Comisario's Miscellanea

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  1. Comisario Gunnar Sträng's Chocolate Homunculus

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    The international situation is where the horror is. But, that's for another time.
     
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  2. Beata Beatrix Duchess of Buffonia

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    I can imagine. Christ.
     
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  3. Comisario Gunnar Sträng's Chocolate Homunculus

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  4. Comisario Gunnar Sträng's Chocolate Homunculus

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    1997-2008: Tony Blair (Labour majority)
    1997: John Major (Conservative), Paddy Ashdown (Liberal Democrat)
    2001: William Hague (Conservative), Malcolm Bruce (Liberal Democrat)
    2005: David Davis (Conservative), Malcolm Bruce (Liberal Democrat)

    2008-2009: Alistair Darling (Labour majority)
    2009-2012: Mark MacGregor (Conservative minority with Liberal Democrat confidence and supply)

    2009: Alistair Darling (Labour), Stephen Williams (Liberal Democrat)
    2012-2012: Vicky Ford (Conservative minority with Liberal Democrat confidence and supply)
    2013-2015: Richard Leese (Labour minority with SNP and Liberal Democrat confidence and supply)

    2013: Vicky Ford (Conservative), Stephen Williams (Liberal Democrat)
    2015-2016: Kevin Bentley (Conservative minority)
    2015: Richard Leese (Labour), Adele Morris (Liberal Democrat)
    2016-: Paul Mason (Labour majority)
    2016: Kevin Bentley (Conservative), Adele Morris (Liberal Democrat)
     
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  5. Gonzo A bit of a Paleo-Anarchist

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  6. Comisario Gunnar Sträng's Chocolate Homunculus

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    1932-1939: Joseph Lyons (UAP-Country coalition)
    1931:
    1934:
    1937:

    1939-1939: Sir Earle Page (UAP-Country coalition)
    1939-1940: Robert Menzies (UAP-Country coalition)
    1940-1944: John Curtin (Labor majority)

    1940:
    1942:

    1944-1945: Frank Forde (Labor majority)
    1945-1957: Eric Harrison (UAP-Country coalition)

    1945:
    1947:
    1950:
    1952:
    1955:

    1957-1957: Charles Adermann (UAP-Country coalition)
    1957-: Paul Hasluck (UAP-Country coalition)

    1958:
    1960:
    1963:
     
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  7. Cevolian Probably doesn't know what he's talking about... Gone Fishin'

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    You spelled Labour wrong ;)
     
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  8. Gonzo A bit of a Paleo-Anarchist

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    You made Robert Menzies less awe-inspiring; how could you?
     
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  9. Comisario Gunnar Sträng's Chocolate Homunculus

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    1937-1940: Neville Chamberlain (Conservative leading National Government)
    1940-1940: Clement Attlee (Labour majority)

    1940:
    1940-1944: Clement Attlee (Labour leading National Government)
    1944-1951: Clement Attlee (Labour majority)

    1944:
    1949:

    1951-1954: Philip Noel-Baker (Labour majority)
    1954-:

    1954:
     
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  10. Comisario Gunnar Sträng's Chocolate Homunculus

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    1929-1931: Ramsay MacDonald (Labour minority with Liberal confidence and supply)
    1929: Stanley Baldwin (Conservative), David Lloyd George (Liberal)
    1931-1932: Ramsay MacDonald (Labour-Liberal coalition)
    1932-1940: Philip Cunliffe-Lister (Conservative majority)

    1932: Ramsay MacDonald (Labour), David Lloyd George (Liberal)
    1936: Arthur Greenwood (Labour), Percy Harris (Liberal)

    1940-1944: Walter Elliot (Conservative majority)
    1940: Isaac Hayward (Labour), Percy Harris (Liberal)
    1944-1945: Harold Balfour (Conservative majority)
    1945-1957: Isaac Hayward (Labour majority)

    1945: Harold Balfour (Conservative), Ernest Brown (Liberal)
    1950: Derick Heathcoat-Amory (Conservative), Lawrence Robson (Liberal)
    1955: Derick Heathcoat-Amory (Conservative), Lawrence Robson (Liberal)

    1957-1960: Herbert Bowden (Labour majority)
     
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  11. Comisario Gunnar Sträng's Chocolate Homunculus

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    I just want Isaac Hayward to be a thing.

