A History of British Politics According to Doctor Who

An Attempt to Unmuddle the Many Contradictions of the Show’s Political Canon

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Pre-War Britain

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Storm Warning introduced Ramsey the vortisaur, named for Ramsey MacDonald
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Churchill

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Churchill, the Eleventh Doctor and Amy Pond

“Churchill brightened up, lit one of his big cigars, gave me a victory sign, and went out and won the war.”

The Doctor, The Ultimate Adventure.

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Churchill’s adventures would continue in two box-sets from Big Finish
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The Turmoil of the 1960s

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The Counter Measures series offer insight into the politics of 1960s Britain in the Doctor Who universe.
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Thorpe, Williams, Callaghan and a Lot of Confusion!

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The Brig is challenged by “Jeremy” in The Green Death
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New Labour, Assassinations and the Beginning of the Chaos

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The Dying Days was Virgin’s final New Adventure novel
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The Golden Age?

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Harriet Jones. Prime Minister.

“Don’t you think she looks tired?”

The Tenth Doctor

The Saxon Ministry

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He even had time to write a book! A missed merchandise opportunity to be sure.
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Post-Saxon

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Deeper Chaos

Elections (1970 — 2012)

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