CodeGB/BCA/1051
Dates1910-2002
Person NameCastle; Barbara (1910-2002); Baroness Castle of Blackburn
SurnameCastle
ForenamesBarbara
TitleBaroness Castle of Blackburn
Catalogue
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13167[no caption]Michael Cummings01 Apr 196813167.jpg 
20636'Say SOMETHING, even if it's only au revoir.'Jon [William John Philpin Jones]28 Jun 197120636.jpg 
16414[no caption]Richard Yeend05 Oct 196916414.jpg 
24127[no caption]Trog [Wally Fawkes]18 Mar 197324127.jpg 
13720ThunderheadIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197912 Jul 196813720.jpg 
14246[no caption]Jon [William John Philpin Jones]15 Nov 196814246.jpg 
15016[no caption]William Papas17 Mar 196915016.jpg 
VY1530[No caption]Vicky [Victor Weisz]26 Dec 1959VY1530.jpg 
15763'Oh, all right, Vic - You lead!'Leslie Gibbard19 Jun 196915763.jpg 
15208[no caption]Trog [Wally Fawkes]18 Apr 196915208.jpg 
26209The donorArthur Horner14 May 197426209.jpg 
NG1526[no caption]Nicholas Garland15 Sep 1976NG1526.jpg 
10061"A slow sort of country!" said the Red Queen. "Now, here, you see, it takes all the running you can do, to keep in the same place."Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197918 Nov 196610061.jpg 
ILW4039"A slow sort of country!" said the Red Queen. "Now, here, you see, it takes all the running you can do, to keep in the same place."Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197918 Nov 1966ILW4039.jpg 
NG0246[No caption]Nicholas Garland10 Mar 1966 - 31 Dec 1969NG0246.jpg 
VY2495[No caption]Vicky [Victor Weisz]22 May 1964VY2495.jpg 
VY3609[No caption]Vicky [Victor Weisz]24 Sep 1960VY3609.jpg 
VY3611Barbara Castle [No published caption]Vicky [Victor Weisz]07 Jan 1966VY3611.jpg 
MW3426"And now what do you suggest we do next, Mister Hain?"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]1960MW3426.jpg 
NG0884"Rise in number of muggings"Nicholas Garland12 Mar 1973NG0884.jpg 
08265The Skeleton in Barbara's tank!Glan Williams09 Jan 196608265.jpg 
VY3610[No caption]Vicky [Victor Weisz]24 Sep 1960VY3610.jpg 
10834[no caption]William Papas09 Mar 196710834.jpg 
14945"Help! Murder! I'm being threatened!"Michael Cummings05 Mar 196914945.jpg 
13739[no caption]Jon [William John Philpin Jones]17 Jun 196813739.jpg 
VY1296Strength Through NyeVicky [Victor Weisz]04 Oct 1958VY1296.jpg 
13723"I see Barbara's found a way to get full coverage"Stanley Franklin15 Jul 196813723.jpg 
11048Tuesday's headline: Barbara Castle's revolutionary taxi-trains?Glan Williams16 Apr 196711048.jpg 
15447'Take its muzzle off? Are you mad? It'll eat us alive'Leslie Gibbard21 May 196915447.jpg 
15194"You know, Barbara, what this Party needs for the next election is some dishy birds as candidates."Sidney William Martin20 Apr 196915194.jpg 
LSE4651Labour shadow cabinetDavid Low (1891-1963)21 May 1954LSE4651.jpg 
NG0475"Sir, you give me no choice - choose your weapons!"Nicholas Garland17 Jun 1969NG0475.jpg 
15364"Now we've agreed I'm the only possibe leader, the question is, where do we go from here. Any ideas?"Sidney William Martin11 May 196915364.jpg 
14304"Don't panic! Your captain has just given another 'modest touch on the tiller..'"Michael Cummings24 Nov 196814304.jpg 
17032[no caption]Leslie Gibbard08 Jan 197017032.jpg 
13660"Barbara! Astupendous gimmick! I'll invite everyone to tea! The N.U.R.! The Gnomes! The students! The Common Market people! Everyone! - except Ian Smith, of course"Sidney William Martin30 Jun 196813660.jpg 
16919'Here, can't you dream up something that doesn't kill our grass roots too?'Leslie Gibbard18 Dec 196916919.jpg 
09968[no caption]Jon [William John Philpin Jones]07 Nov 196609968.jpg 
12137"Getting Mrs. Castle honked and selling her one of our Super Z Type Sports may not be funny or clever, but it's damn good salesmanship."Giles; Ronald Carl (1916-1995)17 Oct 196712137.jpg 
14700'They're playing Postman's Knock!'Jon [William John Philpin Jones]28 Jan 196914700.jpg 
16556'I suppose we could always spray him white and you could wear him as a dove of peace!'Bernard Cookson29 Oct 196916556.jpg 
16854" ... and I'd like a Junior Hangman's set!"Bernard Cookson10 Dec 196916854.jpg 
17037'Think hard, Vic, there must be SOMEBODY else who wants a pay rise.'Jon [William John Philpin Jones]09 Jan 197017037.jpg 
15638British industry enters the technocratic ageTrog [Wally Fawkes]09 Jan 196915638.jpg 
14469Oops!Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197916 Dec 196814469.jpg 
16044'Programme for action calling Whitehall Control - something tells me my gravity calculations were wrong...'Leslie Gibbard02 Aug 196916044.jpg 
15708"Let's back down and admit failure. That way we'll keep a consistent record on our promises."Sidney William Martin08 Jun 196915708.jpg 
16240'All right so far - he's read right through it without resigning once!'Trog [Wally Fawkes]10 Sep 196916240.jpg 
15367[no caption]Richard Willson11 May 196915367.jpg 
16794[no caption]Leslie Gibbard03 Dec 196916794.jpg 
16809Waiting in the wingsClive Collins04 Dec 196916809.jpg 
NG0733"Brighton Sir - single or return?"Nicholas Garland01 Oct 1971NG0733.jpg 
MC0063"... And the faithful prepare handkerchiefs to cry into"Michael Cummings29 Sep 1952MC0063.jpg 
NG0320"Mad impetuous boy!"Nicholas Garland30 Jan 1967NG0320.jpg 
08845"Well, frankly, it's such a shambles you'd think it was nationalised already."Nicholas Garland29 Apr 196608845.jpg 
15764"Pity you didn't keep your n-n-nerve, Harold, we were almost th-th-there!'Jak [Raymond Jackson]19 Jun 196915764.jpg 
VY2939[No caption]Vicky [Victor Weisz]28 Jan 1966VY2939.jpg 
ILW3969Published caption: ShuntedIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197921 Jan 1966ILW3969.jpg 
MW0455[no caption]Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]10 Oct 1958MW0455.jpg 
JJ0188[No caption]John Jensen19 Jan 1969JJ0188.jpg 
08254"My bed has more nails in it than yours has!"Michael Cummings07 Jan 196608254.jpg 
13195Min of Employment & ProductivityJon [William John Philpin Jones]08 Apr 196813195.jpg 
14925"Hara-kiri? Nonsense! I'm only striking a blow for my rights!"Michael Cummings02 Mar 196914925.jpg 
MW0881[no caption]Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]29 May 1961MW0881.jpg 
NG0395"Britain has overspent abroad by well over 2,000 million (pounds)"Nicholas Garland01 Oct 1968NG0395.jpg 
NG1012[no caption]Nicholas Garland10 Mar 1966 - 31 Dec 1993NG1012.jpg 
MW0579Someone isn't using Socialism From Daily Mail - 1st December, 1959Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]01 Dec 1959MW0579.jpg 
MW3075"Chief Mourner"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]10 Jul 1974MW3075.jpg 
17822'Once more unto the breach, dear friends ...'Jon [William John Philpin Jones]18 May 197017822.jpg 
PC0412[no caption]Richard Willson30 Sep 1996PC0412.jpg 
16795'She WILL keep bringing it back!'Trog [Wally Fawkes]03 Dec 196916795.jpg 
14058[no caption]Trog [Wally Fawkes]16 Oct 196814058.jpg 
JL5760The Lady with the troublesome Lamp.Joseph Lee09 Nov 1974JL5760.jpg 
PC0500[no caption]Richard Willson03 Oct 1996PC0500.jpg 
CG/1/1/1/2385Published caption: "A Mrs. B. C-A-S-T-L-E. Toothache."Giles; Ronald Carl (1916-1995)04 Jan 1975GA3385.jpg 
15379'Anything, Barbara, try anything to appease the unions.'Jon [William John Philpin Jones]10 May 196915379.jpg 
11594[no caption]Trog [Wally Fawkes]10 Jul 197011594.jpg 
12273Spirit of Christmas, 1967Stanley Franklin09 Nov 196712273.jpg 
16380"Guess who's getting all the service this morning"Stanley Franklin01 Oct 196916380.jpg 
14600"You're not a patch on Zsa Zsa Gabor, mate." / "Release the fifty Mirages to Israel." / "Caught like rats in a trap - school leaving age up in 1972/73 ... / "Here comes the tear-jerker - she's fumbling for her old union card."David Langdon12 Jan 196914600.jpg 
21846"Democracy, Mr. Smith! We don't give a fig for democracy! If only you were a BLACK dictator arresting a BLACK ex-prime minister, we'd take off sanctions at once!"Michael Cummings21 Jan 197221846.jpg 
AH0236"It's all right, mother - the landlords say it's perfectly safe so long as we pay a higher rent, everybody stays in bed and nobody sneezes."Arthur Horner29 Nov 1968AH0236.jpg 
24082"Rise in number of muggings"Nicholas Garland12 Mar 197324082.jpg 
13715"Full up inside - There'll be another one along in a year or so!"Nicholas Garland12 Jul 196813715.jpg 
MW3210"Emmwood's Saturday Surgery ... "Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]04 Jan 1975MW3210.jpg 
15397'Just regard it as a 28-day cooling-off period, Jim.'Jon [William John Philpin Jones]14 May 196915397.jpg 
15762'What do you mean, I'm putty in Vic Feather's hands? - I'm putty in my OWN hands!'Trog [Wally Fawkes]20 Jun 196915762.jpg 
NG0524[no caption]Nicholas Garland03 Dec 1969NG0524.jpg 
20625'I think he's going to compromise. He'll say he won't and then he will.'Trog [Wally Fawkes]27 Jun 197120625.jpg 
13453[no caption]Trog [Wally Fawkes]22 May 196813453.jpg 
13204"No, no George, it's too late George, I've already chosen them, George, please George ..!Jak [Raymond Jackson]06 Apr 196813204.jpg 
15196"Oui ou Non!" / ".. But he IS a duly elected Member, my good man!" / "A-Tiss-ue, A Tiss-ue, all pay up!" / [no caption]Chrys [George Fraser Chrystal]20 Apr 196915196.jpg 
