- Yes Minister 1.7 Quote
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Jim Hacker: “Humphrey, is everything all right about the Solihull-project?”
Sir Humphrey: “Yes Minister, I understand that the building works are proceeding quite satisfactory.”
Jim Hacker: “No, no, that’s not what I meant. Is something going on?”
Sir Humphrey: “Building is going on, Minister.”
Jim Hacker: “No, no, Humphrey. I mean something is up, isn’t it?”
Sir Humphrey: “Yes indeed, Minister.”
Jim Hacker: “What?”
Sir Humphrey: “Well the first floor is up and second floor is almost…”
Jim Hacker: “No Humphrey, I am talking about the whole basis of the thing.”
Sir Humphrey: “Oh, I see.”
Jim Hacker: “What can you tell me about that?”
Sir Humphrey: “Ah…well, as I understand it Minister, the basis is an aggregate of gravel and cement on six feet of best builder’s…”
Jim Hacker: “Humphrey, I think you know I am talking about the finance!”

kawinayoga:

Larry maybe is not a good mouser, but he’s reli that cute!

kawinayoga:

Larry the Downing Street cat is sacked as Number 10’s chief mouse catcher after chillaxing too much on the job

edwinlandfill:

this post was what sold me on House of Cards.

Sometimes I think I’d really like to be like Urquhart and give zero fucks about anything or anyone x_x

ezesaz:

Sebastian & Prime Minister @ 10 Downing street - Little Britain

Jim Hacker: "Well, anyway. Why are we bugging Hugh Halifax? Is he talking to the Russians?"
Sir Humphrey: "No, the French actually. That's much more serious."
Jim Hacker: "Why?"
Bernard Woolley: "The Russians already know what we are doing."
I am leaving parliament in order to spend more time on politics
Tony Benn (via jamesmoloney)
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