Tom Fletcher

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Tom Fletcher

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Society
Nationality Flag-United Kingdom.jpg British
Date of birth 10th Dec 2008,
Day 386
Date of death Year 2012 (est)
Residence Northern Ireland
Sex Male
Newspaper Cutting Edge
Politics
Congress member of Northern Ireland
25th November 2009 – 25th January 2010
Preceded by Final Destiny
Under Minister of Ministry of Work
5th January 2010 – 5th February 2010
Party president of The Unity Party
16th July 2011 – 15th August 2011
Preceded by Artela
Succeeded by Iain Keers
Military
Military rank Icon rank Commander**.png Commander**
Aircraft rank Airman 0.png Airman
This soldier has been Mentioned in Despatches by the eUK Military.

Tom Fletcher was a 2x The Unity Party congressman of Northern Ireland, a region of the United Kingdom, having been elected in November and December 2009, receiving the most votes in the region at both elections. Residing in the Northern Ireland, he was a highly active member of the community, with his own paper Cutting Edge News.

Background

Tom Fletcher was born on day 386 of the New World. Having played for a while, he left and rejoined on November 3rd 2009, helped by Graham Fortune. He signed up to the UK forums that very same day, and became a strong TUP (The Unity Party) supporter, to which he remains loyal til the end. He soon begun taking part in political debates, and was accepted as a Ministry Of Work Messaging Apprentice (and later Under Minister and Junior Minister) and has become a highly active member on the eUK forums and IRC channels. His username on both the forum and IRC channels is tomf60. He has been given the role of UnderMinister in the Ministry of Home Affairs, tasked with designing graphics for the ministry. This role ended on 5th March 2010, as Tom moved to allow him more time for his new position, as Defence Logistics Co-ordinator in the Ministry of Defence; having served effectively as a joint MoW with Meghan for a number of days whilst the Military companies were still listed under the MoW.

Political Views

A member of The Unity Party, Tom Fletcher had no strong economic political views, often leaving more experienced members to focus on that area. He believed in strong alliances with as many nations as possible, but always likes a war to keep the game refreshing and interesting. He often promoted unity and working together, and attempted to tie links between his congress region of Northern Ireland and the region of Scotland.

Career

Since his 'rebirth' in early November, Tom has taken an active role in many areas of UK life.

Tom Fletcher: Congressman

Tom Fletcher has been a member of congress for Northern Ireland, representing The Unity Party from November 2009 to January 2010. His policies were focused on bringing the region together, increasing activity and raising welfare standards for his citizens. He decided not to run in January 2010 or February 2010, wanting to focus for a while on his navy and political career elsewhere.

Tom Fletcher: Senator

Tom was the Northern Ireland Senator for Media (including tourism), who's duties involved him encouraging tourism to the area and running the Northern Ireland Social Benefit Office (NISBO)'s paper; The Norn Iron Tribune. As senator, he took part in decisions that affect the whole of Northern Ireland.

Tom Fletcher: Journalist

As well as running the NISBO paper, Tom also runs his own paper, Cutting Edge. This was mainly used to place his manifestos for congress each month.

Tom Fletcher: Soldier

Tom Fletcher was a serving member of The Royal Navy, previously serving on the congress ship HMS Daedalus, part of the Pacific Fleet, and as Lieutenant of the HMS Edinburgh (Antarctic Fleet). He served as tje Captain of the HMS Belfast (Antarctic Fleet).

Military Decorations

Royal Navy Service Medal

Great British Campaign Medal

Second Eastern European Campaign Medal

Amazon Campaign Medal

Logos

Military offices
Preceded by
Finnie Finlayson
Captain of HMS Belfast
7th February 2010 - ?
Succeeded by
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Preceded by
Head of Military Companies in the Ministry of Work
19th February 2010 - 27th February 2010
Succeeded by
Preceded by
Defence Logistics Co-ordinator in the Ministry of Defence
27th February 2010 - March 2010
Succeeded by
Preceded by
Commodore in the Ministry of Defence
March 2010 - April 2010
Succeeded by