12426Picture of the government taking effective measures to deal with the situation. / "OK. So your horse came in. What do we do with three francs twenty centimes?"Keith Waite04 Dec 196712426.jpg 
15787'Perhaps we should have a 28-day cooling off period, Barbara.'Jon [William John Philpin Jones]20 Jun 196915787.jpg 
13386"You get on with the game - I'll deal with the Spaniards!"Nicholas Garland08 May 196813386.jpg 
08270Waiting for the chauffeurJohn Jensen09 Jan 196608270.jpg 
21336"Brighton Sir - single or return?"Nicholas Garland01 Oct 197121336.jpg 
JJ0103Waiting for the chauffeurJohn Jensen09 Jan 1966JJ0103.jpg 
ILW4191No captionIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197919 Apr 1968ILW4191.jpg 
MW0647[no caption]Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]11 Mar 1960MW0647.jpg 
ILW4206Published caption: The claim jumperIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197917 Jun 1968ILW4206.jpg 
13757'But who on earth would want to shoot ME?'Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]23 Jul 196813757.jpg 
15640War or Peace (expected to be the longest epic on record)Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]23 Jan 196915640.jpg 
ILW3439[Illingworth Cartoon ILW 3439]Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197920 November 1961ILW3439.jpg 
15223"Don't worry, Harold, it'll taste bloody awful on Tuesday!"Jak [Raymond Jackson]14 Apr 196915223.jpg 
16145"Comrades! This is terrific stuff! We'll have industry running as efficiently as British Rail! We'll have everyone living in council houses!"Sidney William Martin24 Aug 196916145.jpg 
15439First sign of summerEmmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]20 May 196915439.jpg 
13727'Sorry, no room'Edward McLachlan14 Jul 196813727.jpg 
MC1162"Lucky Mr Gunter! This business of not stabbing the leader in the back takes all the pleasure out of politics - it's as dreary as being a Tory..."Michael Cummings15 Oct 1962MC1162.jpg 
WP0099[no caption]William Papas16 Mar 1967WP0099.jpg 
LSE8575Postponed sacrificeDavid Low (1891-1963)01 Dec 1959LSE8575.jpg 
NG0388"The trouble with these things is, they break up in dirty weather!"Nicholas Garland28 Jun 1968NG0388.jpg 
15450Remarkable pictures from inside the Labour capsuleJak [Raymond Jackson]21 May 196915450.jpg 
ILW4237Published caption: Strong Arm StuffIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197910 Mar 1969ILW4237.jpg 
13409Ahem!Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197913 May 196813409.jpg 
15714Oy! Is this your flock?Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197909 Jun 196915714.jpg 
13745"Absent friends!"Nicholas Garland19 Jul 196813745.jpg 
15703'Damned gipsies'Jon [William John Philpin Jones]04 Jun 196915703.jpg 
13573The claim jumperIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197917 Jun 196813573.jpg 
15718[no caption]Trog [Wally Fawkes]10 Jul 196915718.jpg 
29906[no caption]Nicholas Garland15 Sep 197629906.jpg 
18291'I see you've heard there's going to be a dock strike, BarbaraJon [William John Philpin Jones]24 Jun 197018291.jpg 
NG0065Charge!Nicholas Garland20 Jul 1966NG0065.jpg 
11137"And the prevalence of racial discrimination here should prove to the Six that we are, indeed, true Europeans."John Bernard Handelsman01 May 196711137.jpg 
15345"Of course we're still going on, I don't need National Helath specs!"Jak [Raymond Jackson]07 May 196915345.jpg 
20041"Et tu, Richard?"Jak [Raymond Jackson]07 Apr 197120041.jpg 
16584"I'm worried boss! - They're investigating the Islington mob. What if they start checking on the rest of us?"Mac [Stan McMurtry]03 Nov 196916584.jpg 
17096"I think we'd rise a lot faster if we threw out the really unwanted ballast, cap'n."Mac [Stan McMurtry]18 Jan 197017096.jpg 
18312"Lucky we insured heavily against losing." / "There's another couple in the nude - I'll just finish a few more reels then we'll report them." / "Hee! Hee! Can you just see Harold's face? - OK. We'll put the Springbok cricket tour on as well."Mac [Stan McMurtry]27 Jun 197018312.jpg 
NG0415"There's nothing wrong with the coalition we've already got - if someone could just turn the heat off!"Nicholas Garland11 Dec 1968NG0415.jpg 
NG0411"We could offer them repatriation - voluntarily of course!"Nicholas Garland29 Nov 1968NG0411.jpg 
MW2611[no caption]Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]04 Feb 1970MW2611.jpg 
09377Charge!Nicholas Garland20 Jul 196609377.jpg 
MW2342"Don't you think it's high time you gave the cartoonists' a pragmatic talking to, Harold?"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]22 Jun 1967MW2342.jpg 
16981[no caption]Leslie Gibbard01 Jan 197016981.jpg 
WF1259Barbara castle has won the hair-do of the year awardTrog [Wally Fawkes]12 Dec 1969WF1259.jpg 
08336ShuntedIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197921 Jan 196608336.jpg 
12725When will they ever learn?Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197910 Jan 196812725.jpg 
26485"Chief Mourner"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]10 Jul 197426485.jpg 
20619"All right, dammit! You go along with me on the Common Market issue and I'll tell you how much I got for my memoirs!"Bernard Cookson25 Jun 197120619.jpg 
NG1414"Seconds out! Round one!"Nicholas Garland02 Dec 1975NG1414.jpg 
13261No captionIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197919 Apr 196813261.jpg 
47891"No Mr Scanlon, first you help me out of my straight (sic) jacket and then I'll help you
out of yours!"
Nicholas Garland18 Oct 196847891.jpg 
CU1169"Help! Murder! I'm being threatened!"Michael Cummings05 Mar 1969CU1169.jpg 
09383"It's the new 'fashion / thing / trend'- sort of 40s austerity look!"Nicholas Garland21 Jul 196609383.jpg 
24032"Battle of wounded pride"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]03 Mar 197324032.jpg 
16078"Say cheese!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]09 Aug 196916078.jpg 
14223"Alone, Alone, all, all alone, / Alone on a wide, wide sea!" Ancient Mariner.Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]12 Nov 196814223.jpg 
16902"Christmas Pantos Cont.: - Humpty-Dumpty on Thin Ice."Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]16 Dec 196916902.jpg 
16928"After Lord Snowdon old Emmwood's pin-up calendar - a line-up of lovelies that money can't
buy:-" and written under from left "Babs Castle as Cinderella." "Victoria Feather the Gypsy's
warning."
Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]20 Dec 196916928.jpg 
CG/2/5/463Published caption: "A Mrs. B. C-A-S-T-L-E. Toothache."Giles; Ronald Carl (1916-1995)04 Jan 1975GAP0463.jpg 
16194'Strictly for the Birds.'Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]03 Sep 196916194.jpg 
15768"Sir, you give me no choice - choose your weapons!"Nicholas Garland17 Jun 196915768.jpg 
18199"Mad impetuous boy!"Nicholas Garland30 Jan 196718199.jpg 
15301"I'm hijacking this plane - we're not flying anywhere!"Nicholas Garland01 Apr 196915301.jpg 
14976Strong Arm StuffIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197910 Mar 196914976.jpg 
21321"Mods and Rockers"Nicholas Garland04 Oct 197121321.jpg 
15214"Is it my imagination or is it getting a bit hot in here?"Nicholas Garland17 Apr 196915214.jpg 
16212"Ole!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]05 Sep 196916212.jpg 
14051[no caption]Keith Waite15 Oct 196814051.jpg 
12576"Any chance of a special Thanksgiving Service,Vicar?" / "Getting all ready for the Sales, dear?" / "What shook her was a get-well card from the Licensed Victuallers." / "We shout 'Taxi' they drive away disappointed, we nip round to the car park..."David Langdon31 Dec 196712576.jpg 
14240"Come on, Aubrey - we've all got to increase productivity, you know!"Nicholas Garland14 Nov 196814240.jpg 
15222[no caption]Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197914 Apr 196915222.jpg 
16897"Lets just give a solemn and binding undertaking not to use them!"Nicholas Garland16 Dec 196916897.jpg 
17205[no caption]Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]04 Feb 197017205.jpg 
29688"...Theirs not to make reply, theirs not to reason why, theirs but to do and die..."Nicholas Garland15 Jul 197629688.jpg 
17025"That's the reason they're called lessons" the Gryphon remarked "because they lessen from day to day." - Alice in WonderlandStanley Franklin08 Jan 197017025.jpg 
WF1066'I think he's going to compromise. He'll say he won't and then he will.'Trog [Wally Fawkes]27 Jun 1971WF1066.jpg 
15736'A Mr Feather and a Mrs Castle would like to enrol'Stanley Franklin12 Jun 196915736.jpg 
CU1257[no caption]Michael Cummings03 Feb 1971CU1257.jpg 
CG/1/4/1/3/29/64Published caption: "A Mrs. B. C-A-S-T-L-E. Toothache."Giles; Ronald Carl (1916-1995)04 Jan 1975GAA293581.jpg 
GAN/1625Published caption: "Getting Mrs. Castle honked and selling her one of our Super Z Type
Sports may not be funny or clever, but it's damn good salesmanship."
Giles; Ronald Carl (1916-1995)17 Oct 1967GAN1686.jpg 
NG0632"They went to sea in a sieve, they did In a sieve they went to sea: In spite of all
their friends could say On a winter's morn, on a stormy day, In a sieve they went to sea!"
Nicholas Garland17 Dec 1970NG0632.jpg 
WF0001The woman who shouted 'What about the Workers?' at a strike meeting. In memory of H.M.
