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Cartoons » Including Scene And Heard
St Theresa » Independent State Grammar School
Mediaballs » The latest gaffes
Lookalikes » Are they related?
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‘Why is Everyone at the Daily Mail a Rightie?’ Ask Leading Academics… New-Look Saudi Arabia Promises Only Moderate Stoning of Non-Believers… Should MPs Really Get the Vote? Asks Prisoner… Defence Minister ‘Deeply Concerned’ About UK Human Rights to Sell Typhoons to the Saudis… Get Out Your Three-Piece Suit – it’s Moggvember!... That New People’s Republic of China Constitution in Full… Tina Brown’s New York Diary, as told to Craig Brown

And also...

- House of Cads: Why it’s so hard to complain about an MP
- Hacking woes: Cracks open up in the Mirror stable
- Book of Dust: Literary Review dusts down Philip Pullman’s latest

For all these stories you can buy the magazine or subscribe here and get delivery direct to your home every fortnight.

Private Eye Issue 1455