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Artist or CreatorNicholas Garland
Title or Caption"For God's Sake Denis - nothing has been decided yet!"
Extent1 item
Published byDaily Telegraph
Date08 Jan 1968
FormatArtwork
Size38 x 56cm
Techniqueink
Embedded text or transcriptSingapore
Conference Chamber
BAOR Cuts
East of Suez
Person DepictedHealey; Denis Winston (1917-); Baron Healey
Castle; Barbara (1910-2002); Baroness Castle of Blackburn
Callaghan; James (1912-2005)
Jenkins; Roy Harris (1920-2003)
Wilson; Harold (1916-1995)
Implied textSpeeches: "I knew this morning that I was going to make a speech that would offend, and even hurt, many of my friends. I know that you are deeply convinced that the action you suggest is the most effective way of influencing international affairs. I am deeply convinced that you are wrong. It is therefore not a question of who is in favour of the Hydrogen bomb, but a question of what is the most effective way of getting the damn thing destroyed. It is the most difficult of all problems facing mankind. But if you carry this resolution and follow out all its implications -- and do not run away from it -- you will send a British Foreign Secretary, whoever he may be, naked into the conference chamber. ... And you call that statesmanship? I call it an emotional spasm." Speech at the Labour Party Conference, 4 October, 1957, on unilateral nuclear disarmament. [wikiquote Aneurin Bevan]
NotesImage 1: See 12738 for published cartoon. Also published in Time Magazine with caption; "Cartoonists view of defense minister Healey (left) at Cabinet meeting `Stripping away the builder of empire and the binder of commonwealth'"
Image 2: See NG0327 for original artwork. News (1st January) Prime Minister Harold Wilson studies a transcript of exchanges between government minister Denis Healey and television interviewer David Frost (The Times Index, January - February, 1968)
SubjectsBritish Army of the Rhine
Cabinet
Decisions
F111
Labour Party
Politics
Quotations
Secretary of State for Defence
Singapore
Suez
Suez Canal
UK
central government
conference halls
government
government ministers
government planning
government policy
government spending cuts
nakedness
political decisions
Copyright contact detailssyndication@telegraph.co.uk
Location of artworkBritish Cartoon Archive
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GB/BCA/990Healey; Denis Winston (1917-); Baron Healey1917-   
GB/BCA/1051Castle; Barbara (1910-2002); Baroness Castle of Blackburn1910-2002   
GB/BCA/510Callaghan; James (1912-2005)1912-2005   
GB/BCA/428Jenkins; Roy Harris (1920-2003)1920-2003   
GB/BCA/711Wilson; Harold (1916-1995)1916-1995   
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