR Green Party
FalandSpeaker8 monthsN/A
IndievertigoLeader8 monthsTSR Conservatives
JarredDeputy Leader8 monthsTSR Conservatives
MacDaddiLeader8 monthsTSR Libertarians
MilesLeader8 monthsTSR BNP
NothosDeputy Speaker8 monthsN/A
paperclipC38 monthsTSR Socialists
Rhadamanthus Deputy Leader8 monthsTSR Conservatives
Saoirse:3Leader8 monthsTSR Labour
Seba_NileDeputy Leader8 monthsTSR Centre Party
SolInvictusLeader8 monthsTSR Conservatives
Stiff Little FingersCE8 monthsTSR Socialists
toronto353 (2)Leader8 monthsTSR UKIP
xx_ambellina_xxLeader8 monthsTSR Labour
BeekeeperLeader7 monthsTSR Conservatives
Black HippyCI7 monthsTSR Socialists
bunChairman7 monthsTSR Conservatives
Cheese MonsterLeader7 monthsTSR Green Party
daniel_williamsSpeaker7 monthsN/A
FalandCI7 monthsTSR Socialists
KoylaLeader7 monthsTSR Centre Party
MODeputy Leader7 monthsTSR Centre Party
NightowlSpeaker7 monthsN/A
RorySDeputy Leader7 monthsTSR Labour
tehFranceChairman7 monthsTSR Conservatives
Will95206Deputy Leader7 monthsTSR Liberals
Afcwimbledon2Deputy Leader6 monthsTSR UKIP
BananaManUKDeputy Leader6 monthsTSR Labour
BirchingtonChair6 monthsTSR Liberals
daniel_williamsDeputy Speaker6 monthsN/A
Deej2Leader6 monthsTSR Conservatives
Deej2Speaker6 monthsN/A
elli_emcDeputy Leader6 monthsTSR Liberal Democrat
Grape190190C26 monthsTSR Socialists
JenhasdreamsChairperson6 monthsTSR Green Party
jsb123Deputy Leader6 monthsTSR Liberals
miserLeader6 monthsTSR Green Party
Nigel Farage MEPLeader6 monthsTSR UKIP
PoGoHoPzC26 monthsTSR Socialists
TeeharLeader6 monthsTSR Liberal Democrat
Thunder and Jazz Deputy Leader6 monthsTSR Labour
xXedixXx [A.K.A. StatusRed]C26 monthsTSR Socialists
AbiraleftC15 monthsTSR Socialists
Andy98*Leader5 monthsTSR Green Party
AphDeputy Leader5 monthsTSR Green Party
BagrationLeader5 monthsTSR Conservatives
BeekeeperLeader5 monthsTSR Libertarians
bikerx23Speaker5 monthsN/A
Blue MeltwaterLeader5 monthsTSR Green Party
DayneD89Leader5 monthsTSR Liberal Democrat
DexnellSpeaker5 monthsN/A
DietyDeputy Leader5 monthsTSR Liberals
DrogueDeputy Speaker5 monthsN/A
iwilsonC15 monthsTSR Socialists
junaidk7Deputy Leader5 monthsTSR Labour
lotppDeputy Leader5 monthsTSR UKIP
MechieChair5 monthsTSR Labour
nixonjellybeansC35 monthsTSR Socialists
O133CI5 monthsTSR Socialists
paddy_powerLeader5 monthsTSR UKIP
PetrosACChair5 monthsTSR Liberals
RayApparentlyDeputy Leader5 monthsTSR Labour
RobbieCLeader5 monthsTSR Liberal Democrat
simontinsleyLeader5 monthsTSR Libertarians
Stiff Little FingersCI5 monthsTSR Socialists
StricofC25 monthsTSR Socialists
That Bearded ManLeader5 monthsTSR Labour
The FinancierDeputy Leader5 monthsTSR Conservatives
PetrosACLeader5 monthsTSR Liberals
ukebert Deputy Speaker5 monthsN/A
Unown UzerDeputy Leader5 monthsTSR UKIP
abucha3Leader4 monthsTSR UKIP
AirmedLeader4 monthsTSR Liberals
AlasdairSpeaker4 monthsN/A
BeekeeperSpeaker4 monthsN/A
BirkenheadChair4 monthsTSR Liberals
DrogueLeader4 monthsTSR Centre Party
