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Guess the year
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All, we have a little minigame for you.

Whilst the A team are currently finalising plans for the new round, we thought we would start a game called guess the year.

Whoever comes closest wins an influence point for their character.

1 guess per person
Dan

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PoliticsUK

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1987-Thatcher steps down early.
Philip Porter
MP for Orkney and Shetlands (1983-Present)
Leader of the Liberal Democrats (1992-Present)
Liberal Democrats Spokesman for the Treasury (1992)



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#3
2012 - mid coalition and Nick Clegg resigns because of tuition fees.
Rt Hon Oscar Hattingly QC MP
Member for Truro
Leader of the Liberal Democrats
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1990
Andy
Acting Head Admin
Speaker of the House of Commons
Advisor for the Labour Party, the Cabinet Office and the Home Office
Poll wrangler and election psephologist
Scandalmonger

I forget Andy has political opinions. I always just think of him as a Civil Servant in real life - Mac
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2003.
Mack the Former Admin
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2005
The Rt Hon Angela Harvey MP | Labour Party, Socialist Campaign Group

Deputy Prime Minister & Deputy Leader of the Labour Party (1992 - Incumbent)
Member of Parliament for Dover (1992 - Incumbent)

Previously: "A nobody backbencher", "Backbench Spokesperson for Everything"

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On my way out of the A-Team I suggested 2004/05, very soon till we hit an election and we could give the Tories an exaggerated new leader bounce to make it fairer for team blue.

The other two I think we could do would be 2010 and throw the Coalition together or have a slim Tory majority or something more in the past in the late 80s or early 90s.
The Rt Hon Sir Dylan Macmillan MP
MP for Bedfordshire Mid (1983-Present)

Leader of Her Majesty's Most Loyal Opposition (1992-Present)
Secretary of State for Energy 1987-1990

@Dylan_Macmillan
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(09-15-2018, 11:59 AM)Sir Dylan Macmillan Wrote: On my way out of the A-Team I suggested 2004/05, very soon till we hit an election and we could give the Tories an exaggerated new leader bounce to make it fairer for team blue.

The other two I think we could do would be 2010 and throw the Coalition together or have a slim Tory majority or something more in the past in the late 80s or early 90s.

So you can only have one answer Smile
Dan

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PoliticsUK

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(09-15-2018, 12:27 PM)Dan Wrote:
(09-15-2018, 11:59 AM)Sir Dylan Macmillan Wrote: On my way out of the A-Team I suggested 2004/05, very soon till we hit an election and we could give the Tories an exaggerated new leader bounce to make it fairer for team blue.

The other two I think we could do would be 2010 and throw the Coalition together or have a slim Tory majority or something more in the past in the late 80s or early 90s.

So you can only have one answer Smile

Since there's no NotW in Fleet Street I'm guessing Coalition sometime, probably late Coalition.
The Rt Hon Sir Dylan Macmillan MP
MP for Bedfordshire Mid (1983-Present)

Leader of Her Majesty's Most Loyal Opposition (1992-Present)
Secretary of State for Energy 1987-1990

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2008
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C O N S E R V A T I V E
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G R A N T H A M

Shadow SoS for Regions, Nations, & Devolution | Constitutional Affairs

CORNERSTONE GROUP
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1952
Rt. Hon. Daniel Burton
Member of Parliament for City of Durham
Secretary of State for Defense
Chief Government Whip
Labour
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1995
The Rt. Hon. Sir Jonathan Horncastle, GBE PC MP Ph.D. (Cantab)
Conservative Party, Tory Reform Group
Shadow First Secretary of State (1992-Present)
Shadow Secretary of State for Regions, Nations, and Devolution (1992-Present)
Chairman of the Conservative Party (1992-Present)
MP for Chelsea and Fulham (1979-Present)
Secretary of State for Education and Science (1990-1992)
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#13
1977
MP For Hexham 1987 -
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#14
1975
Nicholas Wandsworth
Leader of the Opposition (1992-)
Member of Parliament for North Wiltshire (1983-)


Conservative and Unionist Party - Conservative Way Forward
 


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1992
Joseph "Uncle Joe" Flanagan
Member of Parliament for Easington 1983 - Present
Secretary of State for Natural Resources & Environment 1992 - Present

Shadow Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food 1987-1992
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