State of Play (2003)
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Episode #1.5 

Foy becomes paranoid and opens up. An MP becomes a new suspect. A gag order prevents the story from hitting the papers. Risking everything, Cameron refuses to accept that.

Director:

David Yates

Writer:

Paul Abbott
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Marc Warren ... Dominic Foy
James Laurenson ... George Fergus
David Morrissey ... Stephen Collins
John Simm ... Cal McCaffrey
James McAvoy ... Dan Foster
Kelly Macdonald ... Della Smith
Bill Nighy ... Cameron Foster
Tom Burke ... Syd
Deborah Findlay ... Greer Thornton
Sean Gilder ... Sergeant 'Chewy' Cheweski
Philip Glenister ... DCI William Bell
Amelia Bullmore ... Helen Preger
Michael Feast ... Andrew Wilson
Aaron Neil ... Paramedic
Rebekah Staton ... Liz
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Foy becomes paranoid and opens up. An MP becomes a new suspect. A gag order prevents the story from hitting the papers. Risking everything, Cameron refuses to accept that.

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TV-PG
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Release Date:

15 June 2003 (UK) See more »

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Marc Warren (Dominic Foy) & Tom Burke (Syd) also worked together on The Musketeers as Rochefort & Athos respectively. See more »

Quotes

Cameron Foster: Come in !
[Cal enters Cameron's office]
Cameron Foster: Cal McCaffrey, Yvonne Shaps, legal executive. As from now, Yvonne will be making all my headline decisions for me.
Yvonne Shaps: Nowhere near true. I'm here to avoid us printing material that invites more writs than readers. I've withdrawn the appeal against the injunction.
Cal McCaffrey: Oh... great first move.
Yvonne Shaps: On the grounds that we shouldn't be spending legals defending a story that couldn't defend itself.
Cal McCaffrey: That story is good. It's better than good.
Yvonne Shaps: Bits of it are. You can't accuse ...
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