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Public Address 07/10/05 - Yes Prime Minister

PUBLIC ADDRESS 07/10/05 - Yes Prime Minister

Yes Prime Minister | Oct 06, 2005 23:48
Damian Christie - Cracker With Attitude

Russell's right about the awards you know. There's nothing worse than an ungracious winner, or at least ungracious people who voted for the winner. The election campaign might get heated, with personal attacks left, right and centre-right but after that I thought we're supposed to move on...
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What's on the other channel? | Oct 06, 2005 17:50
David Slack on his own account

Americans are reeling this evening at the news that they have, for the last five years, been the unwitting participants in the most elaborate Reality TV show ever produced. News Corporation CEO Rupert Murdoch intervened this morning to suspend the show's production, which had successfully installed a bogus President in...
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