Following a cabinet reshuffle Julius Nicholson, an outside advisor, arrives to investigate the policies of all the major departments. Tucker is outraged and sees it as his job to be ... See full summary »

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Following a cabinet reshuffle Julius Nicholson, an outside advisor, arrives to investigate the policies of all the major departments. Tucker is outraged and sees it as his job to be obstructive. Learning that the P.M.'s wife is known for her dislike of him and with his appearance on 'Question Time' fallen through, Hugh aims to soften up the press by throwing a party, only to find that Nicholson is doing the same. This really is the time for Tucker to start those Chinese whispers and put paid to Nicholson. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Hugh Abbot asks how to get on tv these days and is jokingly told by his aide, 'Have sex with a pig?'. In 2015 so far unproven allegations were made against British Prime Minister David Cameron, claiming he committed an obscene act with a pig's head. See more »

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Malcolm Tucker: Stop swearing? Oh ok, I'll stop swearing, you MASSIVE GAY SHIT - FUCK OFF!
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