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Artist or CreatorRichard Cole
Title or CaptionA Rake's Progress
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Published byThe Guardian
Date27 Jan 1997
FormatPhotocopy
Embedded text or transcriptPudgy Puffball Kensington & Chelsea Family Values Cole after Hogarth
Person DepictedClark; Jane
Thatcher; Margaret (1925-2013)
Clarke; Kenneth (1940-)
Hurd; Douglas
Scott; Nicholas; Sir
Major; John (1943-)
Clark; Alan Kenneth McKenzie (1928-2000)
Implied textCartoon: 'A Rake's Progress' - William Hogarth Alan Clark's Diaries
NotesNews: Alan Clark stages a remarkable political comeback when he won the race to become
the Conservative candidate for Kensington and Chelsea, at the age of 68.Pudgy puffball was
how Clark descibed Kenneth Clarke in his published Diaries, equally he described Douglas
Hurd as looking as if he had a corn cob up his arse.
SubjectsConservative Party
sexual relationships
Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea
respectability
constituencies
Conservative torch
MPs
ballots
Election campaigns
government policy
Copyright contact detailsinfo@cartoons.ac.uk
GenrePastiche
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GB/BCA/2380Clarke; Kenneth (1940-)1940-   
GB/BCA/2075Hurd; Douglas   
GB/BCA/2422Scott; Nicholas; Sir   
GB/BCA/2367Major; John (1943-)1943-   
GB/BCA/2958Clark; Alan Kenneth McKenzie (1928-2000)1928-2000   
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