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August 11, 1987


By CBR Staff Writer

For those missing Yes Prime Minister, which does not return to TV until November, and those once high flying politicians who despair of ever becoming premier while Mrs T still draws breath, Mosaic Publishing Ltd of Fordingbridge, Hampshire has come up with a possible substitute – a computer game: running on all Amstrad machines including the PCs1512 and 1640, and the Sinclair Spectrum, as well as the Commodore 64 and 128 and the Acorn-built BBCs, the game invites users to be the Prime Minister, the Rt Hon Jim Hacker MP, for a turbulent week.

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