CodeGB/BCA/517
Dates1917-1979
Person NameMaudling; Reginald (1917-1979)
SurnameMaudling
ForenamesReginald
Catalogue
RefNoTitleArtistDateMultimediaImage
03026Budget DayWilliam Papas03 Apr 196303026.jpg 
05287[no caption]William Papas15 Apr 196405287.jpg 
05907Own Goal!Glan Williams23 Aug 196405907.jpg 
20761[no caption]Marc [Mark Boxer]17 Jul 197120761.jpg 
04604"We have reached the straight. It is my job to see that the party machine is in top gear." - Mr John Hare speaking at BirminghamIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197904 Nov 196304604.jpg 
05026[no caption]Stanley Franklin20 Feb 196405026.jpg 
05076[no caption]Vicky [Victor Weisz]28 Feb 196405076.jpg 
06894[no caption]William Papas27 Mar 196506894.jpg 
11560[no caption]Richard Willson05 Jul 197011560.jpg 
07434I think they're carrying the anti-grouse moor image a bit far.Trog [Wally Fawkes]25 Jul 196507434.jpg 
08745[no caption]William Papas12 Apr 196608745.jpg 
MC1169"Maudling Supercharger"Michael Cummings06 Nov 1962MC1169.jpg 
27540"Shoo, gentlemen. Make way for a new generation"Leslie Gibbard19 Feb 197527540.jpg 
NG0999[no caption]Nicholas Garland01 Jan 1971 - 28 Feb 1971NG0999.jpg 
18654"It's absolute hell being a bachelor - a chap has to write his own poems."Keith Waite23 Sep 197018654.jpg 
18850Join the ProfessionalsGerald Scarfe25 Oct 1970 
27560Old Mother Thatcher went to her Cabinet to give her poor party some bome bone When the hoarder got there the talent was bare So she dug up Old Maudling and Co.Gerald Scarfe23 Feb 1975 
05909[no caption]Abu Abraham23 Aug 196405909.jpg 
02160"That's my line."Norman Mansbridge26 Aug 196202160.jpg 
NG0735UnemploymentNicholas Garland11 Oct 1971NG0735.jpg 
02716The last hurdleWilliam Papas30 Mar 196302716.jpg 
VY3471"He never touched him..."Vicky [Victor Weisz]Jul 1965VY3471.jpg 
03690"Anyone for tennis?"Vicky [Victor Weisz]24 Jun 196303690.jpg 
MC1135[No capiton]Michael Cummings19 Aug 1962MC1135.jpg 
09772Where's that blown fuse?Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197910 October 196609772.jpg 
21948[no caption]Marc [Mark Boxer]05 Feb 197221948.jpg 
22875"The Scapegoat"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]20 Jul 197222875.jpg 
07047"Had a terrible nightmare - we won after the steel debate and Wilson called an
election ..."
Vicky [Victor Weisz]04 May 196507047.jpg 
07476"Wonderful this new image, isn't it?"Vicky [Victor Weisz]02 Aug 196507476.jpg 
11566"Some of us were wondering whether it was wise to entirely rule out miracles just yet!"Nicholas Garland06 Jul 197011566.jpg 
03014[no caption]Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197904 Apr 196303014.jpg 
JJ0041"Britain in the Seventies " is this week's theme at Chequers."John Jensen28 Apr 1963JJ0041.jpg 
00602Butler's All Purpose Band Phone WH1-0001William Papas17 Mar 196200602.jpg 
ILW3710No captionIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197916 Oct 1963ILW3710.jpg 
ILW3756Published caption: Not in the recipe "Who put that in?"Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197921 February 1964ILW3756.jpg 
LSE8377New broom sweeps cleanDavid Low (1891-1963)15 Jul 1958LSE8377.jpg 
MW1121[no caption]Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]04 Apr 1963MW1121.jpg 
03003[no caption]Michael Cummings05 Apr 196303003.jpg 
02228Mersyside madness!Glan Williams02 Dec 196202228.jpg 
21918'Much happen in the House today, Reggie?'Jon [William John Philpin Jones]01 Feb 197221918.jpg 
05913[no caption]Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197921 Aug 196405913.jpg 
03040Hip... Pip... Hooray!Glan Williams07 Apr 196303040.jpg 
03013Mr Maudling Chasing 4 per cent growthWilliam Papas04 Apr 196303013.jpg 
NG0661"Showdown in Ulster"Nicholas Garland23 Mar 1971NG0661.jpg 
03702'I've no objection to you going into films, but for God's sake don't start calling people darling.'Trog [Wally Fawkes]21 Jun 196303702.jpg 
04914"What you trying to do, Henry, lose us the election...?"Stanley Franklin28 Jan 196404914.jpg 
VY3711[Reginald Maudling]Vicky [Victor Weisz]03 Nov 1958 - 25 Feb 1966VY3711.jpg 
05043[no caption]William Papas23 Feb 196405043.jpg 
03016"Next time I'll sing to you."Vicky [Victor Weisz]04 Apr 196303016.jpg 
03018Relax, tycoons...Michael Cummings04 Apr 196303018.jpg 
VY2078"...And then they can apply for aid as underdeveloped countries..."Vicky [Victor Weisz]11 Dec 1962VY2078.jpg 
VY2426"Well, what's wrong with it, Reggie?"Vicky [Victor Weisz]24 Feb 1964VY2426.jpg 
NG0189"Yours sincerely ..."Nicholas Garland18 Dec 1967NG0189.jpg 
