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A Cartoon History
A Cartoon History

Edited by Nick Newman

23rd September 2013

Five decades of classic comic art

Featuring more than 1,000 of the funniest jokes ever drawn, Private Eye A Cartoon History is a decade by decade chronicle of the gags and issues that tickled the nation's funny bone sometimes with a sledgehammer.








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That all-purpose letter of resignation from a sinking ship… Blond liar who should be in jail defends blond liar who's heading for jail… Israel rejects Israel peace plan… TV highlights: Ms Vennells versus the Post Office… The Conversion of Saint Paula… Public desperate for election already sick of the election… A list of things you should boycott because they involve fossil fuels… Cleo Watson: general erection!, as told to Craig Brown.

Taking a flyer
Yes, it's another onslaught of campaign leaflets…

Mind the gap
How the Sun offered Rupert Murdoch helpful tips

Tears of a clown
Paula Vennells' Post Office inquiry appearance in depth

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