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There are over parliamentary candidates running for office at the general election. There is very little data available for the vast majority of these and most do not have a voting record as they have not served in parliament. If we were to include all candidates, a large proportion of profiles would be virtually blank, making the tool very difficult to use.
That being said, over the coming weeks in the run up to the election, we hope to add a number of non-sitting parliamentary candidates. These will be selected on a combination of public profile e. Alex Salmond, and their predicted likelihood of winning the vote in their constituency. If you would like information about candidates running in your area, please visit www. Fantasy Frontbench is a hopefully fun tool for gaining a better understanding of how Parliament operates as well as seeing how sitting MPs have voted in the last term of parliament and prior to this if they had a seat before the last term.
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Those people of the party sitting further back are in turn referred to as backbenchers. The political party in Government occupies the rows on the right hand side of as seen by the Chairman, also known as Speaker of the House of Commons or the Lord Speaker. Those benches on the left hand side of the Chairman are occupied by the opposition party, and therefore is the opposition frontbench, made up of shadow ministers of the Shadow Cabinet.
Independent and minority parties sit to the side and are referred to as crossbenchers. Welcome to Fantasy Frontbench, please see the instructions below for tips on how to use the tool:. You can either look at all politicians in the tool or just the ones from a specific political party or grouping e. To see a profile card for a politician, click the next to their name or the name itself. To add a politician, click the button to the right of their name.
Corresponding signs will then appear over each of the ministerial positions in your Frontbench. Simply click on the position in which you wish to put the politician to add them. Use these buttons to filter and sort politicians by their profile information. The age and parliamentary experience buttons are sorts which sort the list from high to low. To reverse the sort either click the again or use the above the list of politicians.
You can sort the politicians in the tool by they way they have voted in parliament on a wide range of issues. Click a category e. To reverse the sort, click the. To view an explanation of a voting issue, click the information icon to the right of it. The cabinet is a group of high-ranking government ministers selected to run the Departments of State, such as the Foreign Office, Home Office, Ministry of Defence and Treasury. The Prime Minister is the leader of the Cabinet.
The UK is divided into constituencies. Each constituency votes for a MP Member of Parliament who usually represents a political party in the House of Commons. It is possible, but unusual, for independent candidates to be elected in Britain. The elected MP represents everyone within their constituency, whether they voted for them or not. Although MPs win their constituency through the electorate all those eligible to vote in their area they are expected to show loyalty towards their political party.
It consists of the elected body of Members of Parliament. The Speaker is the presiding officer of the House of Commons. They are responsible for maintaining order during debate, and may punish members who break the rules. When taking up the role of Speaker, the selected politician must renounce all affiliation with his or her political party and remain strictly non-partisan throughout their tenure. It meets in the Palace of Westminster in London. Members of the House of Lords are not elected, but appointed to their roles.
Lords Spiritual sit in the house by virtue of the ecclesiastical role in the established Church of England. The Lords Temporal compose the rest of the membership, the majority of them being life peers who are appointed by the Monarch on the advice of the Prime Minister or the House of Lords Appointments Commission.
The rest are hereditary peers. Membership was once a birthright of all hereditary peers, but under the House of Lords Act the right to membership was restricted to 92 hereditary peers. The vast majority of hereditary peerages can only be inherited by males, only two of the 92 hereditary peers are currently women.
It is the supreme legislative mean law-making body in the United Kingdom, British Crown dependencies and British overseas territories. It possesses legislative supremacy, thereby ultimate power, over all other political bodies in the UK and its territories. This frontbench features the youngest 22 politicians who were sitting during the last term of Parliament This frontbench features the oldest 22 politicians who were sitting during the last term of Parliament This frontbench features those politicians who were sitting during the last term of Parliament with the highest combined number of years service as MPs.
The shadow opposition cabinet comprises the 22 politicians selected by the Leader of the Opposition. As this is the case, we have put Gloria de Piero in this position. This was the latest Conservative-Liberal Democrat coalition Cabinet. Under the Coalition Agreement it was decided that based on the number of seats both parties received at the general election, that 16 Conservatives not including the Prime Minister and 5 Liberal Democrats would form the cabinet.
