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Anglestonian-Pecunian Commonwealth

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|religions = Anglican Christianity
|demonym = British, Brit, British Imperial
|government = [[Constitutional Monarchy]], [[DictatorshipChristian Socialist]](De jure)
|head of state = Empress and Queen Elizabeth (Queen Elizabeth II of England)
|head of government = Imperial Governor Daniel LyonsPrime Minister (vacant)
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During the first days of the year, there was a crisis in Pecuniam, where there was an unrecognised republican government whilst the British Empire recognised the Pecunian monarchy. This was resolved on the 4th of January, creating two Dominions, a Republican one and a Monarchist one. This was short lived however, as there was a second coup, resulting in a Grand Marshal who united the two Pecuniams and Proletistan as the Dominion of Great Pecuniam. Later, the Grand Marshal introduced a new currency called the Pecunian Florin. On March 2018, the Dominion of Great Pecuniam increased in size by approximately 165 square feet. On the 21st of July 2018, a "Second Constitution" was created, with the first constitution remaining in place. This second constitution established the role of Prime Minister and established an elected Parliament. The powers of the Imperial Governor were significantly reduced. Due to an anomaly, legislation needed to be voted on by parliament, which wouldn't form until the Parliamentary Elections were over on the 1st of October, meaning that until then, no legislation could be passed, and the British Empire effectively had no Head of Government.
==Foreign Relations==
The British Empire's culture is almost identical to British Culture. The Empire aims to have intensely British culture, to a point where British culture in the empire is more prominent than in most of the UK itself. The British Empire's culture is noticeably old fashioned, with Imperial Units and pre-decimal coins being used. The British Empire is a monarchist society, with three constituent monarchies within it, two of which are absolute monarchies.

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