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Artist or CreatorPeter Brookes
Title or CaptionThe Majortaur
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Published byThe Times
Date22 May 1996
FormatPhotocopy
Person DepictedMajor; John (1943-)
Implied textMyths: Minotaur and the Maze. Half bull, half man, the Minotaur was a monster. Its horns were sharp and its great hooves could kick the life out the strongest of heroes, and it ate human flesh. The Minotaur lived in a maze of winding passages on the island of Crete. Each year seven youths and seven maidens were sent from Greece as food for the beast.
Slang: Mad cow disease.
NotesA stance of non-cooperation was taken by Britain in response to the banning of the importation of British beef to Europe
SubjectsBSE
Conservative Party
European Union
Greek mythology
Resemblance
Union Jack
beef
cows
export bans
eyeglasses
import controls
mazes
prime ministers
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