Jace FalcoC24 monthsTSR Socialists
Jace FalcoC34 monthsTSR Socialists
JangrafessLeader4 monthsTSR Labour
JarredLeader4 monthsTSR Liberals
JoeL1994Chair4 monthsTSR Liberals
KittiaraLeader4 monthsTSR Green Party
MacDaddiChair4 monthsTSR Liberals
MorgsieLeader4 monthsTSR Liberal Democrat
Nightowl Deputy Leader4 monthsTSR Labour
Orange StuLeader4 monthsTSR Conservatives
randdomLeader4 monthsTSR Labour
Saracen’s FezLeader4 monthsTSR Labour
Seven_ThreeDeputy Leader4 monthsTSR UKIP
Thunder_ChunkyLeader4 monthsTSR Liberal Democrat
Vienna CannonC34 monthsTSR Socialists
WilzmanLeader4 monthsTSR Liberal Democrat
RayApparently Speaker4 monthsN/A
Afcwimbledon2Leader3 monthsTSR Liberal Democrat
barnetladDeputy Leader3 monthsTSR Green Party
cab12Leader3 monthsTSR Centre Party
Cheese_MonsterDeputy Leader3 monthsTSR Green Party
Cryptographic Leader3 monthsTSR Conservatives
Don ScottLeader3 monthsTSR UKIP
Herbal BugC13 monthsTSR Socialists
JangrafessDeputy Leader3 monthsTSR Labour
KittiaraDeputy Leader3 monthsTSR Green Party
Matthew_LowsonLeader3 monthsTSR Liberal Democrat
MazziniDeputy Leader3 monthsTSR Liberals
MorgsieDeputy Leader3 monthsTSR Liberal Democrat
nebelbon(2)Deputy Leader3 monthsTSR UKIP
NightowlLeader3 monthsTSR Labour
NorfolkadamLeader3 monthsTSR Green Party
paddy_powerLeader3 monthsTSR Labour
paddy__powerSpeaker3 monthsN/A
PetrosACDeputy Leader3 monthsTSR Liberals
SciFiBoyC13 monthsTSR Socialists
sohanshahDeputy Leader3 monthsTSR Labour
TheCrackInTimeSpeaker3 monthsN/A
ThisIsn'tSpamDeputy Leader3 monthsTSR Green Party
United1892Deputy Leader3 monthsTSR Labour
AirmedDeputy Leader2 monthsTSR Liberals
BudgieLeader2 monthsTSR Liberal Democrat
bunDeputy Leader2 monthsTSR UKIP
CLS94Leader2 monthsTSR Green Party
cranbrook_aspieChair2 monthsTSR Labour
DaraghLeader2 monthsTSR Liberal Democrat
DayneD89Speaker2 monthsN/A
DMcGovern*CE2 monthsTSR Socialists
jsb123Leader2 monthsTSR Centre Party
Lefty LeoDeputy Leader2 monthsTSR Liberal Democrat
Little Toy Gun*Chairperson2 monthsTSR Green Party
NothosLeader2 monthsTSR Conservatives
That Bearded ManDeputy Leader2 monthsTSR Labour
TheDefiniteArticleCI2 monthsTSR Socialists
Thunder and Jazz Speaker2 monthsN/A
Thunder and JazzLeader2 monthsTSR Liberal Democrat
ukebert C12 monthsTSR Socialists
ukebert C32 monthsTSR Socialists
Veggie4lifeLeader2 monthsTSR Liberal Democrat
adam9317Deputy Leader1 monthTSR UKIP
bunLeader1 monthTSR UKIP
Chiggy321Deputy Leader1 monthTSR UKIP
Don ScottDeputy Leader1 monthTSR UKIP
itsdancrossChair1 monthTSR Liberals
MCLeader1 monthTSR Labour
nebelbon(1)Deputy Leader1 monthTSR UKIP
Saiorse:3Chair1 monthTSR Labour
Thunder and JazzDeputy Leader1 monthTSR Green Party
Vienna Speaker1 monthN/A
NightowlDeputy Leader3 weeksTSR Labour
DrogueDeputy Leader9 daysTSR Centre Party
Roger KirkDeputy Leader1 weekTSR Labour

A guide to the seniority of current MPs can be found here

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