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Fatal Extraction 

During a television debate Alan B'Stard MP, Member for Haltemprice, falls foul of fellow panelist Georgina Pitt, militant leader of Hackney Council....

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Alan B'Stard
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Piers Fletcher-Dervish
Suzette Llewellyn ...
Georgina
Bernard Gallagher ...
Chief Whip
Nick Stringer ...
Bob Crippen
Allan Hargreaves ...
Himself
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Annalena
Terence Hillyer ...
Larry
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Mr. Speaker
Alan Hardwick ...
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B'stard discovers that thee is oil under Hackney marshes but the land belongs to the borough of Hackney and the only person from whom he can buy it is the borough's black, feminist, Left wing leader Georgina Pitt, with whom he fell out in a televised debate. In order for the borough to pass to the conservatives, giving him the oil rights he devises to plan to get working class Labour voters to support him by promising to waive their poll tax if they surrender their franchise. However Georgina gets wind of the plan, sells the land to herself and retires to a private island though B'stard makes some money by blackmailing the Chief Whip, who is a closet gay. Written by don @ minifie-1

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15 January 1989 (UK)  »

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