The Government runs into financial crisis just as MPs and top civil servants are due for an increase in pay. Sir Humphrey relies on all his finest skills to push through his own claim.
Sir Humphrey tries to manoeuvre Jim's political adviser out of her office. Territorial battle ensues and, caught in the cross fire, Bernard considers opposing Sir Humphrey for once in his career. It is going to take some tough tactics to keep Sir Humphrey away from Number 10.
A major financial crisis in the City of London seems set to rock the government. With the party conference upcoming, it is time for firm action by a decisive Prime Minister. Jim has just the man in mind for the position as governor of the Bank of England. Sir Humphrey could not disagree more.
Richard is tricked into buying disreputable shares by businessman Jack Challon. Embroiled in controversy, once again Richard is forced to call on the advice of Sir Geoffrey Dillon.
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