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How are we doing?
#1
All,

We are now a few weeks into the game and the A team wanted some general feedback from the community as to how things were going.

We've set some questions for you guys to answer, although please do feel free to provide your own feedback. 

Questions

How do you feel things are going:

in the media?

In Parliament?

In the player press?

Is there anything you would like to see to improve the game?


On an end note, please don't identify any person by name in your feedback, this isn't an opportunity to complain about anyone in particular, its an opportunity to provide constructive feedback on the game to help us identify and improve the game and not single out any indvidual for any reason. 

If you dont feel it appropriate to post here, then please do provide feedback via a PM to any of the A-Team or on Telegram.

Thank you for your co-operation.
Dan

Head Administrator (For all game matters)

PoliticsUK

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#2
How do you feel things are going:
Good
in the media?
I feel a montly news summary of low key events would be good even if its as simple as copying a wikipedia timeline that is fine. 1992 / 93 for example  had near daily bombings and shootings in NI and that should reflect in news

In Parliament?
Good
In the player press?
Good more interviews etc would be nice
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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#3
How do you feel things are going:

in the media? Good

In Parliament? Good

In the player press? Good, grading could be a bit faster but all and all pretty good
"the fagnoglin"  Moray Mac Gill Fhaolain MP Aberdeen North 1964-Present

1973-1974 Shadow Secretary of State for Transport
1976-1978 Secretary of State for Transport
1978-1979 Secretary of State for Scotland
1979-1987 Shadow Secretary of State for Workers and Pensions
1992-Present Secretary of State for Northern Ireland, Constitutional Affairs & Devolution

fmrly Sean Kapur fmr. Shadow Minister of Environment, Housing, and Ag 
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#4
How do you feel things are going:

in the media? OK.  But that is not purely the AVs fault.  The lack of opposition has left a void for creating media articles that in turn means other players cannot react.

In Parliament? OK.  Would like to see more consequences for Her Majesty's Opposition for.....well....not being an opposition.  Also, we have been waiting sometime on the result of the Queen's Speech.

In the player press? Good.
ESTHER MATHIESON MP - Labour Party - Manifesto Group
Labour MP for Birkenhead (1979 - )
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#5
My concern remains the Civil Service, which goes unanswered for too long. As such, it appears the gov't is slow on things, when in reality we can't proceed without the input.
Rt. Hon. Agnes Hamstead, MP
Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
Labour | Copeland (1987 - Present)
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#6
I think you're doing well. From my end, at least, I haven't had any real problems. The lateness of grading wasn't ideal but it isn't the biggest problem either.
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One perhaps rather major issue is that the General Press Cycle has yet to be marked, but there have been two rounds of marking already done.
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#8
thank you. we are in the process of marking this
Dan

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