VY2441"The man with the flag"Vicky [Victor Weisz]13 Mar 1964VY2441.jpg 
05400Non-stretch shortieStanley Franklin10 Apr 196405400.jpg 
13116'That's one way of getting voted back into power!'Stanley Franklin08 Mar 196813116.jpg 
09314"Do you mind if I play through?" (the British Open Golf Championship started yesterday)Nicholas Garland07 Jul 196609314.jpg 
VY3472"Not out - er - yet!"Vicky [Victor Weisz]19 Aug 1936 - 25 Feb 1966VY3472.jpg 
07160"Downing Street, here I come!"Stanley Franklin28 May 196507160.jpg 
16583"I object to the Hon. Member pacing to and fro while I'm talking, Mr. Speaker."Stanley Franklin03 Nov 196916583.jpg 
05073'Bravo Maudling, you've filled it!'William Papas28 Feb 196405073.jpg 
07594"MODERNISATION - That's our message from here!"Vicky [Victor Weisz]01 Sep 196507594.jpg 
02849[no caption]Abu Abraham31 Mar 196302849.jpg 
04960More bus troubleGlan Williams12 Jan 196404960.jpg 
06183"I wish to God our rhino was extinct...'Stanley Franklin08 Oct 196406183.jpg 
18742'Now, as you know, we Tories have talked a lot about maintaining a presence around sewers...'Leslie Gibbard07 Oct 197018742.jpg 
02985"Does he manage Liverpool or Leicester, dad?"Jon [William John Philpin Jones]02 Apr 196302985.jpg 
05835The postmen's smithyStanley Franklin23 Jul 196405835.jpg 
20732"He MIGHT still be heading for Europe but I think he's showing off"Keith Waite12 Jul 197120732.jpg 
03027"I've got an awful feeling there's going to be a betting tax."Jon [William John Philpin Jones]03 Apr 196303027.jpg 
04716Conservative planning worksVicky [Victor Weisz]27 Nov 196304716.jpg 
18614"Off you go laddie - you promised to keep out of politics and here you in the middle of a great row again!"Nicholas Garland17 Sep 197018614.jpg 
01989'Cant' see a thing'Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197910 Aug 196201989.jpg 
02943[no caption]Peter Clarke01 Jan 196302943.jpg 
21688"Oh yes, more of that one! The rest need to stand awhile."Paul Rigby23 Dec 197121688.jpg 
03189"This Maudling wants 'is head examined!"Chrys [George Fraser Chrystal]07 Apr 196303189.jpg 
17794[no caption]Michael Cummings20 Jun 197017794.jpg 
ILW4461Snap!Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197906 Oct 1965ILW4461.jpg 
MW2890"The Scapegoat"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]20 Jul 1972MW2890.jpg 
07436"But I know he's an old Etonian at heart."Abu Abraham25 Jul 196507436.jpg 
06787[no caption]Vicky [Victor Weisz]01 Mar 196506787.jpg 
05665"Here, boy, nice carrots, boy..."Stanley Franklin18 Jun 196405665.jpg 
02976"G'lor! This fellow Maudling coud RUIN us!"Joseph Lee02 Apr 196302976.jpg 
03836"Well, there are plenty of babies arriving daily on our doorstep, Reggie..."Stanley Franklin08 Jul 196303836.jpg 
04451'Well boys, who feels fit enought to be PM this morning?'William Papas17 Oct 196304451.jpg 
03707Westminster conclaveWilliam Papas20 Jun 196303707.jpg 
04427"I think he's made his mind up ... writing to The Evening News about The Turning Point In His Life..."Joseph Lee08 Oct 196304427.jpg 
02935"It's a sort of Government pools panel."Jon [William John Philpin Jones]18 Feb 196302935.jpg 
05837[no caption]Vicky [Victor Weisz]23 Jul 196405837.jpg 
17980"Every time he opens his mouth he puts my foot in it."Keith Waite17 Jun 197017980.jpg 
04472"We're saved - here comes our guiding light again!"Vicky [Victor Weisz]23 Oct 196304472.jpg 
NG0768"Well Reggie, that proves your point about it provoking violence!"Nicholas Garland07 Jan 1972NG0768.jpg 
18317"My first patient ... and I've hardly unpacked!"Sidney William Martin28 Jun 197018317.jpg 
21769"Perhaps you should have appeared on that Ulster programme, Reggie - people are beginning to ask if you exist."Kenneth Mahood11 Jan 197221769.jpg 
08890[no caption]Glan Williams03 Apr 196608890.jpg 
21103The flying squadMichael Cummings17 Sep 197121103.jpg 
12796'Comfy?'Stanley Franklin01 Dec 196712796.jpg 
10062"Now somebody's been tapping our barometer." / Stop taking the mickey - you'll spoil his photographs."Keith Waite18 Nov 196610062.jpg 
14954'Really! Anybody could invade Britain with anything'William Papas06 Mar 196914954.jpg 
21202'More power Reggie! More power!'Leslie Gibbard26 Oct 197121202.jpg 
16403'If we're going to clear up this load of rubbish, Reggie, we'd better strike while the iron's hot!'Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]04 Oct 196916403.jpg 
15658"My God, seeing Quintin once a year in that thing was enough!"Stanley Franklin30 May 196915658.jpg 
