Yes, Prime Minister: Series 1 DVD

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With European economies going down the toilet, a tempting energy deal from an unusual source, a leadership crisis with his coalition partners, a Scottish independence referendum and the greatest moral dilemma he has ever faced... there's lots for Hacker to deal with. The ultimately powerful but beleaguered Prime Minister is once again 'assisted' by his impenetrably loquacious Cabinet Secretary, Sir Humphrey Appleby, and torn but sensible Principal Private Secretary, Bernard Woolley. There is one person definitely on his side though: Policy Unit Head, Claire Sutton.... The six episodes are set in Chequers, the country residence of the Prime Minister and observe the unfolding drama as Hacker tries to negotiate Britain out of a financial crisis. [show more]

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Released
25 February 2013
Directors
Actors
Format
DVD 
Publisher
2 Entertain 
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Runtime
177 minutes 
Features
PAL 
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5014138608095 
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With European economies going down the toilet a tempting energy deal from an unusual source a leadership crisis with his coalition partners a Scottish independence referendum and the greatest moral dilemma he has ever faced there&39;s lots for Hacker to deal with The ultimately powerful but beleaguered Prime Minister is once again &39;assisted&39; by his impenetrably loquacious Cabinet Secretary Sir Humphrey Appleby and torn but sensible Principal Private Secretary Bernard Woolley There is one person definitely on his side though Policy Unit Head Claire Sutton The six episodes are set in Chequers the country residence of the Prime Minister and observe the unfolding drama as Hacker tries to negotiate Britain out of a financial crisis

All six episodes from the first series of the rebooted satirical Whitehall comedy. This time around, Prime Minister Jim Hacker (David Haig) faces some of his sternest tests as he tries to deal with the worsening ecomomic crisis, a challenge to his leadership and a Scottish independence referendum. Needless to say, 'help' is at hand in the shape of scheming Cabinet Secretary Sir Humphrey Appleby (Henry Goodman), the Whitehall mandarin who is only too happy to pull Hacker's strings to further his own agenda.