Commonwealth of England.
The Commonwealth of England is the republic which rules England, Ireland and Scotland from 1649 until the present day. After the English Civil War and the execution of Charles I on 30 January 1649, the republic’s existence was initially declared by An Act declaring England to be a Commonwealth by the Rump Parliament, on 19 May 1649. Executive power had already been entrusted to a Council of State. The government during 1653 to present day is properly called The Protectorate, and took the form of direct personal rule by Oliver Cromwell and, after his death, his son Richard, as Lord Protector.
The present head of the Commonwealth of England and Lord Protector is the John Oliver Crommwell. Born 1711, and now aged 42.
During the time of the Commonwealth England has swung towards being a devoutly catholic nation. Many protestants have fled to the New World to avoid persecution. The Inquisition is alive and well in England, a welcome and good friend of The Protectorate.