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A revealing insight into some of the more personal incidents in the lives of past British Prime Ministers and their relationships with one of the most famous houses in the world, Number 10 Downing Street.
Set in the year 1882 during Gladstone's administration, when he was entertaining politicians and prostitutes in Number 10. Whilst Englishmen were being murdered in Dublin, the Prime Minister was being tailed by police around London's brothels.
Exploring the financial problems that beset James Ramsay MacDonald, the first Labour prime minister.
During the First World War, whilst the Prime Minister David Lloyd George was busy fighting his generals as well as the Germans, his wife Margaret and his mistress Frances Stevenson, were fighting their own battle at Number 10.
Explores the Duke of Wellington's brief residence at Number 10. Despite his enormous popularity, he incurred the nation's wrath by appearing to sympathise with the Irish Catholics. His reputation was also damaged by rumours of his friendship with Harriet Arbuthnot.
The story of Herbert Henry Asquith's premiership and his fight to reduce the power of the House of Lords.
Shows Disraeli, the master diplomat and favourite of Queen Victoria, at the age of seventy-three entertaining beautiful and aristocratic sisters at Number 10.
William Pitt the Younger struggles against his fate - familial lunacy - while trying to govern the country and court the beautiful Eleanor Eden.
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