Well, to be frankly, Tinmouth is far from only (quasi)-Royal in the cabinet. Admiralty is still controlled by Gloucester/St.Albans tandem as far as I remember.Aha aye, let's just say some of George's decisions in the future are going to make people used to James' calm decision making, go, 'wtf?'
This is very true, and of course there are tensions in America.There is a number of countries preparing for unevitable "changing of the guard" - France, Russia, pick whatever you like.
It is indeedWell, to be frankly, Tinmouth is far from only (quasi)-Royal in the cabinet. Admiralty is still controlled by Gloucester/St.Albans tandem as far as I remember.
You mean in otl?I am not American History buff, but I do wonder why London was able to ignore the growing problems in the Colonies- sure some of it is the people in charge not reporting to the Court, but at the same time other Aristos, and politicians must have been getting news, papers, pamphlets etc back outlining the growing issues. Why did it take until a Rebellion broke out?
It must be possible to see off the American rebellion before it happens. Maybe it 'costs' the Empire in India, but I think that was the secondary prize compared to the whole North American continent.