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Mark is asked to resign after Eshan is assassinated. While the US comes closer to declaring war against Tyrgyztan, Mark becomes convinced that there is a conspiracy.

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Daniel Percival
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Aaron Abrams ... Matthew Weiss
Eva Birthistle ... Jane Lavery
Ben Daniels ... Nicholas Brocklehurst
Jason Isaacs ... Mark Brydon
Paulino Nunes ... Eshan Borisvitch
Sharon Gless ... Lynne Warner
Neil Pearson ... Phil Lonsdale
Rahnuma Panthaky ... Nasreen Qureshi
Emma Campbell ... Sally Davis
Yuri Tsivsivadze Yuri Tsivsivadze ... President Usman
Ted Whittall ... Gordon Adair
Noam Jenkins ... Christopher Styles
Briony Glassco ... Jennifer
Louca Tassone Louca Tassone ... Azzam Sinclair
Alex Jennings ... James Sinclair
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Mark is asked to resign after Eshan is assassinated. While the US comes closer to declaring war against Tyrgyztan, Mark becomes convinced that there is a conspiracy.

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Crime | Drama | Thriller | War

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TV-14 | See all certifications »
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Release Date:

7 December 2006 (UK) See more »

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Jane and Matthew meet in a Washington, DC, restaurant at the beginning of the episode. The sign on the restaurant advertises that it features "Steak and Chips". That would be very unusual in the US, where the potato side dish is known as "fries", and very few downscale restaurants of the type shown would tout that combo. See more »

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Phil Lonsdale: If we are to claw back influence with Usman, your head will be the first thing he demands. If we open talks with the opposition party, you are the man who failed to protect their leader. Either way, you are a liability. Don't think that your mate the Prime Minister is riding to your rescue. They expect your resignation.
Mark Brydon: This is working out rather well for you, isn't it?
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