therealpm: (Thinking)
Links to all posts in the 'Peter and the Wolf' rp-arc will be added to this post.

Posts with commenting disabled are part of the plot, but indicate private moments of which other characters are not necessarily immediately aware. Posts taking place in a specific room or at a specific time should have this noted in the title or at the head of the post. Chronology follows these stated times, not necessarily the order in which rp comments are posted.

A floor plan of Westminster Palace is available here.


Peter Mandelson: 28th August. Lab book.  A potion fails.

John Bercow: 30th August, 9:30 pm. Text to Peter.  'Are you safe?'
Paddy Ashdown: 30th August, 11:30 pm. At home. 'What's all this nonsense?'

Peter Mandelson: 31st August, 9:00 am. At home. Burglary and a spot of home redecoration.  Sudden transformation.
John Bercow: 31st August, 9:02 am. At a holiday camp.  Calling all magi.
John Bercow: 31st August, 2pm. Group text/Speaker's quarters at the HoC Repeat: calling all magi.  Hunting party.
Alastair Campbell: 31st August, 4pm. At Home.  Advice
John Bercow: Evening 31st August, Hyde Park The hunt begins
Frances D'Souza: Evening 31st August, Primrose Hill Capture and rescue

Peter Mandelson: 1st September, 7am. Parliamentary prison cell. Dazed and confused.
Alastair Campbell: September 1st, 1pm. Spare room in the Speaker's quarters. Also dazed and confused.
Dawn Primarolo: September 1st, 5pm.  Outside the parliamentary prison cell.  Irritated.
Fiona Millar: 1st September, 7pm. At home. Alastair, where the hell have you been?
Sally Bercow: 1st September, 7 pm. Speaker's House. What to do with the wolf?

Peter Mandelson: 2nd September, 7am. Prison cell. Paperwork
Fiona Millar: 2nd September, 7:45 am. At home. Operation rescue naked Peter.
George Osborne: 2nd September, 8:30 am. Constituency home. A call from Peter
John Bercow: 2nd September, 8:30 am. Speaker's House. Adoption arrangements
Sally Bercow: 2nd September, 11 am. Speaker's House. Guests arrive
John Bercow: 2nd September, Speaker's Office.  Emergency meeting.

Peter Mandelson:3rd September, 7am. Prison cell. Cabin fever.
Vince Cable: 3rd September, 7:30 am. Diary. Making arrangements.

Peter Mandelson: 4th September, 7am. Prison cell. Potion and a new portfolio.
Chris Bryant: 4th September, 1:30 pm. Stalker.
Jo Swinson: 4th September, 5:45 pm. Diary. New job.
Jeremy Brown: 4th September, 8 pm. Diary Reshuffle.

John Bercow: 5th September, 5am. Collaring and inspection.
Frances D'Souza: 5th September, 9:15 am. Voicemail.
Frances D'Souza: 5th September, 10 am. Inspection, release, recapture.

Peter Mandelson: 6th September, 6am. Prison cell. Reconciliation.

Peter Mandelson: 9th September, 8am. Prison cell. Rosy Dawn.

Dawn Primarolo: 10 September, 2:30 pm. Deputy Speakers Bitching Society. What it says on the tin.

Chris Bryant: 11 September, 5 pm. Officer's corridor. Save you from yourself.
Paddy Ashdown: 11 September, House of Lords. Return to London.
Frances D'Souza: 11 September, email. Assistance required.
Peter Mandelson: 11 September, Prison Cell. A visit from Paddy.

Peter Mandelson: 12 September, 2 pm. Prison cell. A 'friendly' visit.

Peter Mandelson: 15 September, 9:55 am. Prison cell. Cabin fever.

Sally Bercow: 16th September, 9pm. Speaker's quarters. Day of reckoning.

Peter Mandelson: 17th September, 5pm. Prison cell. Mostly harmless.

Sally Bercow: 19th September, 5:40 pm. Speaker's quarters. Trip to the petting zoo, Alastair?
Peter Mandelson: 19th September, 6pm. Prison Cell. Visitors.

Peter Mandelson: 20th September, 10 am. Prison Cell. Lord Fowler makes A Discovery.

Chris Bryant: 22nd September, 4:00 pm. Officer's Corridor. Agent Bryant, super spy.

Peter Mandelson: 23rd September, 5:30 pm. Prison cell. Peter and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day

Peter Mandelson: 24th September, 8:45 am. Prison cell. The Machine.

Peter Mandelson: 25th September, 9:30 am. Prison Cell. Everything hurts.
Fiona Millar: 25th September, 6:30 pm. At home. Salad and recap.

Peter Mandelson: 26th September, 9:10 am. Mandatory Excursion. Smells like Team Spirit.

Peter Mandelson: 27th September, 8 am. Prison cell. Walkies
Alastair Campbell: 27th September, 10 am. Home. Life is pain.

Sally Bercow: 28th September, Evening. Hercule Bercow.

