Yes, Prime Minister: Season 2, Episode 7

The National Education Service (21 Jan. 1988)

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On the advice of his political adviser, P.M. Hacker plans to eliminate the National Education Service and let parents choose the schools their children will attend. Horrified, Humphrey must... See full summary »

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On the advice of his political adviser, P.M. Hacker plans to eliminate the National Education Service and let parents choose the schools their children will attend. Horrified, Humphrey must prevent the precedent being set of eliminating unnecessary bureaucracy. Written by mama.sylvia

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Final episode to feature Annie Hacker, Dorothy Wainwright and Sir Arnold Robinson. See more »

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Sir Humphrey Appleby: [Sir Humphrey has just proven that, despite what the Prime Minister says, he still knows Latin] Si tacuisses, philosophus mansisses.
James Hacker: What does that mean?
Sir Humphrey Appleby: If you'd kept your mouth shut, we might have thought you were clever.
James Hacker: I beg your pardon?
Sir Humphrey Appleby: Oh, not you, Prime Minister. No, that's the translation.
Bernard Woolley: No one would ever have thought Sir Humphrey was saying that about you.
Sir Humphrey Appleby: Go away, Bernard, please.
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