Cross posted from the Tribune With Vivian Fellows Welcome to another edition of 'Politics! Britannia!'. It is our personal goal to always bring you the most relevant interviews with the kingdom's movers and shakers. Governor Thomas Jameison of Jhelom will be joining us to talk about all the recent events: from peace negotiations with Nujel'm & Skara Brae to whether our kingdom should ever support slavery. The governor was kind enough to sit down with us shortly after the naval summit at Bordermarch. Vivian Fellows: Greetings Governor. Thomas Jameison: Greetings my friend. VF: Thank you for agreeing to stay after the treaty negotiations to have this interview. TJ: *nods* VF: The Tribune and its readers greatly appreciate it. VF: *looks at his papers and then folds them* VF: Well, all my questions are now old news after that meeting and the possible developments between Skara Brae and Jhelom TJ: *nods* VF: Before we get to that, lets start with the meeting. VF: The princess left feeling insulted. VF: How does Jhelom feel regarding the issue of servitude based on debt.. or well.. in honesty.. slavery? TJ: We oppose it, no, we abhor it is a better description. TJ: While we cannot agree or even condone the laws of Nujel'm, we reserve the right to act in our own lands in accord with our conscience. TJ: If someone escapes and comes to Jhelom, they will be offered sactuary with or without a treaty. VF: Speaking on that, you say Jhelom cannot agree or even condone the laws of Nujel'm, do you feel Britannia should even be in negotation with such a nation for a treaty such as the one on the table?...... .....This Politics! Britannia! interview continues here.