John Bercow: 29th September, 9 am. Prison Cell/Speaker's House. Hide and Seek.

John Bercow: 30th September, 9 am. Speaker's House. A walk in the park.

John Bercow: 1st October, Speaker's House. Bedfellows

John Bercow: 4th October, lunch time. Prison cell. Prince in the tower.

Chris Bryant: 5th October, 7:30 am. At home. Hungover.
Peter Mandelson: 5th October, lunch time. Prison cell. Inspection II.
Peter Mandelson: 5th October, 10 pm. Prison cell. Unwelcome news. Unwelcome visitors.
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Nigel Evans: October 6th , 11:00 am. Speaker's Office. Take me out tonight.
Jacob Rees-Mogg: October 6th, lunchtime. A discreet locale. Lunch

William Hague: 8th October, 8 am. Hotel. Red boxes.
Peter Mandelson: Monday 8th October, 6pm. Prison Cell  Small consolation

Peter Mandelson: 9th October, 7am. Prison Cell/Speaker's House. The aftermath.
Sally Bercow: 9th October, 2pm. Speaker's House. RIGHTEOUS ANGER
Dawn Primarolo: 9th October. Notes. Werewolf apocalypse.

Peter Mandelson: 10th October, 11am. Prison Cell. Potions Master nerd.

John Bercow: 12th October, lunchtime. Prison cell. Cross examination.
Dawn Primarolo: 12th October, 3pm. Lords Speaker's office. Reviewing the situation.

Peter Mandelson: 14th October, 9am. Prison Cell. Where there's a Will, there's a way.

Peter Mandelson: 15th October, 7:30 am. Prison Cell. Signed off.

Peter Mandelson: 17th October, 8am. Prison Cell. Silver fox wolf.

John Bercow: 18th October, 8 am. Prison cell. Medicine man.

John Bercow: 19th October, 8 am. Prison cell. Deals with the devil.

Peter Mandelson: 21st October, 9 am. Prison cell. Birthday party.

John Bercow: 22nd October, 8 am. Prison cell. DRUGS! (are a Risky business)

Peter Mandelson: 25th October, 9am. Prison cell. Complications.

Peter Mandelson: 26th October, 9am. Prison cell. The naked truth.

John Bercow: 28th October, 8am. Prison cell. Audiobooks.

John Bercow: 29th October, 8am. Prison cell. Catatonic with laughter.
therealpm: (Haters to the left)
Millarbell Household

EDIT: reposted here.

*Fiona is in the midst of writing another irate letter to Michael Gove when the doorbell rings. She goes downstairs to answer it, shoos Molly away from the entry with her foot, and opens the door to find a courier waiting outside.*

*She knows they haven't ordered anything, so she's instantly wary- you wouldn't believe the shit some people feel entitled to send Alastair- but she relaxes when she sees the milk bottle he's set down on the step. Peter has obviously decided to keep Alastair for longer and has sent her the milk to make up for it. (Fiona knows better than to imagine that considerate gesture came from her partner.) It's mildly irritating they didn't consult her before changing their plans- Christ, they've probably gone off with Tony after all; there was some article about him in the Guardian this morning- but at least she doesn't have to go out for the milk.*

*The other package is more mysterious. A Christmas gift from Peter? Still, whatever it is it probably isn't an Iraqi flag soaked in blood. With a mental shrug, Fiona signs for it, tucks the milk bottle under her elbow, and takes the mystery box inside.*

Millarbells under the cut )

D'Souza's Office

*It's been a frustrating few days. The IT problems have persisted and multiplied, and her only comfort is that the House of Commons is every bit as affected as the Lords. If it were just the Lords afflicted the problems with the monitors and the annuciators might be added to the endless queue of deferred maintainence projects in the Palace of Westminster, accompanied by a few sniggering jokes about the eldery and their fabled discomfort with technology. But the Commons are ~important~. If MPs can't see the day's business on their office monitors they won't know when they have to come into the House to vote, which means they have to stay in the Chamber all day and actually listen to the debates. And of course ~that~ constitutes a national emergency, in their eyes.*

*John is under immense pressure to find a solution and fast, which means that Frances has an ally, albeit a pompous, ineffectual one. She hasn't yet managed to trace the interference back to Peter- indeed, she can't detect any hexes behind the IT problems at all- and John is no use at all when it comes to tracer spells. But the House of Lords adjourns tomorrow, which will give her a chance to concentrate on setting a trap for the arsonist instead of putting out the daily fires, and meanwhile John has promised to confront Peter. Frances isn't optimistic about the outcome of that meeting- Peter has John wrapped around his little finger and if he refuses to undo the hexes at her behest it seems very unlikely he'll do so at John's- but it can't hurt. She hopes. At the very least, John might be able to wring some information out of Peter that will help them to block the spells.*
More Speakerly business under the cut )

Any edits required, let me know in the comments.
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