Terrorists carry out several devastating attacks on British targets which lead to panic and new extreme legal measures being rushed through Parliament, but is there more to this than meets the eye?



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Episode credited cast:
Hugh Simon ...
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Helen Anderson ...
Woman at Hospital
James Cash ...
James Dicker ...
Angela Wells
Scott Lane ...
Chief Mercenary


Adam survives the assassination attempt by Angela Wells but while he is in hospital recovering, major terrorist attacks are directed against fuel depots crippling British industry and the standard of living. Just as Adam is released from hospital, some people start to die of a strange bacteriological infection spreading panic in the general population. Working with MI-6 chief Michael Collingwood and one of his agents, Ros Myers, Harry Pearce comes to the conclusion that there is a move within certain parts of the British government and civil service to bring in a new political and administrative order. Jo is sent to keep an eye on the Prime Minister's son, a university student, and others in the section take on new roles. One member of the MI-5 team does not survive and it is apparent that the conspirators will stop at nothing to achieve their goals. Meanwhile, Adam hires a nanny, Jenny, to take care of Wes. Written by garykmcd

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17 September 2006 (UK)  »

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Harry Pearce: I'm not asking you to mislead people, I'm simply asking for a little restraint.
Paul Millington: These are editorial decisions. I don't interfere with those.
Harry Pearce: I'm sorry-that's the sound of incredulous laughter being stifled.
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