15511The BeetlesStanley Franklin26 Sep 196315511.jpg 
16412Set fair for BrightonIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197906 Oct 196916412.jpg 
16446[no caption]Leslie Gibbard11 Oct 196916446.jpg 
17829"Watch it, Harold, I think we can expect this lot for the next few weeks"Bernard Cookson19 May 197017829.jpg 
21930"By Jove, that nearly woke Reggie up!"Jak [Raymond Jackson]02 Feb 197221930.jpg 
20237"Mr. Maudling! When are you going to do something about controlling attacker educationalistsMichael Cummings03 May 197120237.jpg 
IL0018"We can make it; step on it Reg!"Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197901 Aug 1962IL0018.jpg 
AH0319Homecoming : sour note from an ungrateful patrial -Arthur Horner12 Mar 1971AH0319.jpg 
21793"Boss, do you think we should do something about The Clockwork Orange?"Paul Rigby14 Jan 197221793.jpg 
21929'It's an offer to arrange a return bout from Harry Levene!'Bernard Cookson02 Feb 197221929.jpg 
22231"Speak up, Faulkner! I can't hear your answer for all those explosions!!"Paul Rigby24 Mar 197222231.jpg 
IL0069"It's never been stronger."Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197926 Feb 1964IL0069.jpg 
02379"Let's get one more bang out of Quintin!"Glan Williams16 Dec 196202379.jpg 
22223"You try telling him it's not explosive"Keith Waite23 Mar 197222223.jpg 
04937[no caption]Leslie Barton17 Jan 196404937.jpg 
IL0104[no caption]Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-19791952IL0104.jpg 
02936"Look, the new frontier!"Vicky [Victor Weisz]12 Feb 196302936.jpg 
VY3403"If we have no railways - you could go by road - if we had any roads"Vicky [Victor Weisz]05 Apr 1963VY3403.jpg 
VY3489"Good-night, good-night! Parting is such sweet sorrow..." Romeo and Juliet, Act II Scene 2Vicky [Victor Weisz]19 Aug 1936 - 25 Feb 1966VY3489.jpg 
VY2798[No caption]Vicky [Victor Weisz]26 Jul 1965VY2798.jpg 
03008"Er - Reggie.... "Peter Clarke04 Apr 196303008.jpg 
ILW3544Published caption: Second HouseIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197926 July 1962ILW3544.jpg 
ILW4029Published caption: Where's that blown fuse?Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197910 October 1966ILW4029.jpg 
ILW4426[no caption]Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-19791969ILW4426.jpg 
ILW3619[no caption]Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-19795 February 1963ILW3619.jpg 
ILW3589Published caption: The New TrainerIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-19797 November 1962ILW3589.jpg 
LA0194A"Nothing for it now but four-sided talks - me, Lynch, Faulkner and David Frost ..."David Langdon13 Feb 1972LA0194A.jpg 
LA0081A"Alf warned us about altitude,
but this is ridiculous."
David Langdon17 May 1970LA0081A.jpg 
MW0461The Light that FailedEmmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]18 Nov 1958MW0461.jpg 
MW1122[no caption]Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]04 Apr 1963MW1122.jpg 
00201[Macmillan blindfold manhole]Michael Cummings05 Nov 196100201.jpg 
MW1120"I hope when he lays it, it'll have a little Tory stamped on it!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]02 Apr 1963MW1120.jpg 
02940Pack up your troubles in your old kit-bag, and smile, smile, smile [Acknowledgements to Francis, Day & Hunter, Ltd.]Stanley Franklin05 Feb 196302940.jpg 
02768Problem ChildIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197908 Mar 196302768.jpg 
NM0093Window Dressing.Norman Mansbridge1964NM0093.jpg 
MW3411"This should be good - that golf ball he's about to hit is a Wilson!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]31 Jan 1970MW3411.jpg 
NG1421"...And if there are still any sceptics amongst you we hope these pictures will prove the existence of genuine alternative Conservative policies!"Nicholas Garland12 Dec 1975NG1421.jpg 
VY2604"Lucky Jim!" ["Oh, lucky Jim! How I envy him!"]Vicky [Victor Weisz]13 Nov 1964VY2604.jpg 
VY2595[No caption]Vicky [Victor Weisz]30 Oct 1964VY2595.jpg 
WP0096'Bravo Maudling, you've filled it!'William Papas28 Feb 1964WP0096.jpg 
VY2573"Stagnant? I'm expanding at a steady pace...!"Vicky [Victor Weisz]22 Sep 1964VY2573.jpg 
05053"Well, what's wrong with it, Reggie?"Vicky [Victor Weisz]24 Feb 196405053.jpg 
02272"What smog?"William Papas06 Dec 196202272.jpg 
02279'I should have thought youth was getting plenty of outdoor life, under us..'Stanley Franklin06 Dec 196202279.jpg 
05351"... First prize, a bottle of whisky."
"It didn't take Ernie Marples long to hear about it."