Bateman
Trog [Wally Fawkes]20 Feb 1970WF0001.jpg 
16287"Keep rowing, lads! If we pull this off as well, we're home and dry!"Bernard Cookson17 Sep 196916287.jpg 
15750"I knew there was to be some sort of compromise ..."Bernard Cookson13 Jun 196915750.jpg 
13635[no caption]Stanley Franklin26 Jun 196813635.jpg 
CG/1/1/1/1800Published caption: "Getting Mrs. Castle honked and selling her one of our Super Z Type
Sports may not be funny or clever, but it's damn good salesmanship."
Giles; Ronald Carl (1916-1995)17 Oct 1967GA2513.jpg 
17605"Why didn't we consider a spanner like that?"Bernard Cookson08 Apr 197017605.jpg 
16846"As far a Vietnam and Biafra are concerned, I stand as I have always stood ... with my feet slightly apart, like this!"Bernard Cookson09 Dec 196916846.jpg 
16406[no caption]Edward McLachlan05 Oct 196916406.jpg 
13192"Hey! What happened to my spotlight!"Sidney William Martin07 Apr 196813192.jpg 
17512"... and I want a good clean joust!"Bernard Cookson20 Mar 197017512.jpg 
20519"The trouble is I didn't take it seriously either!"Bernard Cookson11 Jun 197120519.jpg 
16802"C'mon, Barbara - we'll worry about getting down later!"Bernard Cookson03 Dec 196916802.jpg 
NG0066"It's the new 'fashion / thing / trend'- sort of 40s austerity look!"Nicholas Garland21 Jul 1966NG0066.jpg 
ILW3785Published caption: "We must modernise Britain! ..." / "We must modernise industry...." / "We must modernise the trade unions ...." / "We must modernise our whole way of life!..." / "Right! Agreed unanimously we build a neo-pseudo-imitation Gothic extension to the House of Commons."Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197913 May 1964ILW3785.jpg 
19122"I shall fight you tooth and nail, line by line!" / "Divider of the Nation!"Michael Cummings30 Nov 197019122.jpg 
21323"... er, shouldn't all that be in the LAST act?!"Paul Rigby04 Oct 197121323.jpg 
RS0057Jesus wept. St John [11:35] Ralph Steadman1960'sRS0057.jpg 
18668"But you should see the one that'll get away ..."Michael Cummings25 Sep 197018668.jpg 
RS0095[No Caption] Ralph Steadman1964RS0095.jpg 
RSN0701Eleven Ladies DancingRalph SteadmanUndatedRSN0701.jpg 
RSN0764[No Caption] Ralph SteadmanJuly 1967RSN0764.jpg 
RSN0785BarbaracastellaRalph Steadman08 November 1968RSN0785.jpg 
15123"You must wake and call me early, call me early, mother dear; Tomorrow 'ill be the happiest time of all the glad New-year; Of all the glad New-year, mother, the maddest merriest day; For I'm to be Queen o' the May, mother, I'm to be Queen o' the May." - TennysonNicholas Garland30 Apr 196915123.jpg 
15093"Oi, officer - you should be cracking down on the thugs, not the players!"Nicholas Garland28 Mar 196915093.jpg 
MW2593"Eeyore, the old grey donkey, stood by the side of the stream, and looked at himself in
the water 'pathetic', he said 'that's what it is, pathetic.'"
Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]11 Dec 1969MW2593.jpg 
MW2653[no caption]Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]May 1970MW2653.jpg 
JJ0309[No caption]John Jensen03 Oct 1976JJ0309.jpg 
14947"I hear we're off the list for the airport because we're on the list for the motorway." / "That's handy - I'm out of 'after' pills." / "But how do we pass a law agianst striking MPs?"Keith Waite05 Mar 196914947.jpg 
MW2977"Battle of wounded pride"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]03 Mar 1973MW2977.jpg 
MW2549"...But we'll row forever / Steady stroke to bow / And nothing in life shall sever / The Chain that is round us now."Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]03 Jul 1969MW2549.jpg 
16603"Look out, I think he's trying to burst the eggs we've been incubating!"Mac [Stan McMurtry]05 Nov 196916603.jpg 
NG0563"Hey! They've stolen their clothes back again!"Nicholas Garland08 Apr 1970NG0563.jpg 
14782[no caption]Sidney William Martin09 Feb 196914782.jpg 
MW3417First Sign of SummerEmmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]20 May 1969MW3417.jpg 
16377"I'm not taking a chance on any of you rocking this boat again!"Jak [Raymond Jackson]30 Sep 196916377.jpg 
NG1388[no caption]Nicholas Garland15 Oct 1975NG1388.jpg 
10262"Quick, it's the Minister of Health coming.."Stanley Franklin12 Dec 196610262.jpg 
22018"This lovely heat? It comes from the Labour Party rubbing its hand together over the difficulties of Edward Heath!"Michael Cummings16 Feb 197222018.jpg 
20403"Mesdames, messieurs ... ze report, she goes like this..."Paul Rigby24 May 197120403.jpg 
NG0243"Lets nationalise it all now. We can't possibly make it worse"Nicholas GarlandundatedNG0243.jpg 
MC0540A"Don't you be rough with me - or I'll complain to Barbara Castle!"Michael Cummings05 Oct 1958MC0540A.jpg 
08230[no caption]Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]04 Jan 196608230.jpg 
12481"We ain't started Mrs. Castle's scheme to sell petrol yet, mate. But you can 'ave a drum of signal lamp oil cheapGus [George Smith]12 Dec 196712481.jpg 
15765If you don't let me do it - you'll have to do it yourself!Trog [Wally Fawkes]18 Jun 196915765.jpg 
MW2464"But who on earth would want to shoot me?"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]23 Jul 1968MW2464.jpg 
MW2777"I don't know what he's doing to the enemy, but by God! - he frightens me!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]22 Jul 1971MW2777.jpg 
NG1319[no caption]Nicholas Garland21 Mar 1975NG1319.jpg 
NG0717" ... and he marched them down again ..."Nicholas Garland29 Jul 1971NG0717.jpg 
NG0362"It's all right Barbara - you're quite safe here!"Nicholas Garland30 Apr 1968NG0362.jpg 
18979"Doesn't it strike you as odd? The whole Tory cabinet getting a new Rolls on the same day."Mac [Stan McMurtry]13 Nov 197018979.jpg 
10847"Fasten seat belts - I think we're going to hit another bird." / "Whatever makes you think I'm from the Ministry of Transport?" / "But are you insured for passenger liability?"Keith Waite10 Mar 196710847.jpg 
12726The Mystery - how does the ship get OUT of the bottle?Michael Cummings10 Jan 196812726.jpg 
15745"So - in 'Tomorrow's World' you see a silvery-haired man with a pointed nose playing the organ in 10 Downing Street! Kindly give me back my pound from my pocket!"Michael Cummings13 Jun 196915745.jpg 
16862Barbara castle has won the hair-do of the year awardTrog [Wally Fawkes]12 Dec 196916862.jpg 
16523"Mr Jenkins insists on absolute silence fron lower paid workers, travel agents, Tories, importers, etc., during this performance!"Nicholas Garland23 Oct 196916523.jpg 
19113"Barbara, see if you can find copies of all the convincing arguments used against us when we tried bringing in OUR trade union reform bill."Collie [Clive Collins]29 Nov 197019113.jpg 
NG0368"You get on with the game - I'll deal with the Spaniards!"Nicholas Garland08 May 1968NG0368.jpg 
19732"Take no notice, Monsieur Pompidou! They're all out of step except me!"Michael Cummings19 Feb 197119732.jpg 
MW3421"Ole!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]05 Sep 1969MW3421.jpg 
MC0726"Brinkmanship"Michael Cummings23 Nov 1959MC0726.jpg 
24085"There are some offences that I'd like to see it brought back here for as well!"Bernard Cookson12 Mar 197324085.jpg 
11696"Be honest now, Barbara... is it the C.S. gas or my pipe?Bernard Cookson24 Jul 197011696.jpg 
LSE4421Photography in Trafalgar SquareDavid Low (1891-1963)24 Jun 1952LSE4421.jpg 
KW0026[no caption]Keith Waite15 Oct 1968KW0026.jpg 
LSE4459Exercise at MorecambeDavid Low (1891-1963)30 Sep 1952LSE4459.jpg 
MC0243"Forward, Comrades, to the past!"Michael Cummings04 Oct 1956MC0243.jpg 
NG4628"I'm calling for what I call a party of unity!"Nicholas Garland10 Mar 1966 - 31 Dec 1993NG4628.jpg 
16869"Let's hope we have better luck with this one."Mac [Stan McMurtry]12 Dec 196916869.jpg 
NG0451"I'm hijacking this plane - we're not flying anywhere!"Nicholas Garland01 Apr 1969NG0451.jpg 
17051[no caption]Edward McLachlan11 Jan 197017051.jpg 
12480"Thorpe! I'm warning you ..."Stanley Franklin12 Dec 196712480.jpg 
21179"Harold, the Tupamaro guerillas have kidnapped Roy Jenkins - do you know anything about it?"Jak [Raymond Jackson]28 Oct 197121179.jpg 
MW3458That was National Laughter Week - That was.Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]01 Jan 1957 - 31 Dec 1975MW3458.jpg 
MC0729"On your guard, brethren! look out for heresy in that bag..."Michael Cummings28 Nov 1959MC0729.jpg 
16716"Another wildcat strike, Harold! The Comedians' Union complains you're making them redundant"Michael Cummings21 Nov 196916716.jpg 
MW3425'We may LOOK like the winning team lads, but remember there's many a slip twixt ball and t'Cup.'Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]16 Jun 1970MW3425.jpg 
15286[no caption]Trog [Wally Fawkes]03 Apr 196915286.jpg 
MW3081"How can I find time to congratulate a triumphant rugby team when I'm so busy trying to control my bunch of 'Bolshie' footballers!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]30 Jul 1974MW3081.jpg 
MW2384[no caption] Published caption:- "A word from the Older Teenagers on the Pop Scene." and caption under each picture from left:- "Wee Georgie Brown (Entertainer) Question: What do YOU think? Answer: I'm not opening my mouth; I'll only put my foot in it if I do. Besides,I'd like to emigrate." "Harold 'Dynamic' Wilson (The Prime Minister of Mirth) Question: What are your views on British politics? Answer: Frankly, they're sick, sick, sick - Good Heavens - what am I saying? I'd better emigrate." "Babs 'Greenfingers' Castle (Traffic Wardress) Question: What do you think of the moving scene? Answer: Absolutely breathtaking, ducky - I hope I'm not forced to emigrate." And a last word from the oldest entertainer in Europe Charlie de Gaulldfinger. Question: What do you think of Le Sexe? Answer : La Grande Bretagne is not yet ready for eet ... eh? Pardon, M'sieur,I thought you said Le Six!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]28 Nov 1967MW2384.jpg 
MW3237"Old Emmwood's Almanack for 1971Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]29 Dec 1970MW3237.jpg 
CU1306[no caption]Michael Cummings13 Dec 1972CU1306.jpg 
30242"Well - let's see if it works."Nicholas Garland14 Dec 197630242.jpg 
NG0645"Lovely footwork old boy - but you are supposed to be hitting the bally thing!"Nicholas Garland26 Jan 1971NG0645.jpg 
MW0448Slow Boat to ScarboroughEmmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]27 Sep 1958MW0448.jpg 
MW3416Westminster Players Present: - Return of 'Oliver' starring: - H. Wilson as the Artful
Dodger and Roy Jenkins as Fagin and Big Jim Callaghan as Bill Sikes
Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]15 Apr 1969MW3416.jpg 
11017"Should be a great success - Jim's written it, Sandie's singing it ..."Stanley Franklin11 Apr 196711017.jpg 
CU1248"Of course the trip will be useful! It will be a peaceful change from the Labour
Party."