This frontbench features only female politicians who were sitting during the last term of Parliament. Where possible, we have tried to select an equal number of MPs from each party. During and , a number of MPs voted very strongly for a bill and some amendments to bills which would make same-sex marriage permissible in the UK and for those serving in the UK armed forces overseas. This frontbench features 22 MPs from across as many parties as possible who voted very strongly for this.
These 22 politicians all attended state secondary schools of one form or another. It is to the Conservative party's lasting discredit that Ken Clarke was never given the chance to lead it. In this cabinet he is charged with managing, along with Brexit Minister Angus Robertson, the Brexit process in as harmless and seamless a manner as possible.
Brexit means Brexit but Ken's Brexit will be different from that upon which Theresa May is currently embarked. Robertson, an adept negotiator and strategic thinker, is also a rare British politician who can speak German, a useful skill in these times. Elsewhere, this is a cabinet dominated by One Nation liberal conservatives, with the addition of an Orange Book liberal at the Home Office and the best of Labour: This will, however, be a reforming cabinet with Michael Gove returned to education and Alex Salmond to lead a new industrial strategy that might actually amount to something.
Stephen Crabb will put a human face to necessary welfare changes. Most of all, however, this is a cabinet for a country that's more at ease with itself than it believes. A moderate, intelligent, decent government for a moderate, intelligent and decent people. As a Labour activist, my cabinet was always going to be largely Labour. But it's also a reflection of the talent that Labour has in its ranks that there are some great people I've had to leave out.
Labour is having a terrible time of it right now, but this exercise has been strangely uplifting. We may feel a long way from power, but we have the talent to one day get there again.
Leanne Wood is a bit of a wild card. I love her voice, I think she has interesting thoughts to offer - though I can't abide nationalism as a philosophy. It's as much a cabinet I'd like to hang out with as it is a cabinet where I've tried to go beyond factionalism and think about the policy strengths of the individuals.
What would I like seeing them get excited about? Who do I want in charge. Jess Phillips is one of the best arse kickers I know and Caroline Flint is tough, thoughtful and hilarious. With them as PM and Whip, we'd be laughing all the way to the lobby - or else.
My fantasy frontbench is a good mix of the steady, the sensible and the unspeakably controversial. This is to make sure that although the country still has a safe pair of hands in charge, there is plenty of opportunity to keep parliamentary sketch and comment writers busy, hopefully also providing a boost for the dying print industry.
You can see straight away that Nick Clegg is Brexit Secretary. Multilingual Nick can secretly stop brexit at the negotiation table and charm Britain's way permanently back into the EU before anyone realises.
That's if he doesn't capitulate in the first 5 minutes like he quite correctly did in the coalition. We have several plain speaking no nonsense types who will quite happily tell it like it is and just answer the bloody question!
Jess Phillips, Mike Dugher and Philip Davies especially will not care one jot if their blunt statements get the full pitchfork treatment from the twitter mob or, more likely, colleagues. I am also not ashamed to say that I'm a firm believer in nominative determinism, which is why we have Lamb in Food and Rural Affairs and Brokenshire in Local Government.
An anti-austerity socialist and British Army veteran, Lewis serves as a unity candidate who would appeal to the Labour grassroots and command the respect of the Parliamentary Labour Party — and the public at large. I would also appoint her as Deputy Prime Minister.
There are other holdovers from the current Shadow Cabinet, but also new Labour intakes. Boris would be Deputy PM just to cheer up the country, Farage goes to the Foreign Office to be in charge of their excellent wine cellar and the Brexit. Their national exits from English taxpayer subsidies to be their policy priority. Priti Patel will go to the Home Office to oversee the return of capital punishment for paedophile kiddie killers.
LibDem John Hemmings to Justice to open up the secret courts. Michael Gove to the MoD to oversee a more realpolitik approach to defence policy in the Middle East in particular.
Sajid Javid to the Exchequer with Steve Baker as chief secretary with responsibility for monetary reform. Following an admittedly shoddy backroom deal the newly enobled Lord Al Murray will go to Culture. The Green Prime Minister has fellow party colleagues Ann Duncan and Chris Ball in Enviromnent and Energy departments respectively, to fast-track critical climate change policies.
Douglas Carswell brings wisdom to the Ministry of Justice, Dennis Skinner experience as Leader of the House, and the impressive Nicola Sturgeon isn't short of patriotism as Scotland Sec - though she won't have much say in the speedy Barnett formula abolition.
