|Realm of New Britain Election, 2009|
|December 25th 2009|
|Nominee||Charles York||Matthew J Khulutatam||Ablehbu Umskoo|
|Party||British Imperial Party||Labour Party||Conservative Party|
|Home state||Sunday's River Valley||Camdeboo||Blue Crane Route|
|Running mate||Bernard Umgwabi||Mbulelo Sogoni||Paul Smith|
|General election results map.|
Prime Minister before election
Matthew J Khulutatam
Elected Prime Minister
British Imperial Party
After the various debacles of the previous year the existing government began to collapse. Because of this King Andrew used his Royal Prerogative to call another general election. Also the NBBC began to gain greater independence from the government. With this greater independence, party political broadcasts were allowed for the first time since Doomsday, meaning that many lesser known parties came to the fore. The British Imperial Party is becoming increasingly loud in its criticism of the government and its 'pandering' to the League of Nations. It calls for a greater union in South Africa which many British voters concur with.
On Christmas Day the general election was called and the BIP rose to the top in a landslide, with a majority that now dominated Parliament. It remains to be seen whether their promises will be kept.