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Continuing the struggle of Minster Jim Hacker to actually get something done in Whitehall politics, Yes, Prime Minister saw Jim achieve every politician's dream and slide up the greasy pole, right to the door of Number 10.
The PM is in favour of the plan to create civilian jobs by moving servicemen north, until Sir Humphrey hints that the Employment Secretary is plotting against him.
When the former PM's memoirs have to be scrutinised for security reasons, Jim receives a chapter that makes him look bad.
The sudden death of the former PM gives Hacker an opportunity to host a state occasion and to make sure his predecessor is dead.
As rumours spread of a scandal in the City, Sir Humphrey knows that the only way to avoid disaster depends on the new Governor of the Bank of England. But will the PM appoint the right man?
Hacker is having problems with local government, especially a member of Houndsworth Council, who wants to abolish parliament, the courts and the monarchy. Is it time for Hacker's Reform Bill?
The PM is to speak at the televised British Theatre Awards Dinner. Unfortunately, the Arts Council grant was less than generous and the Director of the National Theatre is introducing Hacker's speech.
The education system is a disaster. Jim could always axe the Department of Education. But what would Sir Humphrey say?
Hacker has committed the ultimate political sin - lying to the House. Humphrey feels he has a moral responsibility to tell the truth, unless Hacker can employ some gentle persuasion.
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