[dropcap style=”font-size:100px; color:#992211;”]M[/dropcap]uch beloved of UK politicians, indeed the favourite TV programme of the late Margaret Thatcher during her years at the helm of the Conservative Party, Yes Minister (later, as the plots developed, to be known as Yes, Prime Minister) was an entertainment staple during the 1980s and 1990s, before the torch of scurrilous political satire was passed on to the much cheaper panel format of HIGNIFY.
If you’re new to Yes, Minister, treat yourself to a touch of still very relevant observation on how things at the top actually work.
[button link=”https://www.trebuchet-magazine.com/tag/xmas2017/” color=”green” newwindow=”yes”] Trebuchet is taking a seasonal break until Jan 2nd. In the meantime we’ve selected some fine moments for you to enjoy [Click to see all]. Hope you had a great year and we’ll see you in 2018 [/button]
The aim of art is to represent not the outward appearance of things, but their inward significance. – Aristotle