As Sir Humphrey faces an ethical dilemma, he finds that he, too, has something to hide.
Hit sequel - Jim Hacker navigates the treacherous waters of government
Jim decides to reduce unemployment and desperate cases call for desperate measures.
The former Prime Minister's memoirs seem to portray Jim in very bad light.
To polish his public image, Jim wants the French to sign the Channel Tunnel agreement.
As a major crisis starts to brew. Is it time for action by a decisive prime minister?
Sir Humphrey meets the formidable Agnes Moorhouse, leader of a London Council.
Jim needs help over cuts to the Arts fund, but Sir Humphrey's a patron of the arts.
Jim devises a plan which presents Sir Humphrey with a conflict of interest.