Yes, Prime Minister is the sequel to the popular British series Yes Minister. It aired from 1986 to 1988 and is the story of the continuing battles between Jim Hacker, who is now Prime Minister, and Sir Humphrey, who has been promoted to Cabinet Secretary.
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Office politics take precedence over national issues when Sir Humphrey and Bernard fall out with each other after Jim tries to restrict Sir Humphrey's access to No 10.
The episode was rated 8.66 from 68 votes.
Sir Humphrey tries to get his scheduled pay raise even though increases for MPs have been put on hold for budgetary reasons.
The episode was rated 8.52 from 61 votes.
Hacker threatens to place Sir Humphrey on leave while a security inquiry looks into why he cleared a confessed Soviet spy many years earlier, so Sir Humphrey retaliates with a dog in distress on Salisbury plain.
The episode was rated 8.52 from 52 votes.
After talking with his military advisers, Jim comes up with the idea of cancelling trident and reintroducing conscription. He also gets what no other Prime Minister has gotten, a cook / housekeeper.
The episode was rated 8.45 from 80 votes.
Jim has to choose a new bishop but doesn't like either the Church or Sir Humphrey's choices.
The episode was rated 8.41 from 51 votes.
Jim is coached in the world of show business as he prepares to address the nation on his defence policy.
The episode was rated 8.36 from 72 votes.
Jim favors abolishing smoking through heavy taxation but runs into strong opposition from the tobacco lobby and the Treasury department.
The episode was rated 8.20 from 66 votes.
Jim must take action to avert a Marxist takeover of a Commonwealth island nation despite the efforts of the Foreign Office to keep him ignorant.
The episode was rated 8.18 from 56 votes.
Sir Humphrey has to decide if he will support the PM or inform Parliament when Hacker denies knowledge of a wiretap authorized by his office without his knowledge.
The episode was rated 8.16 from 43 votes.
Jim considers approving the publication of his predecessor's memoirs, but it becomes a plumber's nightmare as a series of leaks spring up.
The episode was rated 8.09 from 47 votes.
Sir Humphrey works against Hacker over the issues of funding the National Theater when the PM asks for help containing criticism from the Theater's director.
The episode was rated 8.05 from 42 votes.
Sir Humphrey makes Jim suspicious of the Minister of Employment when he needs the PM's support in opposing a plan to shift military personnel from the south to the north of England.
The episode was rated 8.02 from 49 votes.
Jim uses the occasion of his predecessor's state funeral to negotiate with the French over the conditions of the channel tunnel.
The episode was rated 7.98 from 54 votes.
Sir Humphrey faces a conflict of interest when Hacker devises a plan to improve educational standards by abolishing the Department of Education and Science.
The episode was rated 7.88 from 42 votes.
Sir Humphrey makes a very strange ally out of the formidable Agnes Moorhouse, a radical political reformer from a London council, in his efforts to stop Hacker's plans to make local government more democratic.
The episode was rated 7.77 from 44 votes.
Hacker and Sir Humphrey clash over the appointment of the governor of the Bank of England and the cover up of a banking scandal in the City.
The episode was rated 7.61 from 44 votes.
Last updated: oct 12, 2022
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