Keith Waite16 Apr 196405351.jpg 
VY2793[No caption]Vicky [Victor Weisz]16 Jul 1965VY2793.jpg 
LSE5710"Come into the garden, Maudling"David Low (1891-1963)13 Nov 1957LSE5710.jpg 
VY2469[No caption]Vicky [Victor Weisz]17 Apr 1964VY2469.jpg 
05692[no caption]Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197910 Jun 196405692.jpg 
04762'It's a mud, mud, mud, mud world' (with acknowledgments to new chase-theme comedy film)Stanley Franklin05 Dec 196304762.jpg 
01916Save this cartoon for the nation 850,000 pounds neededEmmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]02 Aug 196201916.jpg 
05852[no caption]Michael Cummings29 Jul 196405852.jpg 
18131The New TrainerIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-19797 November 196218131.jpg 
16435"... and when we come to power, what will we inherit? 100,000,000 tons of rubbish, that's what!"Bernard Cookson09 Oct 196916435.jpg 
21368".... Day by day, night by night, hour by hour, year by year..."Paul Rigby04 Nov 197121368.jpg 
21324"Dreaming of Europe? You're joking! He's still trying to get to sleep by counting defectors deserting to the enemy."Michael Cummings03 Oct 197121324.jpg 
19400[no caption]Gerald Scarfe10 Jan 1971 
22014[no caption]Leslie Gibbard15 Feb 197222014.jpg 
21960"If that doesn't work, try an Irish jig."Paul Rigby07 Feb 197221960.jpg 
22213"Right, Tony - start pedalling"Keith Waite21 Mar 197222213.jpg 
07440The New MagicIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197926 July 196507440.jpg 
03087"Actually I'm not asking very much my dear sir! I only want you to change your sex!"Michael Cummings19 Apr 196303087.jpg 
05991'Ah, yes, I'm on the right road now...'Stanley Franklin30 Sep 196405991.jpg 
AH0347Good Home Wanted : 'There, he's yours now, son, here's your licence - but for God's sake don't let him come back here!'Arthur Horner03 Mar 1972AH0347.jpg 
04454Only room for oneIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197912 Oct 196304454.jpg 
NG0055"A horse. A horse - my kingdom for a horse!"Nicholas Garland29 Jun 1966NG0055.jpg 
WP0221'I'm not going up there, it's moving'William Papas09 Oct 1964WP0221.jpg 
05856"Straining the economy, you are!"Vicky [Victor Weisz]28 Jul 196405856.jpg 
05381A Midsummer Night's DreamWilliam Papas14 Apr 196405381.jpg 
ILW3993No captionIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197915 April 1966ILW3993.jpg 
VY2329"Mr Butling and Mr Maudler : two sensational new compromise candidates to stop Quintin"Vicky [Victor Weisz]17 Oct 1963VY2329.jpg 
15820"Maybe he's clearing the decks for action - maybe he's just trying to keep afloat!"Nicholas Garland26 Jun 196915820.jpg 
LSE9190Financial astronautDavid Low (1891-1963)15 Mar 1963LSE9190.jpg 
18559[no caption]Ralph Steadman08 Sep 197018559.jpg 
LSE8428Rough on fence-sittersDavid Low (1891-1963)19 Nov 1958LSE8428.jpg 
LSE8435This year's pantomimes - Sleeping BeautiesDavid Low (1891-1963)05 Dec 1958LSE8435.jpg 
07442"Not one picture of me in the Sunday papers."Jon [William John Philpin Jones]26 Jul 196507442.jpg 
01781Second HouseIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197926 Jul 196201781.jpg 
NG1347"Pssst! Fancy some new number plates?"Nicholas Garland20 May 1975NG1347.jpg 
03689'Aw, don't bother us about Injuns - can't ya see there's a rodeo goin' on?'Stanley Franklin24 Jun 196303689.jpg 
NG4658"The only sound that filled the room was a high-pitched throb which drove men out of their minds!"Nicholas Garland10 Mar 1966 - 31 Dec 1993NG4658.jpg 
VY3121[No caption]Vicky [Victor Weisz]19 Aug 1936 - 25 Feb 1966VY3121.jpg 
VY3311"I assure you, we won't go bust before October 16..."Vicky [Victor Weisz]19 Aug 1936 - 25 Feb 1966VY3311.jpg 
VY2674[No caption]Vicky [Victor Weisz]18 Feb 1965VY2674.jpg 
VY2328'Do-it-yourself' Prime Minister. Fit the pieces together. Prizes for the correct solution are offered to everybody except Mr Randolph ChurchillVicky [Victor Weisz]16 Oct 1963VY2328.jpg 
VY2420"Long, lonely walks in the country - that's my prescription for the next eight weeks" - Mr Maudling in an interviewVicky [Victor Weisz]19 Feb 1964VY2420.jpg 
18737On the crest of a wave.Ralph Steadman06 Oct 197018737.jpg 
15565Auntie's back!Stanley Franklin15 Nov 196315565.jpg 
15525A Prime Minister must have many qualities ...Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197917 Oct 196315525.jpg 
CU0966"Adjutant! Ask the troops to refrain from waving the white flag - at least until after
we've begun the next battle."
Michael Cummings13 Apr 1964CU0966.jpg 
05408[no caption]Vicky [Victor Weisz]08 Apr 196405408.jpg 
ILW4216Published caption: De-fused?Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197923 September 1968ILW4216.jpg 
05154Heavy goingIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197916 Mar 196405154.jpg 
ILW3735Published caption: Pile-up on the NIIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-19798 Jan 1964ILW3735.jpg 
07500The new gamekeepers "Well, we'll know where they are, sir."Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197906 Aug 196507500.jpg 
LSE9181Now to pin on the tailDavid Low (1891-1963)22 Feb 1963LSE9181.jpg 
06744[No caption]Vicky [Victor Weisz]18 Feb 196506744.jpg 
27963"Pssst! Fancy some new number plates?"Nicholas Garland20 May 197527963.jpg 
LSE9124New modelDavid Low (1891-1963)19 Sep 1962LSE9124.jpg 
02986"I hope when he lays it, it'll have a little Tory stamped on it!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]02 Apr 196302986.jpg 
06252"Well, brother, I've inherited it from you!"Vicky [Victor Weisz]26 Nov 196406252.jpg 
22872'I am just going outside and may be some time...'Leslie Gibbard19 Jul 197222872.jpg 
LA0185A"I'll call for floodlights if you all promise to have your tea in the dark ..." / "... for
better for worse, whether he can afford a house at today's prices or not ..."
