Richardson Cabinet

Portfolio   Minister Took office Party
Prime Minister Reginald Wilton-Smythe 2019 National Union Party
Secretary for Foreign Affairs
and Deputy Prime Minister
Anne Buckett 2017 Progressives
Secretary for Agriculture and Rural Matters Bênardin Saint Hélyi 2019 National Union Party
Secretary for Commerce M. E. Carlson 2017 Progressives
Secretary for Culture, Tourism, and Sport Lilianne Harcourt 2019 National Union Party
Secretary for Defence Henry Edwards 2015 Progressives
Secretary for Education and Research Matilda de Fay 2019 National Union Party
Secretary for Energy and the Environment Angela Matthiasson 2015 Progressives
Secretary for the Euclean Community Roseline Perrier 2019 National Union Party
Secretary for the Federal Treasury Geraint d'Auvergne 2019 National Union Party
Secretary for Healthcare Edgar Allerton 2017 Progressives
Secretary for Housing and Urban Matters Vernon Geary 2019 National Union Party
Secretary for Internal Affairs Godfred Alfredson 2015 Progressives
Secretary for Justice Êdouard Aveline-Duquesne 2019 National Union Party
Secretary for Labour and Pensions Grant Dalton 2016 Progressives
Secretary for Transport and Infrastructure Clive Disney 2014 Progressives
Secretary for Welfare and Social Inclusion Louis Le Maistre 2019 National Union Party
Secretary for Women and Children Edith Lionheart 2017 Progressives

Party Info

  Leader Since Party
Rupert Richardson 2014 National Union Party
Anne Buckett 2017 Progressives
Robert Spencers 2016 Democratic Labourer’s Party
George Avery 2013 Estmere First
Olivia Baskerville 2015 Agrarian Interest Party
Alfred Bryer 2009 Party of the Swathish
Roy Wilburn 2011 Common Wealth

Old Parties:

  • Conservative Party (Big-tent Conservatives)
  • Old-line Party (Swathish Conservatives)
  • Traditionalistes (Flurian Conservatives)
  • Sotrian Social Party (Amendist Sotrian Democrats)
  • Solarian Catholic People's Party (Catholic Democrats)
  • Liberal Radical Party (Estmerish and Flurian Liberals)
  • Ameedist Party (Swatish Liberals - 'Reform Party')
  • Party of the Socialists and Democrats (Social Democrats)
  Party Position Leader Seats Status
National Union Party Centre-right Rupert Richardson
169 / 500
In coalition
The Progressives Centre-right Anne Buckett
142 / 500
In coalition
Democratic Labourer's Party Centre-left Robert Spencers
78 / 500
In opposition
Estmere First Far right George Avery
64 / 500
In opposition
Agrarian Interest Party Centre Olivia Baskerville
23 / 500
In opposition
Party of the Swathish Big tent Alfred Bryer
18 / 500
In opposition
Common Wealth Far left Roy Wilburn
6 / 500
In opposition

Bailiffscourt Initial seat of the High-Bailiffs or whatever they are called, eventually begins operating as the Tower of London equivalent after they get a nicer residence.

Heads of State

Kingdom of Embria (1084-1195)

  • Richard I the Great (1084-1106)
  • Richard II the Lesser (1106-1123)
  • Stephen (1123-1151)
  • William I (1151-1173)
  • William II (1173-1189)
  • Robert (1189-1192)
  • Constantine the Wicked (1192-1195)

Commonwealth of the United Estmerish Counties (1195-1737)

William IV, the Butchered, was killed during the Estmerish Civil War
  • Clovis I (1195-1218)
  • William I
  • William II
  • Clovis X
  • William III
  • Clovis XI
  • Clovis XII (1703-1730)
  • William IV (1730-1736)
  • Clovis Richard (1734-1737)

Estmerish Republic (1732-1737)

  • Presidium of the Twelve (1732-35)
    • Names
  • Military Dictator (1735-37)

Kingdom of Estmere (1737-1935)

Charles II

House of Vernon-Dryden

  • Clovis Richard I (1737-1769)
  • Henry (1769-1794)
  • Clovis Richard II (1794-1827)
  • Charles I (1827-1851)
  • William I (1851-1867)
  • William II (1867-1904)
  • Charles II (1904-March 1918)
  • William III (March 1918-1935)

Estmerish Authority (1927-1935)

  • High Warden Norman Name

Provisional Government (1935-1937)

Federated Republics of Estmere (1937-present)


