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The Irresistible Rise of Alan B'Stard 

All hell breaks loose when B'Stard decides to interfere with the mountains of untaxed cash lying hidden in the Channel Islands.

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Piers Fletcher-Dervish
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Sarah B'Stard
Terence Alexander ...
Sir Greville
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Paddy O'Rourke
John Warnaby ...
Political Editor
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Claude Chagrin
Sandy Walsh ...
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As ever sensing, or rather manipulating, the mood of the moment B'stard engineers an election when the prime minister resigns. Both Labour and Conservative are split into two factions, pro-Europe, represented by Sir Greville for the Tories, and the Euro-sceptics, led by B'stard. The Euro-sceptics win when B'stard has presented a film allegedly showing the French invading the Channel Islands but B'stard himself does not have a constituency and Labour leader Paddy O' Rourke is elected the new prime minister. This is of no consequence to B'stard, who declares himself the Lord Protector of Britain. Written by don @ minifie-1

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26 December 1992 (UK)  »

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