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The Right Honourable
Saracen's Fez
MP
Fez
Speaker of the Model House of Commons
Assumed office
July 2018
Preceded by DayneD89
In office
May 2016 – January 2017
Preceded by RayApparently
Succeeded by adam9317
Deputy Speaker of the Model House of Commons
In office
January – June 2018
Speaker DayneD89
Preceded by cranbrook_aspie
Succeeded by Jammy Duel
Leader of the Opposition
Assumed office
December 2017 – July 2018
Prime Minister CoffeeGeek
PetrosAC
Life_peer
Preceded by CoffeeGeek
Succeeded by WobblyBovine
In office
April – May 2016
Prime Minister Life_peer
Preceded by Life_peer
Succeeded by Quamquam123
Prime Minister
In office
July – December 2017
Preceded by RayApparently
Succeeded by CoffeeGeek
In office
November 2015 – April 2016
Preceded by RayApparently
Succeeded by Life_peer
Leader of the Labour Party
In office
July 2017 – July 2018
Preceded by RayApparently
Succeeded by WobblyBovine (acting)
Saoirse:3
In office
November 2015 – May 2016
Preceded by RayApparently
Succeeded by Quamquam123
Secretary of State for Education
In office
June – July 2017
Prime Minister RayApparently
Preceded by cranbrook_aspie
Succeeded by CheeseIsVeg
Chair of the Labour Party
In office
March – July 2017
Leader RayApparently
Preceded by Quamquam123
Succeeded by Obiejess
In office
October 2014 – November 2015
Leader RayApparently
Preceded by Mechie
Succeeded by Saoirse:3
Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs and International Development
In office
February – June 2017
Prime Minister RayApparently
Preceded by cranbrook_aspie
Succeeded by wolfmoon88
Member of Parliament
In office
February 2017 – July 2018
In office
October 2014 – May 2016
Government Chief Whip
In office
October – November 2015
Leader of the Opposition RayApparently
Preceded by adam9317
Succeeded by Saoirse:3
Shadow Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs
In office
July – August 2015
Leader of the Opposition RayApparently
Preceded by bun
Succeeded by bun
Secretary of State for Transport
In office
May – July 2015
Prime Minister RayApparently
Preceded by Mechie
Succeeded by Actaeon
Secretary of State for the Home Department
In office
February – July 2015
Prime Minister Superunknown17
Blue Meltwater
RayApparently
Preceded by Blue Meltwater
Succeeded by Aph
Secretary of State for Health
In office
October 2014 – February 2015
Prime Minister Superunknown17
Preceded by Hero-H
Succeeded by Obiejess
Secretary of State for Defence
In office
April – October 2014
Prime Minister That Bearded Man
Preceded by Qwertish
Succeeded by RotatingPhasor
Member of Parliament
In office
March – October 2014
Personal details
Known as Fez
Nationality Welsh/English
Political party None (Speaker) (since July 2018)
Former Political Affiliations
Labour Party (January 2017 – July 2018, May 2014 – May 2016)
None (Speaker) (May 2016 – January 2017)
Socialist Party (February 2014 – October 2014)
Residence Wales
Profession Student / pretend politician

Saracen's Fez (often known simply as Fez) is the current MHoC Speaker. He is a two-time leader of the Labour Party and Prime Minister, and has served in a number of cabinet and shadow cabinet roles, as well as as Deputy Speaker.

Early career (February 2014 – October 2014)

Saracen's Fez joined the Model House of Commons after stumbling across The Student Room in February 2014, making his first steps in the MHoC with a number of petitions, including most successfully on the topic of metrication, which he later realised in his first bill. Originally joining the Socialist Party, Fez became an MP in March. His early MHoC career was characterised by far-left views, including a controversial period as Defence Secretary.

In May 2014, Fez took dual membership of the Socialists and Labour after having been surprised at quite how left wing both the Socialists and Labour were. Eventually, in October 2014, he made the full defection to the Labour Party. During his time in the Labour Party his views moved gradually to the centre, and was soon viewed as a Blairite.

Chairship (October 2014 – November 2015)

Following the resignation of Mechie as Chair of the Labour Party in September 2014, Fez decided to stand in the election to replace him and the following month, became the new Chair. During late 2014 and 2015, Fez served in a variety of Cabinet and Shadow Cabinet roles including Health Secretary, Home Secretary, Transport Secretary and Shadow Foreign Secretary. In the MHoC Awards for the 21st Parliament, Saracen's Fez jointly won the Speaker's Award for his efforts during the referendum on the European Union that had taken place in September 2015.

Senior roles (November 2014 – May 2016)

Following RayApparently's resignation and subsequent appointment as Speaker, Fez replaced him as both Leader of the Labour Party and Prime Minister. He served as Prime Minister until the end of the 22nd Parliamentary Term.

Following Labour's decision not to attempt to form a governing coalition following the April 2016 general election, Fez became briefly Leader of the Opposition, before losing the Labour leadership to Quamquam123 in May. However, after the incumbent Speaker and long-term Labour colleague RayApparently was being defeated in a speakership confirmation motion, Fez decided to stand in the election to replace him. In his manifesto, he promised to introduce a continuously updated voting record, greater Speaker/Deputy collaboration, a recruitment thread in the UK Politics forum, and to ressurect the MHoC Twitter feed. His campaign slogan was '#FezWeCan'. In the first round of voting, Fez topped the table with 46.5% of the total votes. In the second round of voting, he retained his place at the top, getting 53.6% of the votes and beating Airmed to the position.

Speakership and return to the Labour Party (May 2016 – July 2017)

Saracen's Fez served as Speaker until January 2017, when he decided to resign. Much speculation built as to which party he would decide to join but he opted to return to the Labour Party. In February 2017, he was appointed Foreign Secretary. Whilst in this role, he released a statement of intent that laid out the government's plan regarding Brexit. Following the resignation of Quamquam123 as Chair of the Labour Party in March, Fez returned to the role when he was elected as his replacement. At the start of the 25th government, Fez was appointed Education Secretary.

Leadership return (July 2017 – present)

The second resignation of RayApparently as Labour leader and Prime Minister allowed Saracen's Fez to return to those roles. He saw out the 25th parliament as Prime Minister, before failing to form a government in the 26th parliament. This meant a return to official Opposition. In January 2018 Fez was elected Deputy Speaker in a tight race with his former coalition partner Afcwimbledon2, following the resignation of party colleague cranbrook_aspie from the role.

Second speakership (July 2018 – present)

After failing to win both power in the June 2018 general election and re-election as Deputy Seaker in the confirmation ballot directly afterwards, and having announced his intention to quit as party leader in the autumn, Fez took the opportunity to stand for Speaker again when DayneD89 resigned. Following a very tight runoff versus Tanqueray91, Fez was re-elected Speaker by a single vote.

Personal life

Fez lives in rural Wales and studies languages at Cambridge University, something which at one point became a running joke in the House. As a result he regularly speaks on Welsh affairs within the MHoC, taking a devolution-sceptic stance in his early years, before being won over to the other side and adopting a strongly pro-devolution stance, even going as far as to suggest independence.