Michael Cummings10 Nov 1971CU1248.jpg 
13196"'We've got to give people the sense that something positive is going on!' (Barbara
Castle)"
Nicholas Garland08 Apr 196813196.jpg 
MW3209"If he wishes me 'A happy New Year' - I'll do him!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]02 Jan 1975MW3209.jpg 
08887"Why be so suicidal, darling? Can't you just be pessimistic like me?"Michael Cummings01 Apr 196608887.jpg 
NG0533[No caption]Nicholas Garland24 Dec 1969NG0533.jpg 
NG0478"The strife is o'er, the battle done; / Now is the Victor's triumph won; / O let the song of praise be sung. Alleluia!"Nicholas Garland20 Jun 1969NG0478.jpg 
NG0458"But Ulysses escaped the sirens' blandishments by filling his companions' ears with wax and lashing himself to the mast."Nicholas Garland09 May 1969NG0458.jpg 
15210The Wilson and Jenkins Laugh-in with acknowlegements to the BBC 2 programme Laugh-inEmmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]16 Apr 196915210.jpg 
NG0327"For God's Sake Denis - nothing has been decided yet!"Nicholas Garland08 Jan 1968NG0327.jpg 
MW2479"Olympic sidelines"
Published captions: "If anyone wants to starta trouble. they'll have to be plenty quick - I hear they got "Speedy" Gonzalez to light the flame."
BOXING : Ted "Golden Boy' Heath and his strong right should win him top spot on the rostrum."
THREE LEGGED OBSTACLE RACE: B. Castle and H. Scanlon still having trouble with too many left feet." MARATHON : Harold (Fearless) Wilson v. Ian (Stonewall) Smith. Longest staying race in history - should have been over in a matter of weeks, now entering it's third great year."
"I think we ought to call for a sex test - she looks like one of THOSE females to me."
Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]12 Oct 1968MW2479.jpg 
14010"If anyone wants to starta trouble. they'll have to be plenty quick - I hear they got
"Speedy" Gonzalez to light the flame."
BOXING : Ted "Golden Boy' Heath and his strong right
should win him top spot on the rostrum."
THREE LEGGED OBSTACLE RACE: B. Castle and H. Scanlon
still having trouble with too many left feet."
MARATHON : Harold (Fearless) Wilson v. Ian
(Stonewall) Smith. Longest staying race in history - should have been over in a matter of weeks,
now entering it's third great year." "I think we ought to call for a sex test - she looks like
one of THOSE females to me."
Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]12 Oct 196814010.jpg 
16025"Scilly Season Again."Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]31 Jul 196916025.jpg 
12373[no caption] Published caption:- "A word from the Older Teenagers on the Pop Scene." and
caption under each picture from left:- "Wee Georgie Brown (Entertainer) Question: What do YOU
think? Answer: I'm not opening my mouth; I'll only put my foot in it if I do. Besides,I'd like to
emigrate." "Harold 'Dynamic' Wilson (The Prime Minister of Mirth) Question: What are your views
on British politics? Answer: Frankly, they're sick, sick, sick - Good Heavens - what am I saying?
I'd better emigrate." "Babs 'Greenfingers' Castle (Traffic Wardress) Question: What do you think
of the moving scene? Answer: Absolutely breathtaking, ducky - I hope I'm not forced to emigrate."
And a last word from the oldest entertainer in Europe Charlie de Gaulldfinger. Question: What do
you think of Le Sexe? Answer : La Grande Bretagne is not yet ready for eet ... eh? Pardon,
M'sieur,I thought you said Le Six!"
Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]28 Nov 196712373.jpg 
17053Inflation game. "What do you know, Barbara! We've won the Daily Mail inflation game -
without even going in for it!"
Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]10 Jan 197017053.jpg 
20788"I don't know what he's doing to the enemy, but by God! - he frightens me!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]22 Jul 197120788.jpg 
15701"Send a shot across her bows, Mr Scanlon - and prepare boarders!"Nicholas Garland06 Jun 196915701.jpg 
12277" ... and this is our dynamic, great leap forward, 3rd anniversary, economy model - all
systems stop!"
Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]09 Nov 196712277.jpg 
15360"But Ulysses escaped the sirens' blandishments by filling his companions' ears with wax and
lashing himself to the mast."
Nicholas Garland09 May 196915360.jpg 
15775"An Ascot sketchbook - new and old hats"Nicholas Garland18 Jun 196915775.jpg 
GAN/1701"It's the old fool who said she'd report us to Barbara Castle for putting a penny on
her embrocation."
Giles; Ronald Carl (1916-1995)30 Apr 1968GAN1764.jpg 
MW2548"'D' day for Emmwood - 0730 hrs tomorrow invades France. Now for a bit of peace in
our time folks!'"
Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]05 Jun 1969MW2548.jpg 
20834" ... and he marched them down again ..."Nicholas Garland29 Jul 197120834.jpg 
19752[no caption]Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]23 Feb 197119752.jpg 
27198"Pantomime Season - "Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]09 Nov 197427198.jpg 
26697"If he wishes me 'A happy New Year' - I'll do him!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]02 Jan 197526697.jpg 
CG/1/4/1/3/22/84"It's the old fool who said she'd report us to Barbara Castle for putting a penny on
her embrocation."
Giles; Ronald Carl (1916-1995)30 Apr 1968GAA222733.jpg 
21171"Of course we understand, Roy - we all have to do things we don't like now and again!"Bernard Cookson29 Oct 197121171.jpg 
17815"We'll get started as soon as I've buried this lot!"Bernard Cookson15 May 197017815.jpg 
17444"It just might produce something. The next No. 10 party guest list includes David Nixon, Tommy Cooper and the entire membership of the magic circle."Bernard Cookson10 Mar 197017444.jpg 
19510"Let's face it, if a guillotine HADN'T been imposed we'd have needed a 60-day cooling-off period after the reading of each clause!"Collie [Clive Collins]24 Jan 197119510.jpg 
17795[no caption]Leslie Gibbard19 Jun 197017795.jpg 
15309"It's a nice idea, Barbara - but would anyone give a damn if WE staged a one-day strike?"Bernard Cookson02 May 196915309.jpg 
MW2562"Say cheese!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]09 Aug 1969MW2562.jpg 
16408'You're out, George, the music hasn't stopped.'Jon [William John Philpin Jones]06 Oct 196916408.jpg 
15753[no caption]Leslie Gibbard14 Jun 196915753.jpg 
17169[no caption]Bernard Cookson29 Jan 197017169.jpg 
13789[no caption]John Jensen28 Jul 196813789.jpg 
16923"This shows I'm still in control of my dog"Michael Cummings19 Dec 196916923.jpg 
17179'... and quite fantastic acceleration, Mrs Castle, from 4 1/2% to 18%.'Jon [William John Philpin Jones]29 Jan 197017179.jpg 
20640[no caption]Michael Cummings28 Jun 197120640.jpg 
AH0255The Practitioners : not a violation of a principle - an extension of a practice (Mr. Crossman on the NHS changes).Arthur Horner16 May 1969AH0255.jpg 
26216'Dear Mr Foot... we have got Barbara Castle and unless you agree to uour demands...'Mac [Stan McMurtry]15 May 197426216.jpg 
13208[no caption]Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]09 Apr 196813208.jpg 
MW2596"After Lord Snowdon old Emmwood's pin-up calendar - a line-up of lovelies that money can't buy:-" and written under from left "Babs Castle as Cinderella." "Victoria Feather the Gypsy's warning."Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]20 Dec 1969MW2596.jpg 
20812"It may look unsightly to you people, but it's great material for my next book."Sidney William Martin25 Jul 197120812.jpg 
ILW4164Published caption: When will they ever learn?Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197910 Jan 1968ILW4164.jpg 
MW2491"Alone, Alone, all, all alone, / Alone on a wide, wide sea!" Ancient Mariner.Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]12 Nov 1968MW2491.jpg 
MW2430[no caption]Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]09 Apr 1968MW2430.jpg 
MW3398Inflation game. "What do you know, Barbara! We've won the Daily Mail inflation game - without even going in for it!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]10 Jan 1970MW3398.jpg 
17057"Told you so, Harold! I warned you to disharm him before we took off."Michael Cummings11 Jan 197017057.jpg 
15326A look at the form of the possible runners in the Downing Street Gold Cup at WestministerEdward McLachlan04 May 196915326.jpg 
00250I've GOT IT! Let's have a Lab.-Lab. alliance!Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197920 Nov 196100250.jpg 
MW2389"He's still breathing - what he really needs now is someone to put new heart into him!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]07 Dec 1967MW2389.jpg 
MW2378" ... and this is our dynamic, great leap forward, 3rd anniversary, economy model - all systems stop!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]09 Nov 1967MW2378.jpg 
10450More baffling road signsEmmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]10 Jan 196710450.jpg 
17329Thw woman who shouted 'What about the Workers?' at a strike meeting. In memory of H.M.
