EDWARD THOMAS - PRIME MINISTER

 

 

Edward Thomas is the British Prime Minister PM - an unusually honest Member of Parliament MP

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Edward John Thomas (Honest Johnson) is the British Prime Minister in this original story - he is a fictional character. He was (fictionally) appointed by King Charles III, as being the most honest politician the Royals had ever come across. Almost, a negative, after Boris Johnson's cabinet proved to be riddled with sleaze. But, the King, with William, the Prince of Wales, keen to try and clean up British politics, they thought Thomas, might be a breath of fresh air.

 

One of the first things the new Prime Minister wanted to eradicate, was the blight on transport, manifesting as potholes and ruts in highways across the land.

 

It was clear to the the PM that corruption in English Councils was out of control, from the visible evidence of rutted highways, despite a Road Fund from taxes, sufficient to make good twenty time over. Unlike the King, he is able to admit to that, in his quest to root out profiteering and install transparent practices, to help prevent Councillors, in particular, from undermining the system - aiming for more social equality. Which to his mind included halting the build of executive house with a high carbon footprint, in favour of genuinely affordable houses that were net zero. After, Sir Winston Churchill, following World War 2.

 

The PM is also opposed to fossil fuels, and drives a hydrogen fuel cell powered car by choice, with all his Government vehicles converted to run on green methanol. One of his goals is to provide energy to the British public, from renewable sources.

 

'Honest Johnson' vows to install a new level of transparency in the land. Hopeful that such measures might flush out procurement fraudsters, and planning opportunists. So, to give the UK a fighting chance to become a clean energy exporter.

 

Edward Thomas is alerted to the potential development of a robot soldier, built by a schoolboy, Jimmy Watson, from his backyard. That, and the fact his father is a General in the British Army, working in Germany for MI6, presents as a potential security issue. Where, young Jimmy is not bound by the official secrets act, as a minor. This little matter, brought to the PM's attention by His Majesty the King, and Field Marshall, Sir Rodney Dunbar.


 

 

MAGIC DINOBOT CAST

 

 

PROTAGONISTS

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Anthony Maximus Antonious Decimus Meridius

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The DinoBot hexapod AI activated, modern autonomous gladiator

Father Christmas

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Santa Claus

Field Marshall Sir Rodney Dunbar

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MI6 robotics & human enhanced soldiers R&D

Hannibal Henderson

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Physics teacher, Hailsham Community College

Jimmy Watson

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Programming boy genius

Julia Roberts

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A Mathlete & Jimmy's ally

Lady Penelope Moneysworth DBE

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Private Secretary to the King & Queen

King Charles III

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British & Commonwealth head of state

Marion Watson (Mrs)

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Wife of Timothy, mother of Jimmy, retired teacher

Peter Morgan

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Headmaster, Hailsham Community College

Queen Camilla

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Consort to King Charles III

Reginald Roger Rippengall

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Teacher, technical & IT, Hailsham Community College

Edward Thomas

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British Prime Minister, an unusually honest politician

President Lincoln Truman

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President of the United States of America

Timothy Watson

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British (MI6) Army General, stationed in Germany

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CHARACTERS: ANTAGONISTS

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Detective Harriet Rose Winter

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Special adolescent liaison officer

Harold Holland

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Chief Constable, Metropolitan police, Scotland Yard

Jamie Moonlight

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School chum of Johnny Baxter, bully & vandal who hates nerds

Johnny Baxter

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School bully, Jimmy's nemesis (The Johnson) 

Jack Mason

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US CIA operative, enhanced soldiers programme DARPA

Inspector Nigel Matthew Coltman

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Stationed at Deer Paddock, Hailsham

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