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Harriet Jones, PM was a poem in the anthology Now We Are Six Hundred.

Plot[]

When the world's in danger it's Harriet Jones, PM who saves the day. The world she shall save with her subwave network. Before it all turns sour, this was Harriet Jones' finest hour.

Characters[]

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Notes[]

  • This poem is based upon Now We Are Six's Journey's End.
  • Rather than being exterminated by the Daleks, (as seen in The Stolen Earth) Harriet falls through a trapdoor and escapes on a motorbike. This was always Phil Collinson's intention as he never intended for her to really be dead. When asked if this retcon was "canon" and if it "counted", he replied in the positive.[source needed]

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