This is a party political roleplaying sim.
We would like to welcome you to the political simulator, ''Rule Britannia''. This is a forum based political simulator, which simulates the procedures of the United Kingdom Parliament. Here its the place where you can be a Member for Parliament and represent your voters on the House of Commons, the Press and inside your Party. You can play as a member of the Government, on Labour, as a member of the Most Loyal Opposition, on the Conservative Party and as a Liberal Democrat. .
Join the government or join the opposition, work your way up the ranks, make a name for yourself and help your party achieve the goal of government!
Debate with other players on policy, bills before Parliament and on how best to run the country. How should the National Health Service be reformed? How do you reduce crime? what should Britain's schools look like?
You can take control and see if you can be better than the government in running the country. Get the press on your side, tweak the budget and handle crises that may arise. You too can experience politics at it's best (and worst!!!)
The Power To Govern is a new online simulation of the British political system, presently set in 2007 and onwards and hosted by Proboards forum technology.
Become an MP in Britain and take on the responsibilities of your constituency
You can join up as members of the British government and rise through the ranks until your party achieves more seats, maybe even as the government. Maybe you will even be the Prime Minister
We are a new community but we hope that you will stay with us and develop this game to one of the biggest political simulators.
The game timeline is currently set in 2007.Play as Government and show your abilities while you are leading the country or be in Opposition and prove that Labour should not be on the government. Who will win? This is entirely up to you.
It does not matter if you are not British, or do not understand British politics, you will learn
Until then, here is a little video about British politics: