It's really going to be more of an administrative thing, than anything else. By this point there have been 31 amendments (I will provide a list at some point), including some which have completely changed how the branches of government are elected and composed, so it was deemed sensible to just clean everything up and maybe add one or two 'nice to haves' as well.Wait, there's going to be a new US constitution ITTL?
Goddamn the basedness of the US in this world almost makes up for... everything else
Britain and most other parts of the Empire are kind of like their Victorian competitive oligarchy selves, albeit now with welfare states to keep everyone happy. Take that any way you want...Some other countries (Like Brazil and the British Empire) don't seem too bad.
Yeah I don't think Britain is that bad, I was more referring to the clusterfuck of Europe, especially the apparently ongoing genocide in Germany. Plus I'd imagine that the Anglo-Chinese War ends up causing a lot of death.Britain and most other parts of the Empire are kind of like their Victorian competitive oligarchy selves, albeit now with welfare states to keep everyone happy. Take that any way you want...
It is and Melchett's appointment was controversial, although he insisted. Caroline Lucas was appointed Second Secretary of the Treasury and she formally introduced the budget to the Commons.Nice parallel!
Is it not convention though that Chancellor of the Exchequer always hails from the Commons, though?