George S (Essexia)

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Detective Inspector George of Essexia
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Official Cabinet Photo
c. July 2019
Minister of Education
In Office
1st January 2019 - 29th July 2019
Predecessor None
Successor Lord Tolu
Monarch Emperor Terry
Appointed by Lord Matthew
In Office
5th January 2020 - 26 March 2020
Predecessor Crown Minister Tolu
Successor Lord Sam
Monarch Emperor Terry
Appointed by Earl Finn
Minister of Justice
In Office
29th July 2019 - 5th January 2020
Predecessor Crown Minister Ben (S)
Successor Emperor Terry
Monarch Emperor Terry
Appointed by Lord Jacob
Lord of Essexia
In Office
2018 - 10 February 2020
Predecessor None
Successor Unknown
Monarch Emperor Terry
Appointed by Lord Matthew
Personal information
Born 26th August
Chelmsford, United Kingdom
Citizenship Essexian
Nationality British
Residence Bicknacre, Essexia
Occupation NIS Detective Inspector

Detective Inspector George of Essexia was a Lord in the Commonwealth of Essexia's Parliament, and is currently an NIS Officer. He is a member of the Old Guard Party, and was briefly a member of the WAR Party during the Grey Weekend. He was voted out of the Parliament by a majority on the 10th February 2020, leading to a by-election that never took place due to the First Minister Lord Jamie declaring a general election for the 1st March 2020.

His continuing strides in helping the masses of Essexia is reflected in his multiple tenures as Minister of Educating, as well as his long term as Minister of Justice. He is a popular figurehead to the public, and is not afraid to make his thoughts clear. However, he is equally respectful, and is well known for his humour. In Dean Network broadcasting, he has famously played the part of 'Dave the Plumber', a satirical representation of a charismatic yet bigoted local plumber that has been interpreting as greatly representing the actor himself, minus the bigotry.

George (Far right) portraying Dave the Plumber in the one-off TV movie 'Cooking with Stacie Brockman'.