Bateman
Trog [Wally Fawkes]20 Feb 197017329.jpg 
NG0514"We have got to accept that workpeople have a veto which they are increasingly ready to exercise - (sob)!"Nicholas Garland07 Nov 1969NG0514.jpg 
AH0335The ReferendumArthur Horner02 Jul 1971AH0335.jpg 
16605"How the hell did that one get in here?"Bernard Cookson05 Nov 196916605.jpg 
14858'Better take care of dis guy Heath, I think he's on to us'Stanley Franklin20 Feb 196914858.jpg 
16970"Old Emmwood's Almanack."Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]30 Dec 196916970.jpg 
14338"Remember when WE were part of the National Trust?"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]29 Nov 196814338.jpg 
19526"Lovely footwork old boy - but you are supposed to be hitting the bally thing!"Nicholas Garland26 Jan 197119526.jpg 
CG/2/5/316Published caption: "Getting Mrs. Castle honked and selling her one of our Super Z Type
Sports may not be funny or clever, but it's damn good salesmanship."
Giles; Ronald Carl (1916-1995)17 Oct 1967GAP0316.jpg 
ILW2013[Illingworth cartoon ILW 2013]Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197923 November 1952ILW2013.jpg 
RS0075[No Caption] Ralph Steadman13 October 1967RS0075.jpg 
12161"C-Comrades! As I said 30 yeara ago, 'We are going into the Common Market at a hell of a pace'..."Michael Cummings04 Oct 196712161.jpg 
16395[no caption]Leslie Gibbard03 Oct 196916395.jpg 
13210[no caption]Kenneth Mahood09 Apr 196813210.jpg 
15294"Of course we have our differences - but let's at least pull together!"Nicholas Garland03 Apr 196915294.jpg 
AH0273`Nothing's changed, chaps: we still aim to do a Good Turn each day, but we don't waste any on those who need it.' (The Boy Scouts Association has denied allegations by a breakaway group that they have introduced new laws which violate the principles laid down by the founder.)Arthur Horner16 Jan 1970AH0273.jpg 
20013"It's unbelievable! It's monstrous! The Conservatives insist on behaving like Conservatives!"Michael Cummings31 Mar 197120013.jpg 
11480"Don't you think it's high time you gave the cartoonists' a pragmatic talking to,
Harold?"
Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]22 Jun 196711480.jpg 
11787Holiday snakes and laddersIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-19799 Aug 196711787.jpg 
MW3428The Most Fantasmagorical Superdynamic, pragmaticalistic entertainment in the history of economics! Harold Wilson presents:- "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang." Cert X.Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]17 Dec 1968MW3428.jpg 
NG1733"...Tyndall has two - but very small..."Nicholas Garland16 Dec 1977NG1733.jpg 
09833Cummings presents the Prime Minister's new motorcade straight from the Motor ShowMichael Cummings19 Oct 196609833.jpg 
15117Westminster Players Present: - Return of 'Oliver' starring: - H. Wilson as the Artful
Dodger and Roy Jenkins as Fagin and Big Jim Callaghan as Bill Sikes
Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]15 Apr 196915117.jpg 
16879Christmas toys for girls and boysEdward McLachlan14 Dec 196916879.jpg 
20807"Nay, lads - you'll not get US up on one o' they contraptions."Collie [Clive Collins]25 Jul 197120807.jpg 
LA0225"I just can't say it. 'A pound of onions, Sir Alec ...." / "Blimey, dad! He's missed
the hole too!" / "My! Your tiny hand is frozen ..."
David Langdon14 Jul 1968LA0225.jpg 
13078"The trouble with you is you're too sensitive." / "Er, Harold, I've decided on a Cabinet reshuffle." / "Don't look now, but here comes Mrs. Castle."Keith Waite28 Mar 196813078.jpg 
13967Brtain has overspent abroad by well over 2,000 million poundsNicholas Garland01 Oct 196813967.jpg 
14383'It's from Nixon. It says: "Don't ring us - we'll ring you"'Trog [Wally Fawkes]04 Dec 196814383.jpg 
17035"I shouldn't worry too much, madam - the train will probably be two hours late, anyway."Mac [Stan McMurtry]09 Jan 197017035.jpg 
LSE7957Barbara Castle, Nye and Driberg ascending on the left wing.David Low (1891-1963)Oct 1951LSE7957.jpg 
15641"Use the whip again, Barbara, I could have sworn I felt it move!"Jak [Raymond Jackson]20 May 196915641.jpg 
ILW4519[no caption]Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-19799 October 1960ILW4519.jpg 
MW3098"Playing with fireworks can be - dangerous!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]05 Nov 1974MW3098.jpg 
NG0399"No Mr Scanlon, first you help me out of my straight (sic) jacket and then I'll help you out of yours!"Nicholas Garland18 Oct 1968NG0399.jpg 
24086"Go on Barbara - what about all those judo lessons you've been taking!"Jak [Raymond Jackson]12 Mar 197324086.jpg 
MW3429"Remember when WE were part of the National Trust?"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]29 Nov 1968MW3429.jpg 
14367[no caption]Stanley Franklin02 Dec 196814367.jpg 
10880[no caption]William Papas16 Mar 196710880.jpg 
LSE4561"Like a mob of Pekinese puppies" says TawneyDavid Low (1891-1963)22 Sep 1953LSE4561.jpg 
08717"Hey! Give us back our ball again, mister."Nicholas Garland31 Mar 196608717.jpg 
19602[no caption]Michael Cummings03 Feb 197119602.jpg 
08253[no caption]William Papas07 Jan 196608253.jpg 
13420"It's the latest gimmick: We're appealimg to the Englishman's sense of pity."Michael Cummings15 May 196813420.jpg 
15306"... and does all your dirty work in the House!"Nicholas Garland02 May 196915306.jpg 
13198[no caption]Edward McLachlan07 Apr 196813198.jpg 
18516The party's over ... and this is the morning afterMichael Cummings02 Sep 197018516.jpg 
14023"They'd run out of warships"Stanley Franklin10 Oct 196814023.jpg 
17212"Now that we've had a whiff of their manifesto, we've got roughly twelve months to put it all into action!"Bernard Cookson04 Feb 197017212.jpg 
08286"At least we're expanding our production of hair shirts!"Michael Cummings12 Jan 196608286.jpg 
24093"Tch, tch! Look at the terrible mess he's making of his leadership!"Paul Rigby13 Mar 197324093.jpg 
14716[no caption]Nicholas Garland30 Jan 196914716.jpg 
40456"I know, let's have an opinion poll!"Bernard Cookson29 Jun 197040456.jpg 
AH0215[No caption]Arthur Horner17 May 1968AH0215.jpg 
NG1528Terrorist loose with A-bombNicholas Garland17 Sep 1976NG1528.jpg 
LSE9096Labour traffic problemDavid Low (1891-1963)04 Jul 1962LSE9096.jpg 
NG0202[No caption]Nicholas Garland10 Mar 1966 - 31 Dec 1969NG0202.jpg 
16213"As the 'binding' won't work on the strikers, Harold, I'm trying it on you instead"Michael Cummings05 Sep 196916213.jpg 
15817"Psychological warfare! I'm just doing it to raise his hopes - and then dash them!"Michael Cummings26 Jun 196915817.jpg 
18881'If we'd had any luck brothers, he'd have picked Lord George-Brown.'Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]31 Oct 197018881.jpg 
20070"So that's what he meant by going for expansion!"Edward McLachlan02 Apr 197120070.jpg 
19180"No, Victor doesn't want to come out and play - now go away you nasty, rough little boy!"Nicholas Garland09 Dec 198019180.jpg 
16394"... and yet another Oscar for your brilliant performance as the leader of a united party!"Jak [Raymond Jackson]03 Oct 196916394.jpg 
MW3433[no caption]Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]04 Jan 1966MW3433.jpg 
21592'I'm glad you're grateful for your rises, lads, but Parliament still needs to have an Opposition'Mac [Stan McMurtry]08 Dec 197121592.jpg 
LSE4471Early queueDavid Low (1891-1963)30 Oct 1952LSE4471.jpg 
LSE8688Caesar Gaitskell and the numerous BrutusDavid Low (1891-1963)18 Oct 1960LSE8688.jpg 
ILW4246Westminster flower showIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197919 May 1969ILW4246.jpg 
ILW4239Published caption: White Man's BurdenIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197931 Mar 1969ILW4239.jpg 
17122'I got it from John Lennon - so I can go around without being recognised!'Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]22 Jan 197017122.jpg 
MW2716[no caption]Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]23 Feb 1971MW2716.jpg 
12451"He's still breathing - what he really needs now is someone to put new heart into him!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]07 Dec 196712451.jpg 
20658"I wish he'd stop fuming about 'Yesterday's men' - and thank his lucky stars we're not
'today's men'!"
Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]23 Jun 197120658.jpg 
13312"It's all right Barbara - you're quite safe here!"Nicholas Garland30 Apr 196813312.jpg 
13644"The trouble with these things is, they break up in dirty weather!"Nicholas Garland28 Jun 196813644.jpg 
12870"...and now, by special request of the Prime Minister..."Nicholas Garland09 Feb 196812870.jpg 
14341"We could offer them repatriation - voluntarily of course!"Nicholas Garland29 Nov 196814341.jpg 
15434Westminster flower showIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197919 May 196915434.jpg 
15690"'D' day for Emmwood - 0730 hrs tomorrow invades France. Now for a bit of peace in
our time folks!'"
Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]05 Jun 196915690.jpg 
16620"We have got to accept that workpeople have a veto which they are increasingly ready to
exercise - (sob)!"
Nicholas Garland07 Nov 196916620.jpg 
18333"And now, the long awaited Parliamentary stakes.. They're under starter's orders..."Bernard Cookson17 Jun 197018333.jpg 
14494[no caption]Michael Cummings20 Dec 196814494.jpg 
21986A confrontation at the premises of the Westminster Gas Board between police and demonstrators demanding to get 100,000 tons of unflappability to MOVEMichael Cummings11 Feb 197221986.jpg 
MW2539"Emergency - anti euthanasian Ward No. 10 'Quick Doctor Mellish - more oxygen!'"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]01 May 1969MW2539.jpg 
NG0480"Look out - here comes Dick!"Nicholas Garland25 Jun 1969NG0480.jpg 
21412"Of course the trip will be useful! It will be a peaceful change from the Labour Party."Michael Cummings10 Nov 197121412.jpg 
15108[no caption] / "Saturday football - Sunday demonstrations - he's never at home these days." / "But what about the cooling-off period?"Keith Waite31 Mar 196915108.jpg 
MW2680"Dad's Army! To Start with - let's try marching in step!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]29 Sep 1970MW2680.jpg 
19994"Don't listen to him - he's sober"Michael Cummings29 Mar 197119994.jpg 
MC0719"Ah, Hugh! So you can doodle, too!"Michael Cummings09 Nov 1959MC0719.jpg 
AH0272The internal economy of Dothemasters Hall. `Subdue your appetites, my dears, and you've
conquered human nature. This is the way we inculcate strength of mind, Mr. Nickleby.' - Mr.
Squeers.
Arthur Horner09 Jan 1970AH0272.jpg 
AH0241The Young Worker's Guide to SocialismArthur Horner24 Jan 1969AH0241.jpg 
MW0586The Captain who got away FIRSTEmmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]11 Dec 1959MW0586.jpg 
NG0268"...and now, by special request of the Prime Minister..."Nicholas Garland09 Feb 1968NG0268.jpg 
NG1564"Well - let's see if it works."Nicholas Garland14 Dec 1976NG1564.jpg 
21173[no caption]Leslie Gibbard30 Oct 197121173.jpg 
NG1552Scylla and Charybdis...Nicholas Garland24 Nov 1976NG1552.jpg 
MW3430A"The Wilson & Jenkins Laugh-in"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]16 Apr 1969MW3430A.jpg 
13400"Why not take his passport away and banish him to the Scilly Isles?"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]11 May 196813400.jpg 
14437"There's nothing wrong with the coalition we've already got - if someone could just
turn the heat off!"
Nicholas Garland11 Dec 196814437.jpg 
15057"Four for the Flat. 'Gunboat Diplomacy by Gun-Happy Harold out of Caribbean Caper.
Blood Money by Ruthless Ray out of Tearful Taxpayer. Union Blues by Bouncing Barbara out of
Income Policy. Brown Huff by Georgie Boy out of Mustapha Handshake.'" "Feerless long stayer; excessive criticism does not prevent him
putting his worst foot forward. Regarding Gunboats' forthcoming committments, chief stable
lad Stewart was sworn to silence." "In spite of smooth appearance is apt to lash out
mercilessly at petrified punters. Should be front runner in Budget Stakes. Can't lose - but
not fancied. Blinkered." "Made made showing in Dagenham Nursery Stakes, one of the longest
cross country races in history. carrying a purse of a few pounds with #40 million added.
Neighs prettily." "After being restricted to grass for some months, this gay little horse
has made a welcome return to the form book. Should liven up many a bogged-down dinner with
tales of his classic performances."
Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]22 Mar 196915057.jpg 
16951[No caption]Nicholas Garland24 Dec 196916951.jpg 
AH0292[No caption]Arthur Horner19 Jun 1970AH0292.jpg 
RS0073[No Caption] Ralph Steadman1960sRS0073.jpg 
NG1567"The mayor was dumb, and the council stood As if they were changed into blocks of wood
Unable to move a step or cry To the children skipping by..." "The Pied Piper of Hamlyn" by
Robert Browning
Nicholas Garland17 Dec 1976NG1567.jpg 
05575"Alec, our 'Ennery and Babs are back from prowling round London's sleazy night life!"Vicky [Victor Weisz]04 May 196405575.jpg 
11325[no caption]Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197931 May 196711325.jpg 
15295"All sitting comfortably...?"Stanley Franklin03 Apr 196915295.jpg 
18689"We lost because to focus public attention on the real issues ... YOU'RE NOT LISTENING!!"Paul Rigby29 Sep 197018689.jpg 
MC0717"If only they'd stop giving me the answers...!Michael Cummings06 Nov 1959MC0717.jpg 
21859"We're off to another demo in Parlianment - to protest against the Rhodesia agreement!"Michael Cummings23 Jan 197221859.jpg 
MW3427"Stop worrying about the future - we might lose!" Emmwood's View. Waterloo Day 1070.Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]1970MW3427.jpg 
MC0534"Of course, you can always vote for an alternative... this is democracy"Michael Cummings26 Sep 1958MC0534.jpg 
VY3104"On behalf of my Rt. Hon. friend behind me..."Vicky [Victor Weisz]01 Aug 1960 - 25 Jan 1963VY3104.jpg 
08189"Why this fuss about Barbara Castle not being able to drive? We can't drive either!"Michael Cummings24 Dec 196508189.jpg 
NG4445[no caption]Nicholas Garland1976?NG4445.jpg 
MW2482[no caption]Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]19 Oct 1968MW2482.jpg 
NG0450[No caption]Nicholas Garland31 Mar 1969NG0450.jpg 
NG0529"Come on Roy - see if you can nip by on the outside!"Nicholas Garland10 Dec 1969NG0529.jpg 
17382"Of course MPs should get 100 pounds a week - it's damned hard work keeping people like teachers and nurses down to a minimum."Mac [Stan McMurtry]02 Mar 197017382.jpg 
19163"Look! We're opposing the Trade Unions Bill - and gravity!"Jak [Raymond Jackson]05 Dec 197019163.jpg 
NG0734"Mods and Rockers"Nicholas Garland04 Oct 1971NG0734.jpg 
15318'By the way - who's playing Mark Antony?'Leslie Gibbard03 May 196915318.jpg 
15340Talking of teethStanley Franklin07 May 196915340.jpg 
16886"Right, now we'll do a bit of negotiation .."Stanley Franklin15 Dec 196916886.jpg 
21734"Ah, come in Harold, I believe you know everyone here ..."Bernard Cookson05 Jan 197221734.jpg 
MW3420Captain Emmwood's Naps. APARTHEID by Narrow Mindedness out of Intolerance. Outsider. / EUROPEAN JOURNEY by Better Relations out of Togetherness. Should improve after Cuban try-out / TORY DILEMMA by Common Market out of Economic Necessity. Unflappable. 'Never had it so good' stayer. / FRANCO BLOOMERS by Dropped Brick out of Spanish Preamble. Needs work under threat of whip. / WHIP AROUND by Labour Party out of Law-Suit. Will try, try, try, and try again. / ONE UPMANSHIP by Political Capital out of Space Success. Trainer-owned and ridden, fast mover.Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]1960MW3420.jpg 
16210[no caption]Leslie Gibbard05 Sep 196916210.jpg 
17831"... And not a **** mention for any of us."Keith Waite20 May 197017831.jpg 
14397[no caption]William Papas06 Dec 196814397.jpg 
15744[no caption]Trog [Wally Fawkes]13 Jun 196915744.jpg 
15296"I couldn't resist bagging this one!"Bernard Cookson02 Apr 196915296.jpg 
18268[no caption]Leslie Gibbard20 Jun 197018268.jpg 
15477... But what happens when you get back to the place from which you first started said Alice..Richard Willson25 May 196915477.jpg 
16180[no caption]Leslie Gibbard01 Sep 196916180.jpg 
17648"There's always room for a spot of humour in politics, Roy - but now let's have the real Budget!"Bernard Cookson15 Apr 197017648.jpg 
25957'It's the only way, everybody, that we can insure against dangerous votes in the House of Commons!'Michael Cummings20 Mar 197425957.jpg 
20835"Ssh, everybody - I think he's trying to tell us something at last!..."Paul Rigby29 Jul 197120835.jpg 
NG1044"Is it my imagination or is it getting a bit hot in here?"Nicholas Garland17 Apr 1969NG1044.jpg 
19723[no caption]Nicholas Garland18 Feb 197119723.jpg 
LSE5452[no caption]David Low (1891-1963)11 Oct 1955LSE5452.jpg 
20840"Marvellous anti-Commarket propaganda, Callaghan! But it will get us into trouble with the Race Relations Board!"Michael Cummings30 Jul 197120840.jpg 
14234"All right! Tonight Tony checks 'The Navy Lark' and 'Petticoat Lane', Judith monitors 'Late Night Extra' and 'Music to Remember' and, Dick, you take 'Night Ride' and the weather forecast!"Nicholas Garland12 Nov 196814234.jpg 
MW2599"Old Emmwood's Almanack."Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]30 Dec 1969MW2599.jpg 
MW2797Labour Party PainsEmmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]04 Oct 1971MW2797.jpg 
MW3400"As long as nobody kidnaps Ted Heath we should be home and dry!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]1966MW3400.jpg 
15776"You'll be pleased to hear we've come up with an alternative to fines for unofficial strikers...."Mac [Stan McMurtry]18 Jun 196915776.jpg 
NG0531"Lets just give a solemn and binding undertaking not to use them!"Nicholas Garland16 Dec 1969NG0531.jpg 
NG0511"Pity we can't kill off the beaters as well!"Nicholas Garland31 Oct 1969NG0511.jpg 
10342[no caption]William Papas22 Dec 196610342.jpg 
13310"It's the old fool who said she'd report us to Barbara Castle for putting a penny on her embrocation."Giles; Ronald Carl (1916-1995)30 Apr 196813310.jpg 
17048Collision CourseTrog [Wally Fawkes]12 Jan 197017048.jpg 
MC0909A"Good old days again! Tories have stopped being socialists - they're re-grinding the faces of the poor, at last!"Michael Cummings03 Feb 1961MC0909A.jpg 
MA0026"How can we make it get back in the lamp?"Mac [Stan McMurtry]24 Mar 1975MA0026.jpg 
16861"Eeyore, the old grey donkey, stood by the side of the stream, and looked at himself in
the water 'pathetic', he said 'that's what it is, pathetic.'"
Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]11 Dec 196916861.jpg 
CU1273"Heath must be mad! He's behaving as if he's LEADER of his party or something!"Michael Cummings19 Jul 1971CU1273.jpg 
CU1275"Marvellous anti-Commarket propaganda, Callaghan! But it will get us into trouble with
the Race Relations Board!"
