MI-5: Season 4, Episode 3

Episode #4.3 (22 Sep. 2005)
"Spooks" Episode #4.3 (original title)

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When 6 local Councillors in East London switch their allegiance to the right-wing British Way party, there is fear of race rioting in the area. MI-5 is called in to determine - and stop - ... See full summary »



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William Sampson
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James Dicker ...
Keith Moran
Brian Thorn
Steven Pacey ...
Peregrine Howell-Davis MP
Margot Leicester ...
Auntie May
Rory MacGregor ...
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When 6 local Councillors in East London switch their allegiance to the right-wing British Way party, there is fear of race rioting in the area. MI-5 is called in to determine - and stop - any agents provocateurs that may be instigating activity in the local community. At a party rally William Sampson, a Member of Parliament, announces he will now run as a candidate for the new party. Youthful, handsome and articulate Sampson causes concern in the government and with the newly appointed National Security Coordinator, Juliet Shaw. MI-5 plans on causing dissension in the party between Sampson and Keith Moran, another of the party's leaders. When an Afghan asylum seeker is charged with the murder of a young girl, it provides the party with a perfect issue and a powder keg for MI-5. Written by garykmcd

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The logo for the far-right "British Way" party is a not-too-subtle morphing of the British flag into a stylized red swastika with blue and white background. See more »


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Season 4 Is Starting To Tax My Suspended Belief
16 November 2009 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

The story line of "Divided They Fall" is quite probable to being with. Far Right politician (the very hot Rupert Graves) begins spreading Nazi-esquire propaganda. So far so good. But as the episode progresses the stupid mistakes made by the team are absolutely ridiculous.

The agent manning a safe house in Luton opens the door without checking to see who is on the other side. Ruth enters the same house without backup. These are MI-5 agents, for crying out loud! & they make stupid procedural mistakes that a rookie wouldn't dream of making! As has been mentioned about this programme before, I wonder each week how Adam & his merry band of agents is going to save greater London from yet another terrorist plot. Yawn.

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