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New Thick Of It trailer

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If you're in rather desperate need of some more foul-mouthed political humour, then get ready to kneel down and thank God (and Armando Iannucci).

The new series of The Thick Of It is almost upon us and we have our first look at the upcoming season. It's got everything we'd possibly want: anger, coalition references, Glee ridicule and the Inception music as soundtrack.

What do you think?

The Thick Of It returns to BBC2 this Autumn

(Image: YouTube)

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