Michael Cummings30 Jul 1971CU1275.jpg 
MW3424"I got it from John Lennon - so I can go around without being recognised!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]22 Jan 1970MW3424.jpg 
NG0407"Come on, Aubrey - we've all got to increase productivity, you know!"Nicholas Garland14 Nov 1968NG0407.jpg 
NG1515"...Theirs not to make reply, theirs not to reason why, theirs but to do and die..."Nicholas Garland15 Jul 1976NG1515.jpg 
MW3287'Strictly for the Birds.'Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]03 Sep 1969MW3287.jpg 
LSE4700September Morn at ScarboroughDavid Low (1891-1963)28 Sep 1954LSE4700.jpg 
VY0305"But are you sure the best way to heal a rupture is cutting the patient in half, Dr. Edith?"Vicky [Victor Weisz]23 Mar 1955VY0305.jpg 
14378Test toys before buyingNicholas Garland03 Dec 196814378.jpg 
ILW4197Published caption: Ahem!Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197913 May 1968ILW4197.jpg 
15857...But we'll row forever, Steady from stroke to bow, And nothing in life shall sever The chain that is round us nowEmmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]03 Jul 196915857.jpg 
MW2594"Christmas Pantos Cont.: - Humpty-Dumpty on Thin Ice."Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]16 Dec 1969MW2594.jpg 
MW2602"How do you like that! They're not from George Brown, they're from Ted Heath!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]06 Jan 1970MW2602.jpg 
MW2559"Scilly Season Again."Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]31 Jul 1969MW2559.jpg 
MW3415"The Anatomy Lesson - after Rembrandt." 'Careful, Harold, he's still very much alive!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]01 Jan 1967 - 31 Dec 1967MW3415.jpg 
ILW4111Published caption: Holiday snakes and laddersIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-19799 Aug 1967ILW4111.jpg 
15203"Right, put those four unions on the black list... plumbers, electricians, engineers and dockers."Gus [George Smith]17 Apr 196915203.jpg 
AH0228Blackpool shooting gallery - 'Prizes!...come, gentlemen, we don't give away prizes; we just let you bang away, and promise to shut our eyes to any damage you do'Arthur Horner04 Oct 1968AH0228.jpg 
11062" ... and in future, cut out the cracks about 'thirteen years of Tory misrule'- the
country apparently preferred it!"
Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]18 Apr 196711062.jpg 
NG0375"But the problem is, if we say we've made the most ghastly mess of things, how do we get people to believe us?"Nicholas Garland24 May 1968NG0375.jpg 
13221That holiday feelingNicholas Garland11 Apr 196813221.jpg 
MW2670"More hue and cry. FOR CONCORDE BOOM-BOOMS. Heaven sent silver. FOR POP FESTIVALS Album Blues. FOR POST MORTEMS. Embarrassing Pink. FOR MEN OVERBOARD. Warmer Tones."Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]03 Sep 1970MW2670.jpg 
ILW4466You think they're friendly peasants-and then, wham!Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197909 Feb 1966ILW4466.jpg 
21383[no caption]Michael Cummings06 Nov 197121383.jpg 
14434[no caption]Michael Cummings11 Dec 196814434.jpg 
NG0358"'We've got to give people the sense that something positive is going on!' (Barbara Castle)"Nicholas Garland08 Apr 1968NG0358.jpg 
20077Grand National, 1971 - 1975Edward McLachlan03 Apr 197120077.jpg 
CU1240"Brighton Police here! I've just arrested a suspicious bunch who call each other
'comrade', propose to end their meeting by singing 'The Red Flag' and whose leader recently
returned from MOSCOW!!"
Michael Cummings04 Oct 1971CU1240.jpg 
10402I don't worry about burglars - its inconceivable anybody would want to steal my
collection"
Michael Cummings02 Jan 196710402.jpg 
AH0238[no caption]Arthur Horner27 Nov 1968AH0238.jpg 
MW2770"I wish he'd stop fuming about 'Yesterday's men' - and thank his lucky stars we're not 'today's men'!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]23 Jun 1971MW2770.jpg 
CU1274"It's what's known as a balance-of-payments deficit."Michael Cummings25 Jul 1971CU1274.jpg 
LSE4419Not expectant fathers - just expectant relationsDavid Low (1891-1963)19 Jun 1952LSE4419.jpg 
ILW4242No captionIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197914 Apr 1969ILW4242.jpg 
MW2443"Why not take his passport away and banish him to the Scilly Isles?"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]11 May 1968MW2443.jpg 
MW2455"Good news P.M.! - Not only has Danny-the Red gone but Emmwood-the Needle's gone too!" [crossed out]. "Good news PC.M.! - You can forget Danny-the-Red, Emmwood-the-needle's gone!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]13 Jun 1968MW2455.jpg 
05531"We must modernise Britain! ..." / "We must modernise industry...." / "We must modernise the trade unions ...." / "We must modernise our whole way of life!..." / "Right! Agreed unanimously we build a neo-pseudo-imitation Gothic extension to the House of Commons."Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197913 May 196405531.jpg 
18528"More hue and cry. FOR CONCORDE BOOM-BOOMS. Heaven sent silver. FOR POP FESTIVALS Album
Blues. FOR POST MORTEMS. Embarrassing Pink. FOR MEN OVERBOARD. Warmer Tones."
Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]03 Sep 197018528.jpg 
21159Labour Party PainsEmmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]04 Oct 197121159.jpg 
13464"But the problem is, if we say we've made the most ghastly mess of things, how do we get
people to believe us?"
Nicholas Garland24 May 196813464.jpg 
15814"Look out - here comes Dick!"Nicholas Garland25 Jun 196915814.jpg 
15099White Man's BurdenIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197931 Mar 196915099.jpg 
17009"How do you like that! They're not from George Brown, they're from Ted Heath!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]06 Jan 197017009.jpg 
16574"Pity we can't kill off the beaters as well!"Nicholas Garland31 Oct 196916574.jpg 
17968'We may LOOK like the winning team lads, but remember there's many a slip twixt ball
and t'Cup.'
Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]16 Jun 197017968.jpg 
19306"Old Emmwood's Almanack for 1971Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]29 Dec 197019306.jpg 
20741[no caption]Michael Cummings14 Jul 197120741.jpg 
30160Scylla and Charybdis...Nicholas Garland24 Nov 197630160.jpg 
15405It vanished quite slowly, beginning with the end of the tail, and ending with the grin, which remained some time after the rest of it had gone (The Cheshire Cat)Stanley Franklin15 May 196915405.jpg 
16083McLachlan's Spot-The-Ball Contest / To herald the start of the football season, the Sunday Mirror presents a spot-the-ball competition. Mark with a cross where you think the ball is and then see if you were right. Answer at foot of page.Edward McLachlan10 Aug 196916083.jpg 
13476The Editor said to me, "Edward, why don't you have a rest from politics this week. The holiday season is starting soon aand our readers want cheering up." "Why not have a political holiday cartoon" said I. "What a good idea" he said before he saw what I'd doneEdward McLachlan26 May 196813476.jpg 
20733"...and they say they'll stop slanting their documentaries if we'll stop slanting our party political broadcasts!"Bernard Cookson12 Jul 197120733.jpg 
NG1087"After all it was his fault we crashed - I reckon we ought to eat him!"Nicholas Garland16 Mar 1973NG1087.jpg 
RSN0569[No Caption] Ralph Steadman15 December 1967RSN0569.jpg 
20773"Heath must be mad! He's behaving as if he's LEADER of his party or something!"Michael Cummings19 Jul 197120773.jpg 
23574[no caption]Michael Cummings13 Dec 197223574.jpg 
17858[no caption]Michael Cummings25 May 197017858.jpg 
21320"Brighton Police here! I've just arrested a suspicious bunch who call each other 'comrade', propose to end their meeting by singing 'The Red Flag' and whose leader recently returned from MOSCOW!!"Michael Cummings04 Oct 197121320.jpg 
MW3255'Operation Emmwood. I wish we'd never sent him that Get Well Slowly card!'Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]1960MW3255.jpg 
NG0470"Send a shot across her bows, Mr Scanlon - and prepare boarders!"Nicholas Garland06 Jun 1969NG0470.jpg 
16822"It's your own fault! You should've slapped Vic Feather and his lot in jail before they had time to form a Junta!"Mac [Stan McMurtry]08 Dec 196916822.jpg 
15211"There's a breathless hush in the Close tonight..."Nicholas Garland15 Apr 196915211.jpg 
09372"Don't be impatient! I'm simply getting my pre-prepared Last Trumpet out of its package!"Michael Cummings20 Jul 196609372.jpg 
LSE4566Retreat to LiberalismDavid Low (1891-1963)02 Oct 1953LSE4566.jpg 
13952"But by 1971, comrades, we'll be giving the show in gorgeous costumes of revalued banknotes, Rhodesian trophies and star-spangled votes ..."Michael Cummings30 Sep 196813952.jpg 
13840And now - on with the showNicholas Garland11 Sep 196813840.jpg 
15394"What's wrong with the one we've got?" / "If you want Green Shield stamps as well you have to write to the Prime Minister." / "That's the best of having two Cabinets - I can fire him twice."Keith Waite14 May 196915394.jpg 
18708[no caption]Michael Cummings02 Oct 197018708.jpg 
15639"Goodness, Maudling! Any more souvenir hunting and there won't be any ship left by 1971 ..."Michael Cummings20 Jan 196915639.jpg 
15432[no caption]Leslie Gibbard19 May 196915432.jpg 
15396[no caption]Leslie Gibbard14 May 196915396.jpg 
19580"It's good to be back! Weekends are such a strain - having to behave like adults and pretending to be grown up!"Michael Cummings01 Feb 197119580.jpg 
17958[no caption]Edward McLachlan14 Jun 197017958.jpg 
19830[no caption]Nicholas Garland05 Mar 197119830.jpg 
20713"Take away that bauble!"Michael Cummings09 Jul 197120713.jpg 
20786Trouble brewing in LabizaLeslie Gibbard21 Jul 197120786.jpg 
21352'You know, I do believe they enjoy it'Leslie Gibbard02 Nov 197121352.jpg 
40445[no caption]Michael Cummings18 Mar 197040445.jpg 
AH0253New Girl at the School for Socialism - as a socialist the new M.P. for Mid-Ulster has taken her place on the Labour benches.Arthur Horner25 Apr 1969AH0253.jpg 
MC0905"Just my luck! If only it was someone else out of harm's way..."Michael Cummings18 Jan 1961MC0905.jpg 
MW1199[no caption]Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]11 Dec 1963MW1199.jpg 
MW2527"Four for the Flat. 'Gunboat Diplomacy by Gun-Happy Harold out of Caribbean Caper. Blood Money by Ruthless Ray out of Tearful Taxpayer. Union Blues by Bouncing Barbara out of Income Policy. Brown Huff by Georgie Boy out of Mustapha Handshake.'"