Speaker John Bercow and lefty-legend Dennis Skinner add colour to a coalition of stability, equality and humanity. I've gone for the genial David Davis as Prime Minister, which isn't so far-fetched because he would be if the Tories hadn't had a collective meltdown in in choosing a bedwetter as their party leader.
Two ministers stay where they are in my reshuffle, Eric Pickles for having the courage to clamp down on sock puppets in local government, and Chris Grayling for being the most prominent MP to vote against plain packs. Two Labour MPs are included, in the form of Kate Hoey who has always been uncharacteristically liberal for her party, and Simon Danczuk is Justice Secretary for his dogged work on child abuse.
In the regions, ex-Labour brawler Eric Joyce is responsible for slapping some sense into Scotland, while Guto Bebb takes on the Welsh job and Ian Paisley Jr can start work on getting back the jobs lostrecently in Northern Ireland thanks to stupid government interference. At health, I have Mark Pawsey to be a firm hand over the NHS and to ensure e-cigs are kept out of overweening regulation, while Nigel Farage takes Culture Media and Sport to oversee a renaissance for pubs with an amendment to the smoking ban, amongst other fun tasks.
Sound as a pound Steve Baker is my Chancellor for his experience in the City, and last but not least, our esteemed mascot is, of course, Leader of the House. See Benji's commentary on his cabinet selections: I implemented extensive emphasis on the importance of diversity of both age and It was also vital that my collection of MPs were superlative in the fields with which they have been associated, therefore justifying why Sadiq Khan is the Home Secretary.
In addition to this, there is an assortment of both state and private schooled MPs alongside more of my frontbench consisting of non-Oxbridge educated MPs instead of the opposite.
As you can probably tell, there is no outright majority in terms of a political party in my frontbench — this is primarily to mirror the fact that the upcoming general election is completely unpredictable. I wanted a government that was respected, trustworthy and full of potential.
My attempt at enhancing the representation of different parts of the country is also evident in the choices of MPs from diverse constituencies and from all corners of the UK — you can probably tell of my advocacy for representation by now!
This is really, really hard. I know it's my choice but with an eye on what's happening and on the polls, I've been clear about getting over the idea of a single monolithic party governing us.
Coalitions are a good thing. They mean we can draw on a wider set of skills and moderate a single over-bearing faction or party.
As the sole voter, I wanted a government that is going to be socially responsible and progressive. I wanted a government to look after people before it looks after corporations, banks and tax evaders.
But people also need jobs and small businesses need support too, so I want a cabinet who understand business. I've retained a few people from the current government, promoting or, in two cases, restoring cabinet rank. They are politicians I rate highly. I've aimed for a good gender balance but the And it's all still a bit white and middle class but that's the point - the parliamentary chamber doesn't really look like the country it represents. Most of my selections are based on merit.
Some actually seem like a good fit for their new role based on experience. Some have proven themselves already as ministers or shadows. A few are based on people I think are competent and worth having around the table, but I couldn't quite find the right place for them. I've let the Greens loose in the top paddock so that can sort out the badgers, foxes and farmers.
I've chosen a minister responsible for each devolved nation from a local party; Plaid, SNP, Alliance that one was trickier. The principle is that they know best what their country needs but it won't be a free run, cabinet is about collective responsibility. And chucking a few foxes into the tired old hen house seemed like a good idea. Hence my choice of prime minister. This is a reward for authenticity and passion but also because she has real leadership experience.
My apologies to Scotland for stealing Nicola, it was close call between her and Dennis Skinner. Skip this step See more instructions See examples. With a number of exciting developments on the horizon, we are currently looking for volunteers to work on the main site, as well as a number of spin-off tools and services. Start adding politicians to your frontbench by clicking the next to a politician's name followed by the cabinet seat you want to select them for.
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Robertson, an adept negotiator and strategic thinker, is also a rare British politician who can speak German, a useful skill in these times. But I love being busy and enjoy working hard and am great on the finer details so where they got that mis-perception from, who knows?
Public Whip have created a formula for calculating how strongly MPs are in favour of Policy which takes into account how they have or have not voted on the individual votes which relate to that Policy. The Green Prime Minister has fellow party colleagues Ann Duncan and Chris Ball in Enviromnent and Energy departments respectively, to fast-track critical climate change policies. This frontbench features the oldest 22 politicians who were sitting during the last term of Parliament
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