  • note - presidents take office on the first of November
No Picture Name Term Tenure Presidential mandate Prime Minister(s) Affiliation
1 Air Chief Marshal Sir Arthur Harris.jpg Wolfgar Godfredson
- 1 January
11 November
Acting TBD (NUP) Independent
1 1 November
1 November
1940 — 72.4% TBD (NUP)
2 1 November
1 November
1945 — 68.3% TBD (SSP)
3 1 November
1 November
1950 — 63.1% (NUP)
The first President of the Federated Republics. During the Great War, he served as a high ranking general in the Estmerish Royal Army. He was active in operations which defended the Estmerish Panhandle from Entente advances and led the campaign to liberate Ashcombe. The Transitional Government appointed him unanimously to serve as acting president until the 1940 elections. Godfredson was immensely popular and won re-election in 1940, 1945, and 1950. He declined to stand again in the 1955 election. His tenure saw Estmere join the Community of Nations (1935), the United Nations of Euclea (1935), and the Euclean Community (1948). Oversaw the nationalization of the Estmerish railways, coal mines, and airlines.
2 Dwight D. Eisenhower, official photo portrait, May 29, 1959.jpg Henry Beaufort
4 1 November
1 November
1955 — (NUP) National Union Party
5 1 November
1 November
1960 — (NUP)
Beaufort was the first president from the NUP and oversaw the Gilded Years, a period of sharp economic growth under successive NUP governments. Despite the significant economic growth, inequality between the richest and poorest widened.
3 Harold Macmillan.jpg William G. Norcross
6 1 November
1 November
1965 — (NUP)
Eric Godwinson (P)
National Union Party
Close of the Gilded Years. Defeat of the NUP in the 1968 election. Beginning of the decline of Estmere has a global power.
4 Harold Wilson.jpg Eric Godwinson
7 1 November
1 November
1970 — (P) Progressives
8 1 November
1 November
1975 — (P)
Margaret Kingson (NUP)
First president from the Progressives and former prime minister. Party veteran deeply involved in the evolution from the Sotirian Social Party to the Progressives. Oversaw successive Progressive governments, implementation of Karlssonist economic policies, universal healthcare, and the start of the NUP-Progressive electoral alliance and coalitions. Continued decline of Estmere's global influence, tenure saw relinquishing of a number of foreign naval bases.
5 Major PM full (cropped).jpg Roger Williams
9 1 November
1 November
1980 — Margaret Kingson (NUP) National Union Party
10 1 November
1 November
1985 — John Braithwaite (NUP)
Coalition governments under Williams for the most part continued to implement Karlssonist policies. However, government spending was complicated by the Recession of 1986. During the recession, Prime Minister John Braithwaite announced controversial plans to switch from coal to nuclear power. This triggered the 1987 Estmerish political crisis. which saw the coal miners and students strike, subsequent violence, and Kiphill Massacre.
6 George Hammond.png George Hammond
11 1 November
1 November
1990 — (P)
Democratic Labour Party
First and only president from the Democratic Labour Party. DLP formed a coalition government in 1992, unseating the long-time Federal Appeal coalition. Despite the heavy infighting that plagued the DLP, Hammond avoided politics and maintained decent approval ratings. He was defeated in the 1995 election by a coordinated NUP-Progressive campaign.
7 Michael Portillo by Regents College cropped.jpg Rudy Fitzallen
12 1 November
2000 1995 — (DLP)
A carefully chosen candidate by the Federal Appeal, Fitzallen was a popular member of the Progressives' backbench. He was chosen to win back the presidency from Hammond. His tenure saw the Federal Appeal alliance return to power. He declined to stand for re-election.
8 Margaret Kingson.png Margaret Kingson
13 1 November
1 November
2000 — (P) National Union Party
First female president. Previously served as the first female prime minister.
9 Kenneth Clarke (2011).jpg Walter Eaton
14 1 November
1 November
2005 — (P)
William Avery (EF)
15 1 November
1 November
2010 — William Avery (EF)
Agatha Sharpe (P)
Sparred extensively with the Estmere First government elected in 2012. A number of public spats with Prime Minister William Avery. Broke with tradition and had a politically active presidency, rallying the opposition parties in a near-united front against the 2010 Euclozone Referendum. Ran against Avery's younger brother, George, in the 2010 presidential election but the race was uncontested by the other opposition parties. Played a significant role in the 20120 general election, extensively campaigning for the Federal Appeal alliance.
10 Secalbright.jpg Alice Roberts
16 1 November
Incumbent 2015 — 54.7% Agatha Sharpe (P)
Rupert Richardson (NUP)
Roberts was chosen as a compromise candidate by the Federal Appeal electoral pact. A former member of the Progressives, she served as a senior minister in previous coalition governments. She stood as in independent in 2015 and had the backing of both the NUP and the Progressives.

Constituent States

Predecessor States

Kingdom of Embria

Kingdom of Embria

Flag of
Embria at its greatest extent in 1176
Embria at its greatest extent in 1176
Common languagesEmbrian-era Estmerish
Old Verique
GovernmentAbsolute Monarchy
• 1084-1106
Richard I (First)
• 1123-1151
• 1173-1189
William II
• 1192-1195
Constantine (Last)
• Conquest
• Reorganization
Preceded by
Succeeded by
Swathish Petty Kingdoms
Estmerish Commonwealth

Embria (Embrian-era Estmerish: Æmyrġelond rice, the Kingdom of Embria) was the first unified Estmerish state. It encompassed most of present-day Estmere and was established in 1084 by Richard Harcourt. Emrbia was eventually dissolved and reformed following the close of The Anarchy and the establishment of the Estmerish Commonwealth in 1195.

