"The New Statesman" Live from Westminster (TV Episode 1989) - Plot Summary Poster


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  • Television cameras are brought into the House of Commons to broadcast events and B'stard milks the situation, becoming a television personality, appearing on game shows and advertising products. At the same time Sarah sells her memoirs - outlining her husband's sordid ways - to a gutter press newspaper. B'stard asks Mrs. Thatcher to intervene to stop its publication but she refuses, believing he should be cut down to size. Eventually he gets Piers to help him blow up the warehouse where the tabloids are being stored by telling him that they are running a damaging story about the prime minister.

  • Parliament has gone prime time with the introduction of television cameras into the Commons....


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