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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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Private Eye Issue 1623
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Comedy candidate fails to win… Shock as Boris Johnson breaks rule he set… Plan to make all retail goods cost more 'could stop shop thefts'… Delight as sale of Nursery Telegraph halted… Ryanair to fly to Rwanda – Michael O'Leary explains… Lines on the resignation of Humza Yousaf as First Minister of Scotland… God 'doesn't believe in Russell Brand'… Thames complains about Brand baptism… Richard Branson's culture fix, as told to Craig Brown.

Straight jabs
MD on Covid vaccine risks and compensation

Port whine
Freeports slammed by a Commons committee

Hastings battle
Southern Water's latest catastrophe

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