The Labour party wins the general election, and Simon accepts an offer to be the opposition's minister for education. However, Charles plots to bring financial ruin to the Kerslakes. ... See full summary »

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Zall Anthony ...
Union delegate
Ann Aris ...
Chief Whip's secretary
Jane Booker ...
T.R. Bowen ...
Henry Lindsay (as Trevor Bowen)
Anita Carey ...
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Hilary Turner
Peter Ellis ...
Tom Gould
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Clive Reynolds
Jim Fowler ...
Minister
Toria Fuller ...
Kate Hamilton
Linal Haft ...
Ronnie Nethercote
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The Labour party wins the general election, and Simon accepts an offer to be the opposition's minister for education. However, Charles plots to bring financial ruin to the Kerslakes. Raymond and Andrew also receive ministerial appointments, but the Frasers soon suffer a devastating loss. Written by Anonymous

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1970s | year 1974 | october | See All (3) »

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4 November 1986 (UK)  »

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