David Langdon06 Feb 1972LA0185A.jpg 
AH0291Political World Cup: They praise the brilliant skill with which you play: I shouldn't carp at all. You use your feet and head with grand display - But where's the bloody ball? [after Roy Campbell]Arthur Horner05 Jun 1970AH0291.jpg 
14399"Resign? Nonsense - I'm the best manager we've got!"Nicholas Garland06 Dec 196814399.jpg 
02987"Cheer up, everybody! I've sent Maudling down to the hold with a bucket"Michael Cummings01 Apr 196302987.jpg 
NG0179"For he's a FRIGHTFULLY good fellow"Nicholas Garland23 Oct 1967NG0179.jpg 
07446"Must he keep walking up and down with that?"Stanley Franklin27 Jul 196507446.jpg 
03019[no caption]Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]04 Apr 196303019.jpg 
CU1260"What terrifies me, Prime Minister, is that if the troubles don't stop the REST of the
Irish will emigrate to Britain"
Michael Cummings22 Mar 1971CU1260.jpg 
19397'Confidentially, Mr Dutschke, this tribunal finds you guilty of having been a public danger in the near future'Leslie Gibbard10 Jan 197119397.jpg 
02823Do you hear a sort of rumble, Harold?Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197925 Mar 196302823.jpg 
19944"What was so marvellous about the rest of the British Commonwealth was that we could always leave it"Michael Cummings21 Mar 197119944.jpg 
14032'It's not so bad, Ted - he could have chosen Blackpool'Trog [Wally Fawkes]09 Oct 196814032.jpg 
09270"A horse. A horse - my kingdom for a horse!"Nicholas Garland29 Jun 196609270.jpg 
06584On safari in darkest WestministerMichael Cummings18 Jan 196506584.jpg 
21166[no caption]Gerald Scarfe31 Oct 1971 
08638 "The Labour party has
proposed ... the introduction of Votes at Eighteen, to add a necessary political dimension to the increasingly
important economic and social position of young people" (Labour Manifesto)
Nicholas Garland23 Mar 196608638.jpg 
WP0098A Midsummer Night's DreamWilliam Papas14 Apr 1964WP0098.jpg 
07121"Glad all the hatchets have now been buried!"Vicky [Victor Weisz]19 May 196507121.jpg 
CU0995"If we didn't have to concentrate on being television personalities, we'd have some time
left for thinking about politics"
Michael Cummings12 Apr 1965CU0995.jpg 
CU0985On safari in darkest WestministerMichael Cummings18 Jan 1965CU0985.jpg 
NG0090"We'll let you know"Nicholas Garland10 Oct 1966NG0090.jpg 
02568"As we've just succeeded in producing a Socialist winter - maybe we'll get the Socialist vote..."Michael Cummings27 Jan 196302568.jpg 
LA0185B"I'll call for floodlights if you all promise to have your tea in the dark ..." / "... for
better for worse, whether he can afford a house at today's prices or not ..."
David Langdon06 Feb 1972LA0185B.jpg 
07802"Mr. Heath, what a comfort it must be to you all to know that Conservative policies are so popular!"Michael Cummings16 Oct 196507802.jpg 
05374"Two pints of gripe water, we're celebratin'!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]15 Apr 196405374.jpg 
18994[no caption]Sidney William Martin15 Nov 197018994.jpg 
ILW3640No captionIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-19794 Apr 1963ILW3640.jpg 
AH0231[No caption]Arthur Horner01 Nov 1968AH0231.jpg 
04981Pile-up on the NIIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197908 Jan 196404981.jpg 
VY2176"We'll hang ourselves tomorrow" (he pauses) "unless Godot comes" - Waiting for Godot, Act IIVicky [Victor Weisz]02 Apr 1963VY2176.jpg 
03002"If we have no railways - you could go by road - if we had any roads"Vicky [Victor Weisz]05 Apr 196303002.jpg 
15882"As I thought - in spite of Labour pains pregnant with nothing!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]08 Jul 196915882.jpg 
VY1895[No caption]Vicky [Victor Weisz]26 Feb 1962VY1895.jpg 
VY2105A"...and a prosperous new year to you, too!"Vicky [Victor Weisz]01 Jan 1963VY2105A.jpg 
27544All the King's horses and all the king's men said: Blimey! Old Humpty's together again!Stanley Franklin20 Feb 197527544.jpg 
05031"Splendid - now ship it to Cuba."
"Look here, Fanny, just because the Household Cavalry are to have their wives in barracks..."
John? George? Paul? Ringo? another 103,000,000 pounds lads and you can come home.
Keith Waite20 Feb 196405031.jpg 
CU1717"I'm almost certain she gave us a smile..."Michael Cummings15 Feb 1965CU1717.jpg 
VY2466Vicky's long-range weather forecast for the next six monthsVicky [Victor Weisz]17 Apr 1964VY2466.jpg 
03394"I suppose in the long run we are all judged by results" - Mr Macmillan January 22 1963Vicky [Victor Weisz]13 May 196303394.jpg 
17820"You're lucky you're not in Labour's election campaign."
"Alf warned us about altitude,
but this is ridiculous."
"Scrub Prince Charles off the inaugural flight list for a start..."
"What kinda enemy is he? Whoever heard of a Command HQ without an air- conditioning plant?"
David Langdon17 May 197017820.jpg 
CU1289"Hurrah! How thrilling! It takes our minds off Ulster!"Michael Cummings19 Jul 1972CU1289.jpg 
01967"Brilliant idea! To persuade de Gaulle we're good Europeans, let's move Downing Street
to Saint Tropez and the Houses of Parliament to Cannes!"
