Lords and Commoners; Tories and Labor – Just a few of the most common terms you’ll hear after your relocation to London. Getting grips with politics is part of getting settled into your new home. It may be wise not to comment on the sad state of politics and politicians and compare them to your home, but you’ll want to be clued up on what is happening in the country you are living in.
The play “Yes, Prime Minister” has just been extended until November 19 2011 and if you have not yet seen this stage adaptation of the hilarious TV series you’re in for a treat. It’s billed as a comedy, but the poor hapless Prime Minister, played by Jim Hacker is thrust into political and international situations all led by the shadowy Cabinet Secretary Sir Humphrey Appleby played deftly by Simon Wilkins.