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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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Thank God the nation’s beloved figurehead is back… Sir Edward Davey: An Apology… Green party accused of ‘rowing back’ on green policies… Seven-way debate ‘a total mess’… Mr Tickle admits, ‘Yes, I was a bit handsy but I’ve learned my lesson’… US ironyometer in meltdown… Warning over invasive bamboo story… Four WAGs to watch in the tournament everyone’s talking about… Nadine Dorries: My current concerns, as told to Craig Brown

Deathly prose
Richard Madeley’s murderous writing reviewed

Saving the NHS
MD on the main parties’ health pledges

Right move
Suella Braverman is looking beyond the election already

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