A British comedy that might be described as a combination of Yes, Minister and Blackadder, this is the story of A. B'Stard, a statesman in the tradition of Genghis Khan, who will stop at nothing to make himself richer and more comfortable. Arguably the most conservative member of the British Parliament, he is aided by a witless colleague, MP Piers Fletcher-Dervish.
A new MP threatens Alan's status as the most right-wing member of Commons.
Alan tries to help the Labour party win the next election so he can blame them for the impending oil shortage.
Alan upsets animal rights activists. A old friend wants a birthday ""cake"" from Alan.
Alan's mum visits and threatens to stay forever unless Alan repeals his new bill abolishing social security.
At his annual cocktail party, Alan upsets a local VIP who threatens to take over his seat in the House.