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Labour of Love 

Alan B'Stard's reputation as the most right-wing Tory MP in the House is under threat: Working class fatso Victor Crosby has just won the Accrington by-election for the Conservatives and, ... See full summary »

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Graeme Harper
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Rik Mayall ... Alan B'Stard
Michael Troughton ... Piers Fletcher-Dervish
Marsha Fitzalan ... Sarah B'Stard
James Saxon ... Victor Crosby
Terence Alexander ... Sir Greville McDonald
Benjamin Whitrow ... Paddy O'Rourke
Johnny More Johnny More ... Neil Kinnock
Tip Tipping Tip Tipping ... Mugger
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Alan B'Stard's reputation as the most right-wing Tory MP in the House is under threat: Working class fatso Victor Crosby has just won the Accrington by-election for the Conservatives and, through his publicly declared extreme political views, is on the brink of stealing B'Stard's thunder. Written by Anonymous

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

6 January 1991 (UK) See more »

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