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Ref NoMRD0231
Alt Ref NoMRD0231
Artist or CreatorMartin Rowson
Title or CaptionAllegory of Charity ...
Extent1 item
Published byThe Guardian
Date22 Feb 2013
FormatDigital
Embedded text or transcriptVote Maria Hutching
after Charles Le Brun
Person DepictedCameron; David (1966 Oct. 9-);
Osborne; George (1971-)
Implied textArt: Allegory of Charity by Charles Le Brun
Fur Cup
Growth Sloth
NotesNews: " ... Even Cameron's shiniest female toy, Maria Hutchings, his candidate for the Eastleigh byelection, seems to baffle the prime minister, in the first case with her fecundity. She has four children, and even the Daily Telegraph commented on how often Cameron felt moved to repeat this when campaigning in Eastleigh last week - as if the fact that women have babies, and sometimes political ambitions too, is news to him. ... " Tanya Gold, The Guardian

News: "Diverting more of Britain's aid budget to military spending could put lives at risk and be counterproductive, charities and aid groups warned yesterday. Following David Cameron's announcement that he is "open" to spending more aid on peacekeeping and security operations, Christian Aid said any such move could have long-term implications. ... " Liz Ford, The Guardian
SubjectsElection campaigns
generals
by-elections
Conservative Party
women
Copyright contact detailsmartin.rowson1@ntlworld.com
GenrePastiche
Relates to cartoonMRD0231

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CodePersonNameDatesAboutMultimediaImage
GB/BCA/8128Cameron; David (1966 Oct. 9-)1966 Oct. 9-  
GB/BCA/8134Osborne; George (1971-)1971-  
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