Michael Cummings08 Aug 196201967.jpg 
MC1186"Maudling Antoinette"Michael Cummings03 Dec 1962MC1186.jpg 
WP0196'Really! Anybody could invade Britain with anything'William Papas06 Mar 1969WP0196.jpg 
NG0660"No stopping Mr Faulkner - just keep straight on!"Nicholas Garland22 Mar 1971NG0660.jpg 
MW1153"The Great Westminster Mystery" "Is he alive - or dead?"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]10 Jul 1963MW1153.jpg 
07867Snap!Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197906 Oct 196507867.jpg 
MW2117"Now then - who's got the dynamite?"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]18 Feb 1965MW2117.jpg 
VY2537[No caption]Vicky [Victor Weisz]20 Jul 1964VY2537.jpg 
ILW4453The new gamekeepers "Well, we'll know where they are, sir."Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197906 Aug 1965ILW4453.jpg 
VY2305"For like one of Shakespeare's characters, I do not intend 'to live after my flame lacks oil, to be the snuff of younger spirits'" - Mr Macmillan, October 14 1961Vicky [Victor Weisz]19 Sep 1963VY2305.jpg 
MW0010[no caption]Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]17 Jan 1957MW0010.jpg 
01997"Persoanlly, I have always had more faith in the older type of weapon."Peter Clarke11 Aug 196201997.jpg 
CU0967"When I have to read economic documents I have to have a box of matches and start moving
them into position to simplify and illustrate the points to myself...." - Sir Alec in an
interview September 16, 1962
Michael Cummings15 Apr 1964CU0967.jpg 
LSE8506"Look what I made out of the spare wheel"David Low (1891-1963)17 Jun 1959LSE8506.jpg 
03133"Britain in the Seventies " is this week's theme at Chequers."John Jensen28 Apr 196303133.jpg 
LSE8420Delayed decisionDavid Low (1891-1963)29 Oct 1958LSE8420.jpg 
LSE9139Dr. Maudling's patientDavid Low (1891-1963)07 Nov 1962LSE9139.jpg 
03028"Just a final check, sir."Jon [William John Philpin Jones]03 Apr 196303028.jpg 
22216"One hundred yards ... two hundred yards ... three hundred yards ...!"Jak [Raymond Jackson]21 Mar 197222216.jpg 
LSE9191Clarion callDavid Low (1891-1963)26 Mar 1963LSE9191.jpg 
22222'Ah, but you can now leave your widow up to 30,000 pounds free of estate duty.'Mac [Stan McMurtry]23 Mar 197222222.jpg 
NG0589"... then in 1690 William III decided to settle this problem once and for all!"Nicholas Garland30 Jun 1970NG0589.jpg 
02804Five days to the flat. 'Not the most promising string we ever had ...'Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197920 Mar 196302804.jpg 
22146"Come on, come on, it's only an iniative test!"Jak [Raymond Jackson]09 Mar 197222146.jpg 
NG0751"This procedure has been regarded in Whitehall as the likeliest way of quickly getting vital information about the terrorist campaign"Nicholas Garland17 Nov 1971NG0751.jpg 
NG0776"Couldn't we get her disqualified for blatant advertising?"Nicholas Garland02 Feb 1972NG0776.jpg 
15632"Should I use my matches now?"Vicky [Victor Weisz]05 Nov 196415632.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 
20008"Stop worrying, Tony, with the two more wage snatches in May and the bank job in June we can afford a bumper Budget."Mac [Stan McMurtry]30 Mar 197120008.jpg 
02330"...And then they can apply for aid as underdeveloped countries..."Vicky [Victor Weisz]11 Dec 196202330.jpg 
28834"...And if there are still any sceptics amongst you we hope these pictures will prove
the existence of genuine alternative Conservative policies!"
Nicholas Garland12 Dec 197528834.jpg 
LSE8748Mission to the DominionsDavid Low (1891-1963)14 Jun 1961LSE8748.jpg 
VY2234"Anyone for tennis?"Vicky [Victor Weisz]24 Jun 1963VY2234.jpg 
VY2697"Me? Doped? I am aggressively well...!"Vicky [Victor Weisz]23 Mar 1965VY2697.jpg 
MW2040"Two pints of gripe water, we're celebratin'!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]15 Apr 1964MW2040.jpg 
12795"Yours sincerely ..."Nicholas Garland18 Dec 196712795.jpg 
09750"He's got him worried!"Nicholas Garland06 Oct 196609750.jpg 
VY1988"Meet the boys - young, bright, tough, just the chaps to pull us through!"Vicky [Victor Weisz]01 Aug 1962VY1988.jpg 
VY2517[No caption]Vicky [Victor Weisz]18 Jun 1964VY2517.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 
NG0009Published caption: "The Labour party has
proposed ... the introduction of Votes at Eighteen, to add a necessary political dimension to the increasingly important economic and social position of young people" (Labour Manifesto)
Nicholas Garland23 Mar 1966NG0009.jpg 
NG0397"I just hope he can't see Blackpool foaming with much blood!"Nicholas Garland07 Oct 1968NG0397.jpg 
19611"If only Lord George-Brown would SAY or do SOMETHING - so we could all have a bit of
a giggle!"
Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]04 Feb 197119611.jpg 
20907"Escalation ..."Nicholas Garland11 Aug 197120907.jpg 
VY2342[No caption]Vicky [Victor Weisz]31 Oct 1963VY2342.jpg 
01773Doubling Up. What did he do while waiting to go on trial for his political life?Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197927 Jul 196201773.jpg 
VY2464[No caption]Vicky [Victor Weisz]15 Apr 1964VY2464.jpg 
VY2132This was charming, no doubt; but they shortly found out That the captain they trusted
so well Had only one notion for crossing the ocean And that was to tingle his bell. - the
Hunting of the Snark
Vicky [Victor Weisz]05 Feb 1963VY2132.jpg 
CU1242"The Home Secretary isn't eating today - he's doing the cooking instead!"Michael Cummings13 Oct 1971CU1242.jpg 
02977"We'll hang ourselves tomorrow" (he pauses) "unless Godot comes" - Waiting for Godot, Act
II
Vicky [Victor Weisz]02 Apr 196302977.jpg 
21288[No caption]Nicholas Garland11 Oct 197121288.jpg 
20711"I agreed to let Mike Yarwood do it - as long as he does Harold's reply, too!"Bernard Cookson08 Jul 197120711.jpg 
09793"We'll let you know"Nicholas Garland10 Oct 196609793.jpg 
NG0043"All against one and one against all ..."Nicholas Garland30 May 1966NG0043.jpg 
06077"Stagnant? I'm expanding at a steady pace...!"Vicky [Victor Weisz]22 Sep 196406077.jpg 
03830The AuditionIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-19798 July 196303830.jpg 
22225[No caption]Nicholas Garland23 Mar 197222225.jpg 
19017'I will do such things - what they are yet I know not; but they shall be the terrors of
the earth' - 'King Lear,' Act 2, scene IV
Leslie Gibbard17 Nov 197019017.jpg 
00704"I'm giving him up for Lent - "Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]08 Mar 196200704.jpg 
04769"Another train robbery?"Vicky [Victor Weisz]05 Dec 196304769.jpg 
21056"Let's get Sir Bernard Miles to handle the Irish talks, Ted - he'd have them walking naked
into the conference room at the drop of a shillelagh!"
Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]09 Sep 197121056.jpg 
19951"No stopping Mr Faulkner - just keep straight on!"Nicholas Garland22 Mar 197119951.jpg 
01906"Meet the boys - young, bright, tough, just the chaps to pull us through!"Vicky [Victor Weisz]01 Aug 196201906.jpg 
21377"Look out - that one over there is still fizzing!"Nicholas Garland05 Nov 197121377.jpg 
CU0912Relax, tycoons...Michael Cummings04 Apr 1963CU0912.jpg 
05495"When mighty roast beef was the Englishman's food / It ennobled our hearts and enriched our
blood - / Our soldiers were brave our courtiers were good. / Oh! The roast beef of England, / And
old England's roast beef" - The Grub Street Opera
Vicky [Victor Weisz]21 May 196405495.jpg 
04976"Accelerator...Brakes...Accelerator...Brakes...!"Vicky [Victor Weisz]08 Jan 196404976.jpg 
04309[No caption]Vicky [Victor Weisz]02 Sep 196304309.jpg 
13912De-fused?Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197923 September 196813912.jpg 
15534Alexander's Ragtime BandStanley Franklin21 Oct 196315534.jpg 
16212"Ole!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]05 Sep 196916212.jpg 
17180"This should be good - that golf ball he's about to hit is a Wilson!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]31 Jan 197017180.jpg 
22124"I do hope, Barber, you at least have managed to think of something."Michael Cummings06 Mar 197222124.jpg 
16425"Now chaps - no fighting in public, like that ghastly lot who were down here last
week!"
Nicholas Garland08 Oct 196916425.jpg 
15222[no caption]Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197914 Apr 196915222.jpg 
15596"When I go to the Country...(pause) in October..."Vicky [Victor Weisz]11 Jun 196415596.jpg 
20905"Well, we're still in deep water!"Nicholas Garland10 Aug 197120905.jpg 
19516"Well now about this postman's strike - no news is good news eh?"Nicholas Garland25 Jan 197119516.jpg 
20571"One year old today"Nicholas Garland18 Jun 197120571.jpg 
18474"The Glorious Twelfth"Nicholas Garland12 Aug 197018474.jpg 
19488"I just hope we've got enough money to meet our commitments!"Nicholas Garland21 Jan 197119488.jpg 
CU1234The flying squadMichael Cummings17 Sep 1971CU1234.jpg 
WP0168[no caption]William Papas17 Feb 1967WP0168.jpg 
WF0868'They're cartoonists on a refresher course'Trog [Wally Fawkes]27 Jun 1969WF0868.jpg 
VY3500"I suppose in the long run we are all judged by results" - Mr Macmillan January 22 1963Vicky [Victor Weisz]13 May 1963VY3500.jpg 
WP0089[no caption]William Papas15 Oct 1966WP0089.jpg 
VY2043"Now, Reggie, let's go on a trial run to Norfolk, Northants, Chippenham, Dorset - and step on it!"Vicky [Victor Weisz]06 Nov 1962VY2043.jpg 
NG0833"Oh! We don't want to lose you - but we think you ought to go ..."Nicholas Garland12 Jul 1972NG0833.jpg 
VY2794"You can get into pawn, but then don't talk about an independent foreign policy..." - Mr Harold Wilson September 7, 1964 "The Chancellor of the Exchequer is ... now pawning the family possessions" - Mr Selwyn Lloyd, July 17 1965Vicky [Victor Weisz]20 Jul 1965VY2794.jpg 
VY2158"I tell you, they're just waiting to back the old winner again..."Vicky [Victor Weisz]08 Mar 1963VY2158.jpg 
05369[No caption]Vicky [Victor Weisz]15 Apr 196405369.jpg 
20818[no caption]Keith Waite26 Jul 197120818.jpg 
67030'Oh come back, all ye faithful...'Vicky [Victor Weisz]20 Dec 196367030.jpg 
VY2228Six characters in search of an authorVicky [Victor Weisz]20 Jun 1963VY2228.jpg 
VY2112"Er, many happy returns of the day, sir..."Vicky [Victor Weisz]10 Jan 1963VY2112.jpg 
VY2799"It is not a British custom either to contend or compete" - Mr Iain Macleod, in Blackpool, October 10 1963Vicky [Victor Weisz]26 Jul 1965VY2799.jpg 
VY2440"I am happy to say ... we are now a united and enthusiastic party" - The Prime Minister, March 5Vicky [Victor Weisz]12 Mar 1964VY2440.jpg 
02838"Patience, gentlemen, this branch is due for axing NEXT year..."Stanley Franklin28 Mar 196302838.jpg 
12179"Shall we go, girls? - We're all a bit short at the moment"Stanley Franklin20 Oct 196712179.jpg 
05044"Know of any other hope we have of getting mentioned in history..?"Stanley Franklin21 Feb 196405044.jpg 
13997"Team games seem plagued with disruption nowadays.."Stanley Franklin07 Oct 196813997.jpg 
04532Leadership fight moved to the conference hall.. Chancellor [missing]Ralph Sallon12 Oct 196304532.jpg 
21956"I'll call for floodlights if you all promise to have your tea in the dark ..." / "... for better for worse, whether he can afford a house at today's prices or not ..."David Langdon06 Feb 197221956.jpg 
LA0081B"Scrup Prince Charles off the inaugural flight list for a start..."David Langdon17 May 1970LA0081B.jpg 
IL0179[no caption]Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197926 Jan 1965IL0179.jpg 
01963Mr. Reginald Maudling Chancellor of the Exchequer. No 115Stephen Roth08 Aug 196201963.jpg 
LA0247A"What kinda enemy is he? Whoever heard of a Command HQ without an air- conditioning plant?"David Langdon17 May 1970LA0247A.jpg 
05393"Adjutant! Ask the troops to refrain from waving the white flag - at least until after we've begun the next battle."Michael Cummings13 Apr 196405393.jpg 
67028'Lead, kindly light...'Roy Dewar20 Dec 196367028.jpg 
RSN0794[No Caption] Ralph SteadmanUndatedRSN0794.jpg 
VY2587A[no caption]Vicky [Victor Weisz]23 Oct 1964VY2587A.jpg 
AH0141The lost chordArthur Horner25 Mar 1966AH0141.jpg 
19952"What terrifies me, Prime Minister, is that if the troubles don't stop the REST of the Irish will emigrate to Britain"Michael Cummings22 Mar 197119952.jpg 
22009"I see they're after pay rises out here, too."
