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New appointments suggest hidden hands at work


THE television series Yes Minister in the 1980s and its sequel, Yes, Prime Minister, is a political satire on a minister in the British government whose moves to bring about changes is opposed by the civil service.

It was so much fun to watch the witty exchanges between the three main characters – the minister who later goes on to become the Prime Minister, his permanent secretary and principal private secretary.

   

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