The Right Honourable Vincent Shaw MP
Portrait of Prime Minister Shaw
Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
In office
August 17, 2034 – May 8, 2037
Monarch King George VII
Preceded by Nigel Farage
Succeeded by Jim McMahon
Leader of the British People's Party
In office
August 15, 2034 – May 8, 2037
Preceded by Nigel Farage
Succeeded by Annunziata Rees-Mogg
Chancellor of the Exchequer
In office
May 5, 2032 – August 17, 2034
Preceded by Richard Tice
Succeeded by Christina Jordan
Leader of the House of Commons

Lord President of the Council

In office
November 8, 2030 – May 5, 2032
Preceded by Annunziata Rees-Mogg
Succeeded by James Glancy
Chief Whip of the House of Commons
In office
July 7, 2028 – May 5, 2032
Preceded by Paul Nuttall
Succeeded by John Tennant
Member of Parliament for Rochester and Strood
In office
May 7, 2024 – August 19, 2037
Preceded by Kelly Tolhurst
Succeeded by Robert Shaw
Personal details
Born Vincent Federick Shaw, July 31, 1984
Nationality British, English
Political party Brexit (2019-2022)

British People's Party (2022-)

Spouse(s) Alexis Shaw

(m. 2020)

Children 1, Robert Shaw

Vincent Shaw (born 31 July 1984 d. August 19, 2037 aged 53) is a British politician who served as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom and Leader of the British People's Party Party from 2034 to 2037. Previously Chancellor of the Exchequer in the Farage Government from 2034 to 2037, he was Member of Parliament (MP) for Rochester and Strood from 2024 until his death in 2037. He is famous for his hardline right-wing policies and the corruption & murder charges that brought him down and the BPP.

Early Life

Backbencher in Opposition

Backbencher in Government

Chief Whip

Shaw exploits his position as Chief Whip to leak inside information to the press to undermine Farage, ultimately forcing the Prime Minister to promote him.

Leader of the House

Chancellor & Bringing Down Farage

Leadership Contest

Shaw defeated Deputy Prime Minister Annunziata Rees-Mogg in the BPP leadership race by 2% of the vote after advancing to the final 2 with her. He won the MP's ballot by promising cabinet positions and as later found out, threatening to leak unflattering facts about his colleagues that he learned as Chief Whip.


Corruption Charges

Election 2037

Post Premiership


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