Following the conquest of the Hennish Counties, a number of powerful Verique lords crossed the X River, waging war with the Swathish Petty Kingdoms located in the south of Estmere. By 1084, the majority of the region was brought under the control of the Verique, who were led by Richard Harcourt. Richard established himself as the Count of Catherby and was the brother of the powerful Duke of Zilverzee, granting him significant influence over the other Verique lords. After the Verique established control over present-day Flurland, Richard the Kingdom of Emrbia was established and Richard was crowned king. This resulted in the dispossession of the Swathish nobility and its replacement by a new Flurian-speaking aristocracy, leaving a profound impact of the Estmerish culture and language. During his reign as king, Richard I implemented a carefully balanced feudal system, maintaining the power of the crown while at the same thing relinquishing authority to his vassals. His reign was one of prosperity, generating significant wealth for the Emrbian nobility.

The Kingdom of Emrbia remained relatively prosperous over the next century. Various kings implemented further reforms that brought new wealth to the kingdom. Many of the remaining independent Swathish petty kingdoms were gradually conquered and brought under Embrian domain. Similar to the petty kingdoms conquered under Richard I, the Swathish nobility saw its lands seized and distributed to Verique nobles. Buckland was also conquered, however the Buckish elite aided the Verique in their conquest of the kingdom of SOMETHING. For their support, they and faced minimal dispossession and were left to govern the newly made Northmarch province for their Verique overlords.

Following the death of William II, the country descended into internal strife and began a period known as The Anarchy. Nearly a decade of civil war left the kingdom devastated, with many of the Harcourt heirs killed in the fighting. The instability ended when the Petty Council, led by Clovis Vernon, the Count of Tidmouth, revolted and overthrew the last Harcourt king, Constantine. This resulting in the end of the Embrian monarchy the establishment of the Commonwealth of the United Estmerish Counties.

Fighting Estmere

Fighting Estmere

Flag of
Free Estmere Flag.png
Flags of the Kingdom and the ELA
GovernmentGovernment in exile, provisional government over unoccupied and liberated territories
• 1929-1931
William III King
• 1929-1934
Edmund G. Norcross Prime Minister
• 1929-1934
Wolfgar Godfredson Commander of the ELA
• Fall of Ashcombe
• Liberation
Preceded by
Succeeded by
Kingdom of Estmere

Fighting Estmere, also known as Free Estmere and the Estmerish government-in-exile and later as the Estmerish Provisional Government, was the series of the Estmerish governments-in-exile during the Great War. Legally, it was known as the Kingdom of Estmere but this fell out of use as the war progressed. It was supported by its military forces, the Estmerish Liberation Army, that continued to fight against the Entente powers as one of the Grand Alliance after the fall of Estmere. The government originally fled north, to the city of Longwood, following the capture of the capital by Gaullican forces. Later, it was forced to relocate to Occupied Caldia. Fighting Estmere also operated extensively out of Werania, which was among its strongest supporters. The government-in-exile also organised and supported the Resistance in occupied Estmere.

Revolution of 1935-1936

Red Revolution
Tanks in the Cattle Market in Glasgow.jpg
Estmerish government tanks at the Haymarket in Morton amid unrest.
Date21st March-9th May 1936
(1 year, 1 month and 18 days)

Provisional Government victory

Flag of Prussia (1892-1918).svg Liothidian monarchy
Flag of Prussia (1892-1918).svg Military loyalists
Socialist red flag.svg Worker's Socialist Party
Socialist red flag.svg Popular Revolutionary Committees
Socialist red flag.svg Liothidian Socialist-Left Party
Socialist red flag.svg Military defectors
Commanders and leaders
Flag of Prussia (1892-1918).svg Kaiser Heinrich III  
Flag of Prussia (1892-1918).svg August-Wilhelm  
Flag of Prussia (1892-1918).svg Ernst von Meyer
Flag of Prussia (1892-1918).svg Wilhelm von Stanheim  
Flag of Prussia (1892-1918).svg Georg von Staffenhayn
Flag of Prussia (1892-1918).svg Horst Ferdinand von Arnim
Socialist red flag.svg Heinrich Schrader
Socialist red flag.svg Gustav Hohenstein
Socialist red flag.svg Wilhelm Jakob Vetter
Socialist red flag.svg Tomasz Beksiński
Socialist red flag.svg Tadeusz Jagielka  (WIA)
~32,596 loyalist soldiers, police and armed militia ~1.8 million protesters
180,000 soldiers, militia and police
Casualties and losses
2,559 killed or injured 4,889 killed or missing
22,000-55,000 people killed or executed by revolutionary groups throughout the revolution.