GOVERNMENT FORMALLY REQUESTS EXTRADITION OF EDDINGTON

Sanctus Secretary for Foreign Affairs, Brian Young, this evening announced that the government would formally request Lauchenoiria to extradite Jasmine Eddington to Sanctaria. Eddington, whose extradition to Kerlile was turned down today, is due to be released from Lauchenoirian custody. In a complete u-turn from off-the-cuff remarks made by Justice Secretary Eric Hill a number […]

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NEW MINISTERIAL CAR FLEET ORDERED

Sanctus Secretary for Governmental Affairs, Ben Jackson, today confirmed that the Government had placed an order for nineteen new ministerial cars to replace the current fleet, all of which are nearing seven years old. The nineteen customised Jaguar XR Sentinels are going to cost the Treasury approximately S£3.1 million. Explaining the decision in the House […]

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HENDRY TO EMBARK ON WHISTLESTOP REGIONAL TOUR

Sanctus The Chancellery yesterday announced that Chancellor Hendry would be embarking today on a 10-day-long tour across the International Democratic Union that will see, amongst other events, her visit Sanctarian peacekeepers in Lauchenoiria. The flesh-pressing tour, which will include a number of bilaterals, is designed to remind various new governments across the region of Sanctaria’s […]

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DHS TO BEEF UP DISASTER AGENCY AS STEWART ADMITS OFFICE FAILURES

Sanctus Homeland Security Secretary Kathryn Stewart today admitted that the Department of Homeland Security’s Office for Emergency Response has been “woefully under-funded and under-resourced” for years, which in part has led to consequences such as delays in combating forest fires, and flood management. Under questioning today at the Senate’s Homeland Security Committee, Stewart said that […]

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GOVERNMENT APPOINTMENTS POSTPONED DUE TO FEDERALISATION ISSUES

Sanctus A number of five-year-terms in government-appointed positions, due to end on February 28th, have been extended by a month because of confusion post-federalisation, Secretary for Governmental Affairs Ben Jackson confirmed today. The delay is because the the government has not yet finalised which positions should be disestablished and split among states, and when it […]

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