Timeline of global events in Jacobite Glory since 1688
- 1 1680s
- 2 18th Century
- 3 19th Century
- 4 20th Century
- 4.1 1900s
- 4.2 1910s
- 4.3 1920s
- 4.4 1930s
- 4.5 1940s
- 4.6 1950s
- 4.7 1960s
- 4.8 1970s
- 4.9 1980s
- 4.10 1990s
- 5 21st Century
January 1 - King James VIII & III of England, Scotland and Ireland dies at the age of 78, after 65 years on the throne. His son succeeds him as Charles III.
May 27 - King Charles IV of England dies at the age of 90, after 57 years on the throne. His son succeeds him as Charles V.
At the Scottish general election the Labour Party under Michael James Stewart win a landslide victory.
At the English general election the Social Democrats win a landslide victory.
At the Scottish general election the Labour government is re-elected, forming another majority government.
March 10 - Anthony Edwards becomes Prime Minister of England
March - Morgan Evans is elected leader of Cymru Fydd, and subsequently becomes Prime Minister of Wales
May - The National Party led by Anthony Edwards wins the English general election
May - In England Prime Minister Anthony Edwards leads his National Party to a sixth successive electoral victory
May 20 - Anthony Edwards stands down as Prime Minister of England after 8 years, he is suceeded by John Cattermole.
May - The Social Democrats led by Arthur Brown win the English general election
September 26 - Queen Charlotte I of England dies. Her son succeeds her as William III.
March - James Bell resigns as Prime Minister of Scotland, he is suceeded by Gordon Reid
February 6 - King Alexander V of Scotland dies at the age of 95, after 59 years on the throne. His son succeeds him as Alexander VI.
March - Arthur Brown resigns as Prime Minister of England.
February 18 - King Alexander VI of Scotland dies. His grandson succeeds him as Alexander VII.
February - At the English general election the Social Democrats under James Newton defeat the incumbent National Party government
March - Scottish Prime Minister Andrew Fraser resigns, he is suceeded by John Cunningham.
May - At the English general election the National Party under Megan Taylor win a landslide victory
March 5 - Princess Charlotte of England (Later Charlotte II) marries Prince Niccolo of Italy.
May - At the English general election the National Party under Megan Taylor are re-elected for a second term, with a substantially reduced majority.
May - At the English general election the National Party under Megan Taylor are re-elected for a third term.
The summer olympics in London are held.
March 14 - King William III of England dies. His daughter succeeds him as Charlotte II.
November - Megan Taylor is ousted as Leader of the National Party and Prime Minister of England by Richard Palmer
May - following the Welsh general election Cymru Fydd led by David Jones return to power.
May - Following the Scottish general election Karen King becomes the youngest and first female Prime Minister of Scotland
June - In England former Prime Minister Stacy Silverman challenges Felix Trevelyan for the National Party leadership, defeating him.
May - Stacy Silverman leads the National Party to an electoral victory in the English general election, defeating incumbent Social Democrat Prime Minister Tony Miller