After the recent exit from the Empire – dubbed Crexit – British steampunks have remained terribly polite to people from the commonwealth countries who are residing in Britain, it’s been revealed. Speaking from an unknown location, Lady Emilia Von Poppetart … Continue reading Steampunks remain awfully polite after Crexit
The House of Lords has pressed the Government to reconsider the introduction of Bioimpiric ID cards to all citizens of the United Kingdom. In a letter to the Prime Minister, Lord Coggleton-Smythe said: “It is with regret that the Lords … Continue reading New Bioimpiric Identification Cards to be issued to British Citizens
Labour Leader Jeremy Corbyn today announced that he has created a new role in the Cabinet to serve the rising popularity of Cosplay and Live Action Role Play. The Secretary for Historical Costume Past-Times has been dubbed “Ministry for LARP”.
The Labour party could ban companies from paying shareholders dividends unless they pay their staff the Living Wage, it has been confirmed today. The leader of the opposition party has spoken out about the lack of reasonable pay for workers in the industrial sector. In a statement made today, Labour leader Oliver Twist said “Currently the economy relies on the sweat and toil of the factory floor worker. The Empire is growing because blue collar workers are giving their all while the Lords at the top rake in all the profit.” Continue reading “Labour leader calls for more for workers”
Steampunk champion Professor Elemental has been asked by the House of Commons to provide a new National Anthem for England after it was revealed that the home nation doesn’t have a dedicated song to play at sporting events or as the Army march into
war… liberation efforts abroad. Continue reading “Professor Elemental to produce new English National Anthem”
In a statement today, Count Geldberg outlined how certain essential services would be protected while others would see an increase in investment thanks in part to the expanding Empire and the wealth that it’s bringing back to the homeland. Count … Continue reading Chancellor Geldberg Spending Review 1901