    *sniffs*
     
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  12. Comisario Gunnar Sträng's Chocolate Homunculus

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    1945-1953: Clement Attlee (Labour majority)
    1945: Winston Churchill (Conservative), Archibald Sinclair (Liberal)
    1950: Anthony Eden (Conservative), Clement Davies (Liberal)

    1953-1955: Aneurin Bevan (Labour majority)
    1955-1956: Aneurin Bevan (Labour minority)

    1955: Harold Macmillan (New Democratic Party)
    1956-1957: Harold Macmillan (NDP majority)
    1956: Aneurin Bevan (Labour)
    1957-1965: Reginald Manningham-Buller (NDP majority)
    1960: Edith Summerskill (Labour), Robert McIntyre (Scottish National Party)
    1965-1969: Andy Cunningham (Labour majority)
    1965: Reginald Manningham-Buller (NDP), Robert McIntyre (SNP)
    1969-1972: Joseph Godber (NDP majority)
    1969: Andy Cunningham (Labour), Jimmy Halliday (SNP), Airey Neave (Unionist)
    1972-1974: Maurice Macmillan (NDP majority)
    1974-1977: Roy Mason (Labour minority with SNP confidence and supply)

    1974: Maurice Macmillan (NDP), Jimmy Halliday (SNP), Airey Neave (Unionist)
     
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  13. Utgarda-Max SVÉDORSZÁG JOBBAN TELJESÍT

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    [CANADA IS VERY CONFUSED]
     
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  14. Comisario Gunnar Sträng's Chocolate Homunculus

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    Prime Ministers of the United Kingdom
    of Great Britain and Ireland

    1880-1891: William Ewart Gladstone (Liberal majority)

    1880: Benjamin Disraeli, 1st Earl of Beaconsfield (Conservative), William Shaw (Home Rule)
    1885: Robert Gascoyne-Cecil, 3rd Marquess of Salisbury (Conservative), Charles Stewart Parnell (Irish Parliamentary Party)

    1891-1892: William Ewart Gladstone (Liberal minority with IPP confidence and supply)
    1891: Sir Michael Hicks Beach (Conservative), Charles Stewart Parnell (IPP), Edward James Saunderson (Irish Unionist), Henry M. Hyndman (Social Democratic Federation)
    1892-1897: Sir Michael Hicks Beach (Conservative majority)
    1892: William Ewart Gladstone (Liberal), Charles Stewart Parnell (Irish National Congress), Edward James Saunderson (Irish Unionist), Herbert Burrows (SDF)
    1897-1902: Joseph Chamberlain (Liberal majority)
    1897: Sir Michael Hicks Beach (Conservative), Charles Stewart Parnell (INC), Edward James Saunderson (Irish Unionist), Herbert Burrows (Social Democratic Party)
    1902-1907: Henry Chaplin (Conservative minority with Irish Unionist confidence and supply)
    1902: Joseph Chamberlain (Liberal), John Dillon (INC), John Atkinson (Irish Unionist), Herbert Burrows (SDP)
    1907: Herbert Gladstone (Liberal), John Dillon (INC), Horace Plunkett (Irish Unionist), George Lansbury (SDP), William Abraham (Liberal-Labour)

    1907-1911: Robert Baden-Powell (Conservative minority with Irish Unionist confidence and supply)
    1911-1916: Robert Baden-Powell (Conservative majority)

    1911: Herbert Gladstone (Liberal), Horace Plunkett (Irish Unionist), John Dillon (INC), William Abraham (Liberal-Labour), George Lansbury (SDP), Cornelius Lehane (Workers' Republican)
    1916-1918: Robert Baden-Powell (Conservative minority with Irish Unionist confidence and supply)
    1916: Herbert Gladstone (Liberal), Timothy Michael Healy (INC), Horace Plunkett (Irish Unionist), Havelock Wilson (Liberal-Labour), Fred Jowett (SDP)
    1918-1922: Christopher Addison (Liberal minority with Liberal-Labour confidence and supply)
    1918: Robert Baden-Powell (Conservative), Timothy Michael Healy (INC), Horace Plunkett (Irish Unionist), Havelock Wilson (Liberal-Labour), Ramsay MacDonald (SDP)
    1922-: Lord Robert Cecil (Conservative majority)
    1922: Christopher Addison (Liberal), Timothy Michael Healy (INC), Horace Plunkett (Irish Unionist), Henry Harvey Vivian (Liberal-Labour), George Lansbury (SDP), Edwin Scrymgeour (Scottish Prohibition)

    The 1922 Parliament
    660 seats

    Conservative - 379
    Liberal - 185
    INC (Irish National Congress) - 32
    Irish Unionist - 25
    Liberal-Labour - 22
    SDP (Social Democratic Party) - 13
    Independent Unionists - 2
    Independent Republicans - 1
    Scottish Prohibition - 1

    Resultant government
    (Conservative majority)
     
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  15. Utgarda-Max SVÉDORSZÁG JOBBAN TELJESÍT

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    P H R E S H
     
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  16. Lilac but u can call me heliotrope

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    Christopher Addison aka Bizarro-David Owen?

    10/10 for daysss
     
  17. Cevolian Probably doesn't know what he's talking about... Gone Fishin'

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    This

    This gives me an idea
     
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  18. Gonzo A bit of a Paleo-Anarchist

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    IUA in green... what is this world!?
     
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  19. Comisario Gunnar Sträng's Chocolate Homunculus

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    It looks more green on the phone, I've noticed. It's a kind of bluish "sea-green", so the Irish Unionist Party is as 'Irish' as it is 'Unionist'.
     
  20. Comisario Gunnar Sträng's Chocolate Homunculus

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    [​IMG]
     
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