Yes, Prime Minister: Re-elected

Genre: Documentary
80 min

only really confirms why people love

that show as much as they do.

Our new series sees Jim Hacker

heading up a crumbling

coalition government

whilst battling a catastrophic

euro crisis, financial meltdown,

and a bid for Scottish independence.

You can propose as many alternatives

as you like in your referendum.


We will propose

only one option in ours.

We're in the age where we have

a coalition government

which is

increasingly fighting among itself.

We're at a time when politicians

don't quite know what to do.

I think you add all these things

together, and you see

the re-emergence, the second

coming of Sir Humphrey Appleby.

I have caught you red-handed

in a devious attempt to inveigle us

into the Eurozone behind my back.

No, well, yes, but...

To explore how

Yes, Prime Minister has shaped

our view of government,

we've put together our very own

Select Committee

for Comedy Analysis.

It consists of Tory titan

Michael Heseltine,

former Labour heavyweight

Alan Johnson,

Lib Dem deputy leader

Simon Hughes,

ex-Cabinet Secretary Gus O'Donnell -

or Sir Humphrey to me and you -

and none other than Tony Blair's

former Spin Doctor,

Alastair Campbell.

So here we are talking about

is this the right time to revive

Yes, Minister

when first peace-time


country in economic

difficulties, euro crisis,

Scotland talking about a vote

on independence...

What do you think?

Your party, first time in

government for a very long time.

I think it makes for, in theory,

a much more interesting set

of programmes

even than the original,

because one-party government

is interesting enough,

but two-party government,

by definition,

is much more interesting, because

it's not just the internal management

of your own people, but it's

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