The Labour party retains power after the general election, and the four MPs get promoted up the political ladder. However, private turmoil disrupts the careers of three of them. Charles is ... See full summary »

Director:

John Gorrie

Writers:

Jeffrey Archer (novel), Derek Marlowe (screenplay)

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Jeremy Child ... Charles Seymour
David Robb ... Andrew Fraser
Tom Wilkinson ... Raymond Gould
James Faulkner ... Simon Kerslake
Jane Booker ... Fiona Seymour
Diana Hardcastle ... Louise Fraser
Anita Carey Anita Carey ... Joyce Gould
Joanna David ... Elizabeth Kerslake
Clive Swift ... Alec Pimkin
David McKail David McKail ... Douglas Stewart
T.R. Bowen T.R. Bowen ... Henry Lindsay (as Trevor Bowen)
Barry Lowe Barry Lowe ... Stan Fulton
Peter Ellis Peter Ellis ... Tom Gould
Ralph Lawton Ralph Lawton ... Abbott
Paul Greenhalgh ... Parry
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The Labour party retains power after the general election, and the four MPs get promoted up the political ladder. However, private turmoil disrupts the careers of three of them. Charles is arrested for drunk driving, Raymond engages a prostitute with potentially ruinous results, and Andrew and his wife endure personal heartbreak. Written by Anonymous

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Drama

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Eine kleine Nachtmusik (Serenade No. 13 for strings in G major)
(uncredited)
By Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
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7 October 1986 (UK) See more »

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