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I have archived the previous discussions here, as it was getting to be too much. Please continue or start new conversations below. Bryce III - ☕ Tea?Wintonia.png 10:29, February 16, 2017 (UTC)


The year is now 2021. There will have been fresh elections in both the UK and Scotland, and the military situation in both Spain and the Middle East will have changed drastically. Does anybody have any ideas on how to update this timeline in order to reflect this? Personally, I think that Miliband's government would just about maintain a majority in the Commons, with support from both the Lib Dems and Greens. Devolution referendums would have happened in the English regions and been successful in the North East, North West, Yorkshire, Cornwall and possibly the South West, West Midlands and East Midlands. In Scotland, the SNP would lose their majority due to scandals involving Alex Salmond. The SNP would likely remain in power, but would rely on external support and be led by Nicola Sturgeon instead of Alex Salmond. Just my ideas. AnonymousUser12345678910 15:28, 8 May 2021 (UTC)