Prime Minister of Prittlewell

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Prime Minister of of The Kingdom of Prittlewell
Premierminister des Konigreiches Prittlewell (German)
Primo Ministro regini de Pritwell (Latin)
Incumbent
Grace Brewer

since 17 September 2018
Cabinet Office
StyleThe Right Honourable
Member ofThe Landtag (Precedent)
Cabinet
Council of State
National Security Committee
NominatorThe Landtag
AppointerThe Tsar of Prittlewell
Term lengthAt His Majesty's Pleasure
Constituting instrumentConstitution of the Kingdom of Prittlewell (1991)
Formation12 November 1991
First holderJohn Copes, First Duke of Kenilworth
DeputyDeputy Prime Minister of Prittlewell

The Prime Minister of Prittlewell is the highest - ranked elected official in the Kingdom and the second most powerful position behind the monarch. The position of Prime Minister was created in the Constitution of Prittlewell (1991) and has formed a part of the Prittlewellian Government ever since; As of November 2018, 18 individuals have held the office. Historically, during the reign of King Timothy I (1991 - 2013) the Prime Minister was the de facto leader of the Prittlewellian Government when monarchical power was significant but rarely used. Since 2013, when Timothy's successor, Tsar James I (a former Prime Minister himself) ascended to the throne the role and influence of the Prime Minister has decreased significantly. The Prime Minister is responsible for presenting nominees for Cabinet positions to the Tsar as well as serving as official secretary of the Cabinet and the Tsar's Chief Adviser. The Prime Minister is responsible for ensuring the passage of legislation through the Landtag (similar to the House/Senate Majority Leader in the United States) and represents the King in the chamber. The Prime Minister is typically, but not necessarily the leader of the largest party in the Landtag and serves until they lose a general election or the confidence of the Landtag. The Prime Minister can also be dismissed by the Tsar as has happened in March 2016 and May 2018.

List of Prime Ministers of Prittlewell (1991 - present)

John Copes, First Duke of Kenilworth (1909 - 1997); Liberal; 12 November 1991 - 22 August 1997 
Princess Melinda of Prittlewell (born 1969); Liberal; 22 August 1997 - 2 December 1998 (Acting)
John Rapp, First Duke of Kingston (born 1971); Liberal; 2 December 1998 - 27 October 2002
Lady Patricia Copes, Countess of Maitland (born 1936); Progressive; 27 October 2002 - 23 December 2007
Crown Prince James of Prittlewell (born 2000); Liberal; 23 December 2007 - 26 September 2013
Lady Alexandra Laherty (born 2001); Liberal; 26 September 2013 - 11 April 2015
Tom Tregenza (born 2001); Progressive; 11 April 2015 - 12 July 2015
Lady Patricia Copes, Countess of Maitland (born 1936); Progressive; 12 July 2015 - 16 August 2015
Grace Brewer (born 2004); Liberal; 16 August 2015 - 2 October 2015
Dr Nicole Rapp (born 1975); Liberal; 2 October 2015 - 24 November 2015
Tom Tregenza (born 2001); Liberal; 24 November 2015 - 6 January 2016
Jan Kenny (born 1947); Progressive; 6 January 2016 - 20 January 2016
Molly O'Meagher (born 2003); Liberal; 20 January 2016 - 13 February 2016
Conor O'Meagher (born 2000); Liberal; 13 February 2016 - 2 March 2016
Lord Jake Laherty (born 2003); Liberal; 2 March 2016 - 8 April 2016
Kathryn Caines (born 1991); Popular Alliance; 8 April 2016 - 3 October 2016
Grace Brewer (born 2004); Democratic/Conservative; 3 October 2016 - 19 June 2017
Lord Charles Hartwright, Viscount Linden; Conservative; 19 June 2017 - 23 July 2017 Chris Brewer (born 1970); Conservative; 23 July 2017 - 8 January 2018
Francesca Healy (born 1999); Labour; 8 January 2018 - 9 April 2018
Tess Rapp (born 1985); Labour; 9 April 2018 - 3 May 2018
Sir Tony James (born 1941); Conservative; 3 May 2018 - 17 September 2018
Grace Brewer (born 2004); Conservative; 17 September 2018 - 'Incumbent

Living Former Prime Ministers

As of December 2018, there are sixteen living former Prime Ministers excluding the incumbent, Grace Brewer who has served two previous non - consecutive terms. The Most recent former PM to die was John Copes, Duke of Kenilworth (1991 - 1997) who died in office on 22 August 1997.

- Lady Patricia Copes, Countess of Maitland (2002 - 2007; 2015); Born 13 July 1936 (Aged 82)
- Sir Tony James (2018); Born 1941 (Aged 77 - 78)
- Jan Kenny (2016); Born 9 July 1947 (Aged 71)
- Chris Brewer (2017 - 2018); Born 11 January 1970 (Aged 49)
- John Rapp, Duke of Kingston (1998 - 2002); Born 2 February 1971 (aged 47)
- Nicole Rapp, Duchess of Grange (2015); Born 12 December 1975 (aged 43)
- Therese Rapp, Duchess of Annandale (2018); Born 21 March 1985 (aged 33)
- Kathryn Caines (2016); Born October 1991 (aged 27)
- Francesca Healy (2018); Born August 1999 (aged 19)
- Tsar James I of Prittlewell (2007 - 2013); Born 8 September 2000 (aged 18)
- Conor O'Meagher (2016); Born 28 December 2000 (aged 17)
- Tom Tregenza (2015; 2015 - 2016); Born 18 April 2001 (aged 17)
- Lady Alexandra Laherty (2013 - 2015); Born 7 November 2001 (aged 17)
- Molly O'Meagher (2016); Born 8 October 2003 (aged 15)
- Lord Jake Laherty (2016); Born 30 December 2003 (aged 15)
- Lord Charles Hartwright, Viscount Linden (2017); Born 25 September 2006 (aged 12)