Woolley: The problem is, the Prime Minister did try to suppress the [politically damaging] chapter [of the former Prime Minister's memoirs], didn't he?
Sir Humphrey: I don't know, did he?
Woolley: Well didn't he, don't you remember?
Sir Humphrey: What I remember is irrelevant. If the minutes don't say that he did, then he didn't.
Woolley: So you want me to falsify the minutes.
Sir Humphrey: I want nothing of the sort! It's up to you, Bernard. What do you want?
Woolley: I want to have a clear conscience.
Sir Humphrey: A clear conscience.
Woolley: Yes, Sir Humphrey.
Sir Humphrey: When did you acquire this taste for luxuries?