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Artist or CreatorEmmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]
Title or Caption'I got it from John Lennon - so I can go around without being recognised!'
Extent1 item
Published byDaily Mail
Date22 Jan 1970
Embedded text or transcript10
Kiss you quick
Incomes policy
G.B. Laugh-in
Election worry
Person DepictedBrown; George (1914-1985); Baron George-Brown
Castle; Barbara (1910-2002); Baroness Castle of Blackburn
Callaghan; James (1912-2005)
Crossman; Richard (1907-1974)
Jenkins; Roy Harris (1920-2003)
Wilson; Harold (1916-1995)
Stewart; Robert Michael Maitland (1906-1990); Baron Stewart of Fulham
NotesNews: 20 January: George Brown left early from a dinner party given for him by Israel's Foreign Minister. A guest at the party said that Brown had not left angrily but had apologised to his hosts saying: "Sophie thinks I ought to go home." He said he was tired after a long day. George Brown returned to London from his Middle East tour which was packed with incidents starting with his greeting to Israel's Prime Minister, Golda Meir, reportedly being "Hello sister - I've brought greetings from your friends." After planting a tree in memory of his father-in-law he told an Israeli television commentator: "Leave me alone with my grief." Asked what the reaction had been to his individual and informal approach to diplomacy, he answered: "I am what God made me; I don't propose to change at the age of 55."
Subjectspop musicians
long hair
general elections
Election campaigns
Labour Party
court jesters
worry beads
Copyright contact detailsNorthcliffe House, 2 Derry Street, London W8 5TT
Relates to cartoonMW3424

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