04/04/18 - 05/06/18
|Born||Chester-le-Street, United Kingdom|
|Political party||New Monarchists|
|Allegiance||Sorrenian Royal Army|
It is a political norm in Sorrenia to adopt an alias, utilising a pseudonym and alternative portrait. Peter's portrait is that of Saint Cuthbert; Thomas' surname also refers to Cuthbert, who is often portrayed with sea animals.
War of the Sorrenian Succession
Peter began his Sorrenian career as a minor figure in the Royal Army during the War of the Sorrenian Succession. Whereas figures such as Michael Disraeli and Phillip Pompeia were propelled by their contribution during this period, Peter remained largely unknown until after the war.
MP for Chester-le-Street
Peter was able to secure the nomination of the New Monarchists for the Chester-le-Street seat. A predominantly working-class and traditionally left-wing town, Peter was seen as unlikely to win the seat. However, he was elected by a margin far larger than was expected by his colleagues.
This was largely attributed to his campaigning abilities, earning him a seat and personal friendship with leading figures, including King Ronald.
Minister for Religion