Published captions written under each picture from left:- "Feerless long stayer; excessive criticism does not prevent him putting his worst foot forward. Regarding Gunboats' forthcoming committments, chief stable lad Stewart was sworn to silence." "In spite of smooth appearance is apt to lash out mercilessly at petrified punters. Should be front runner in Budget Stakes. Can't lose - but not fancied. Blinkered." "Made made showing in Dagenham Nursery Stakes, one of the longest cross country races in history. carrying a purse of a few pounds with #40 million added. Neighs prettily." "After being restricted to grass for some months, this gay little horse has made a welcome return to the form book. Should liven up many a bogged-down dinner with tales of his classic performances."
Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]22 Mar 1969MW2527.jpg 
NG0476"An Ascot sketchbook - new and old hats"Nicholas Garland18 Jun 1969NG0476.jpg 
06151[no caption]William Papas15 Oct 196406151.jpg 
11995Pity the cartoonist who lost most of his favorite victims at home and abroad in one week.Vicky [Victor Weisz]20 Oct 196411995.jpg 
17548Chrys's Easter bonnet paradeChrys [George Fraser Chrystal]29 Mar 197017548.jpg 
MW2321" ... and in future, cut out the cracks about 'thirteen years of Tory misrule'- the country apparently preferred it!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]18 Apr 1967MW2321.jpg 
14471[no caption]Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]17 Dec 196814471.jpg 
NG0708"Ships leave a sinking rat"Nicholas Garland12 Jul 1971NG0708.jpg 
MW2506Published captions:- "Old Emmwood's Almanack for the first six months of 1969 - [and under each picture from left] JANUARY Russians demand sanctions against America for invasion of moon. Big freeze hits Britain. Barbara Castle delighted. Threat as more power cuts to come. Election rumours. FEBRUARY Cubans hi-jack Apollo 9. Russia blames Britain. Freeze continues. Harold Wilson threatens to resign and join Tories. Students revolt. Opinion polls forecast election soon. MARCH Favourites first and second in Grand National. Russia accuses Harold Wilson of rape of Czechoslovakia. Thaw sets in. Barbara Castle furious. More revolting students. Election imminent. APRIL Enoch Powell joins labour Party. Government resigns. Powell takes over as P.M. of caretaker government. Tories resign. Wilson flees to Scilly Isles. Russia warns. General election demanded by revolting primary school students. MAY Harold Wilson returns fron the Scilly Isles at head of 20,000 revolting students. Ian Smith and Russia demand sanctions against Britain. General De Gaulle calls for general election. Britain goes to the polls. JUNE George Brown comes out of retirement and is elected leader of coalition government. Jim Callaghan furious. Cartoonists delighted. New Premier Brown appears on telly. Appeals to nation. General election imminent."Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]28 Dec 1968MW2506.jpg 
MW3200"Pantomime Season - "Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]09 Nov 1974MW3200.jpg 
14079If the News of the World goes with Labour ...Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]19 Oct 196814079.jpg 
AH0156AOn the Brighton WaterfrontArthur Horner30 Sep 1966AH0156A.jpg 
10398The 1967 Mouse Race January February March April May June July August September October November DecemberWilliam Papas02 Jan 196710398.jpg 
CU1202"My dear sir, can't you detect the sweet smell of success coming from here?"Michael Cummings20 May 1970CU1202.jpg 
CU1272Tense situation in the desert kingdom of King Moulay el Wilson! How long will his
tottering throne last? Will he support the hot-headed leftists and betray the pro-european
sheiks? Will his health stand the strain? Suffers from agonising indigestion from
over-eating his words. Recently underwent deep surgery to discover his principles. Results
were negative.
Michael Cummings12 Jul 1971CU1272.jpg 
MW0446A"My dear - it's the way they look at you, with those big brown sympathetic eyes that sends ME!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]24 Sep 1958MW0446A.jpg 
13554"Good news P.M.! - Not only has Danny-the Red gone but Emmwood-the Needle's gone too!"
[crossed out]. "Good news PC.M.! - You can forget Danny-the-Red, Emmwood-the-needle's gone!"
Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]13 Jun 196813554.jpg 
15783"The strife is o'er, the battle done; / Now is the Victor's triumph won; / O let the song
of praise be sung. Alleluia!"
Nicholas Garland20 Jun 196915783.jpg 
12738"For God's Sake Denis - nothing has been decided yet!"Nicholas Garland08 Jan 196812738.jpg 
14519"Old Emmwood's Almanack for the first six months of 1969
- [and under each picture from left] JANUARY Russians demand sanctions against America for
invasion of moon. Big freeze hits Britain. Barbara Castle delighted. Threat as more power
cuts to come. Election rumours. FEBRUARY Cubans hi-jack Apollo 9. Russia blames Britain.
Freeze continues. Harold Wilson threatens to resign and join Tories. Students revolt.
Opinion polls forecast election soon. MARCH Favourites first and second in Grand National.
Russia accuses Harold Wilson of rape of Czechoslovakia. Thaw sets in. Barbara Castle
furious. More revolting students. Election imminent. APRIL Enoch Powell joins labour Party.
Government resigns. Powell takes over as P.M. of caretaker government. Tories resign.
Wilson flees to Scilly Isles. Russia warns. General election demanded by revolting primary
school students. MAY Harold Wilson returns fron the Scilly Isles at head of 20,000
revolting students. Ian Smith and Russia demand sanctions against Britain. General De
Gaulle calls for general election. Britain goes to the polls. JUNE George Brown comes out
of retirement and is elected leader of coalition government. Jim Callaghan furious.
Cartoonists delighted. New Premier Brown appears on telly. Appeals to nation. General
election imminent."
Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]28 Dec 196814519.jpg 
20727"Ships leave a sinking rat"Nicholas Garland12 Jul 197120727.jpg 
08431You think they're friendly peasants-and then, wham!Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197909 Feb 196608431.jpg 
14167Attention Young Socialists, Conservatives and Liberals Below are some of the fireworks that are a must for your annual bonfireEdward McLachlan03 Nov 196814167.jpg 
AH0271For the man who has everything ...Arthur Horner17 Dec 1969AH0271.jpg 
RS0067[No Caption] Ralph Steadman27 October 1967RS0067.jpg 
18042Strange Bedfellows: We the undersigned, hereby condemn this dangerous, totalitarian and inward-looking organisation as a threat to our cherished way of life and ideals ... signed Lord Montgomery, Sydney Silverman, Lord Hinchingbroke, Lord Beaverbrook, N. Kruschev, John Diefenbaker, Michael Foot, Douglas Jay, Barbara Castle, Sire Derek Walker-Smith, Emanuel Shinwell, President NkrumahIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-19794 June 196218042.jpg 
ILW3517Published caption: Strange Bedfellows: We the undersigned, hereby condemn this dangerous, totalitarian and inward-looking organisation as a threat to our cherished way of life and ideals ... signed Lord Montgomery, Sydney Silverman, Lord Hinchingbroke, Lord Beaverbrook, N. Kruschev, John Diefenbaker, Michael Foot, Douglas Jay, Barbara Castle, Sire Derek Walker-Smith, Emanuel Shinwell, President NkrumahIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-19794 June 1962ILW3517.jpg 
19983[no caption]Michael Cummings26 Mar 197119983.jpg 
LSE4544Attlee's holidayDavid Low (1891-1963)31 Jul 1953LSE4544.jpg 
16987"... Grasping a nettle for the nation's good is a wiser approach than steering clear of a difficult problem in the vain hope that it will disappear" ... Mr WilsonMichael Cummings02 Jan 197016987.jpg 
15634"... Babs seems such a hit with the Africans, it's a pity we didn't drop her on the Congo to pacify the rebels."Michael Cummings12 Dec 196415634.jpg 
MC0538"If only I could be sure that no one else will pop out to ruin the effect!"Michael Cummings02 Oct 1958MC0538.jpg 
16397"Ah, Barbara! The Golden Age of Penal Clauses, when Prime Ministers were really bosses of the country!"Michael Cummings03 Oct 196916397.jpg 
14448"With public confidence so shaky, no one's to go out without wearing his plastic 'calm-confidence' mask - otherwise the public won't believe the trade figures!"Michael Cummings13 Dec 196814448.jpg 
CU1080"C-Comrades! As I said 30 yeara ago, 'We are going into the Common Market at a hell of a
pace'..."
Michael Cummings04 Oct 1967CU1080.jpg 
CU1279"This lovely heat? It comes from the Labour Party rubbing its hand together over the
difficulties of Edward Heath!"
Michael Cummings16 Feb 1972CU1279.jpg 
CU0945"... Babs seems such a hit with the Africans, it's a pity we didn't drop her on the
Congo to pacify the rebels."
Michael Cummings12 Dec 1964CU0945.jpg 
20816"It's what's known as a balance-of-payments deficit."Michael Cummings25 Jul 197120816.jpg 
CU1094I don't worry about burglars - its inconceivable anybody would want to steal my
collection"
Michael Cummings02 Jan 1967CU1094.jpg 
17832"My dear sir, can't you detect the sweet smell of success coming from here?"Michael Cummings20 May 197017832.jpg 
21561"That wicked Lord BADman has cut short our sermon!"Michael Cummings03 Dec 197121561.jpg 
MC0550[No caption]Michael Cummings24 Oct 1958MC0550.jpg 
20730Tense situation in the desert kingdom of King Moulay el Wilson! How long will his tottering throne last? Will he support the hot-headed leftists and betray the pro-european sheiks? Will his health stand the strain? Suffers from agonising indigestion from over-eating his words. Recently underwent deep surgery to discover his principles. Results were negative.Michael Cummings12 Jul 197120730.jpg 
CU0645If Ever the Two Socialist Parties Get Back to PowerMichael Cummings23 Apr 1954CU0645.jpg 
CU0650Any more for the shore?Michael Cummings03 May 1954CU0650.jpg 
MW0597[no caption]Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]24 Dec 1959MW0597.jpg 
AH0244The ExpertsArthur Horner21 Feb 1969AH0244.jpg 
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