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Bertie
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Anthony B.C. Wilson MP
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14/02/2019 10:08 am  

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Anthony Bertram Charles Wilson, MP for Darlington.
Parliamentary: 11
Media: 24
Policy: 6


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Bertie
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Anthony B.C. Wilson MP
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14/02/2019 2:16 pm  

Family Details

Kearsney in Kent,  1985 - Anthony Bertram Charles Wilson was born to his two parents and one older brother, Thomas Alden Gideon Wilson. His mother was 'true blue' and as housewife spent many hours helping the local women's Conservative association. Father, George T.R. Wilson worked as an executive bank manager in the Bank of England and was also a former Lieutenant Colonel in the British Army. His family regularly took him out to the country home, which during the crunch of the '80s was later sold and replaced with two rural cottages instead. His brother was involved the in the reintegration of Germany and the Eastern Bloc – including the subsequent ’98 Serbia conflict.

Education

Bertie attending boarding school in Worcester where every half-term he would be allowed to return home. He became a member of the rugby team, debating society and the cricket - Although his favourite past time was  His older brother left Eton and signed up to the army at fall of the Soviet Union. Bertie, too young, stayed on at school and when he reached the age his parents agreed to send him to Eton College. At Eton, he became a rather good Cricketer where he was signed for the College competitive side. His political machinations only emerged once he'd sat his first round of exams when he opted into economics, political theory and became a resounding wit at the debating society. Upon passing his entrance exams Bertie was sent to Oxford where he developed his knack for cricket into a near professional game - He was achieving largely being selected as a reserve batsman for Kent County Cricket Club at only twenty years old. His days of rugby ended once he became serious about his cricket, but he continued to keep politically active. During his time at Oxford, Bertie join the young Labour association and successfully, in 2005 ran the University campaign for Andrew Smith MP. He graduated in 2007 with a double first before spending two more years obtaining his Masters degree. In 2008, Bertie was involved in a car crash where he injured his leg. This put an end to his cricket career.

Politics

Having abandoned Cricket, Bertie decided to pursue politics and contested a safe conservative seat and failed. In the run up to the 2010 election, Bertie succeeded in achieving the shortlist for Darlington where Alan Milburn had announced he would not stand. In a close race between him and Jeremy Chapman he won the party vote by only half a percent. The existing ten thousand vote majority was cut in half as Labour were ousted from power, however, Bertie had successfully managed to increase Labour’s share of the vote in the constituency. He is the purveyor of the ‘Modern Labour to Modernise Britain’ group which aims to hold on to elements of New Labour whilst adapting greater reforms.

Anthony Bertram Charles Wilson, MP for Darlington.
Parliamentary: 11
Media: 24
Policy: 6


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Sinan
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14/02/2019 4:50 pm  

The bio looks great, I just need permission to see the sheet. Perhaps put a link that doesn't require it?

“Stalin: Stop sending people to kill me! We’ve already captured five of them, one with a bomb and another with a rifle… If you don’t stop sending killers, I’ll send one to Moscow, and I won’t have to send another” - Tito


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Bertie
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14/02/2019 5:06 pm  
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Character Creation
           
Welcome to the Politics UK character creation sheet. This will ask you for all the information you need to make a character and get started.

First thing - please make a copy of this sheet (go to "File", "Make a Copy") - this is now your own character sheet rather than the template. Then, just fill this in and post it on the forum and you're ready to go!

           
Personal information          
Character name   Anthony Bertram 'Bertie' Charles Wilson      
Avatar   TonyCampbell      
Party   Labour      
Age   28      
           
Education and work          
Highest level of education   Postgraduate      
Profession   Non-executive professional (civil servant, lawyer)      
           
Political career          
Constituency   Darlington      
Elected to Parliament   2010      
           
Scandal          
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Political questions          
           
Generally speaking, how does your character feel about:          
Spending cuts (or "austerity")   Unnecessary - austerity is a political choice      
Membership of the European Union   The EU needs serious reform, but on balance is a good thing for the UK      
Current levels of tax   About right      
Press regulation   Implement Leveson in full, including statutory regulation      
Constitutional reform   We need to park reform for now, but it is a long-term aim      
           
How did your character vote on the following since 2010?          
Same sex marriage   Aye      
Increase in university tuition fees to £9,000   Noe      
Military action in Syria   Aye      
EU referendum (2011 private members' bill)   Noe      
House of Lords reform   Aye      
           
Since elected, have you spent more time...   Getting out there in the press      
           
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Now that you have entered this information, the values below give your character's base level of experience. This is how you start the game. You can learn more about character experience here:
http://politicsuk.net/amiens/community/new-players/character-experience-system/
     
     
           
TOTAL EXPERIENCE   22      
           
Parliamentary   6      
Media   11      
Policy   5      
           
Remaining          
If there is no rounded way of dividing your total experience, then there will be a remaining point - you can put it anywhere, just enter in the adjusted number directly above
     
     
     

 

This post was modified 1 year ago 4 times by Bertie

Anthony Bertram Charles Wilson, MP for Darlington.
Parliamentary: 11
Media: 24
Policy: 6


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Bertie
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14/02/2019 5:19 pm  

What an awful mess, sorry.

Try here:

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If not, would the crudely posted copy of the table above suffice as I have low, if any, technical skills?

Anthony Bertram Charles Wilson, MP for Darlington.
Parliamentary: 11
Media: 24
Policy: 6


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Bertie
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Anthony B.C. Wilson MP
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17/06/2019 9:38 pm  

The end of such a brillaint, if not annoying, character. Adieu.

Anthony Bertram Charles Wilson, MP for Darlington.
Parliamentary: 11
Media: 24
Policy: 6


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