"Nothing for it now but four-sided talks - me, Lynch, Faulkner and David Frost ..."
"And another thing - I reckon beer in a ruddy litre tastes different..."
David Langdon13 Feb 197222009.jpg 
05749'How many more days are we safe for..?'Stanley Franklin06 Jul 196405749.jpg 
RS0058[No Caption] Ralph Steadman21 March 1975RS0058.jpg 
RS0088On the crest of a waveRalph Steadman06 Oct 1970RS0088.jpg 
RSN0729[No Caption] Ralph Steadman09 December 1970RSN0729.jpg 
06665'Sorry to see you go'William Papas02 Feb 196506665.jpg 
21979"If I throw crumbs to this special case, will the rest of you undertake to go away ...?"Leslie Gibbard10 Feb 197221979.jpg 
02850"Remember, Reggie - it's not just the eyes of the country that are on you!"John Jensen31 Mar 196302850.jpg 
AH0344Scenario for a horror filmArthur Horner12 Nov 1971AH0344.jpg 
04428"We can assure you, Ladies and Gentlemen, that the customary [...] of consultation about the leadership are being carried on."Michael Cummings12 Oct 196304428.jpg 
21072"How nice if the Home Secretary would occasionally return to earth to do something about the crime wave."Michael Cummings12 Sep 197121072.jpg 
06783"Ah - a cunning Socialist plot to wreck our new image-building."Michael Cummings01 Mar 196506783.jpg 
21044"Yes, at first it seemed like a stalemate, but with some genuine and purposeful action she floated free of the sand bank."Paul Rigby07 Sep 197121044.jpg 
CU0986"Fight over the leadership! What fight over the leadership?"Michael Cummings22 Jan 1965CU0986.jpg 
20776"We'll be off with the next tide, chaps - Tony here has volunteered to blow!"Bernard Cookson19 Jul 197120776.jpg 
05865[no caption]Michael Cummings31 Jul 196405865.jpg 
05776"That bang? Oh, it's only Amery crashing through the sound barrier again."Vicky [Victor Weisz]10 Jul 196405776.jpg 
19570[no caption]Collie [Clive Collins]31 Jan 197119570.jpg 
NG0701"One year old today"Nicholas Garland18 Jun 1971NG0701.jpg 
06535'At least, Selwyn, we had a Stop AND Go policy'William Papas10 Dec 196406535.jpg 
VY2912[No caption]Vicky [Victor Weisz]20 Dec 1965VY2912.jpg 
ILW3672The AuditionIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-19798 July 1963ILW3672.jpg 
10641"Well, Marples hath gone - Now What?"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]09 Feb 196710641.jpg 
00468'But don't you hear something else ticking?'Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197919 Feb 196200468.jpg 
07168"Can't see the Champ falling to a 'softie'. Somebody will have to give him a real wallop."Glan Williams30 May 196507168.jpg 
LSE8464View from the peakDavid Low (1891-1963)13 Feb 1959LSE8464.jpg 
16402'Ennals, indeed - we'll show 'em who the real trendies are.'Jon [William John Philpin Jones]04 Oct 196916402.jpg 
MW2833"Now then - our next job is to do something about cleaning up that lot - at a stroke!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]24 Jan 1972MW2833.jpg 
MW2790"Let's get Sir Bernard Miles to handle the Irish talks, Ted - he'd have them walking naked into the conference room at the drop of a shillelagh!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]09 Sep 1971MW2790.jpg 
NG0794"When the pie was opened the birds began to squawk!"Nicholas Garland24 Mar 1972NG0794.jpg 
07750"For our part, we Conservatives are greatly rejuvenated..." - Mr. Edward Du Cann, October 24Vicky [Victor Weisz]26 Oct 196507750.jpg 
03537"It's all right, Henry, we're right behind you!"Vicky [Victor Weisz]27 May 196303537.jpg 
06650[no caption]William Papas03 Jan 196506650.jpg 
09746"That's what we need at Blackpool - some publicity-seeking young malcontents to distract attention from our speeches."Kenneth Mahood05 Oct 196609746.jpg 
06095"All for one and a free for all.."Frank Benier30 Oct 196406095.jpg 
12030Bravo HeathWilliam Papas23 Sep 196712030.jpg 
19351"Surely, Mr. Maudling, you're not going to deport that other German just because he wants to blow up the remaining half of the world?"Michael Cummings04 Jan 197119351.jpg 
09775"And one to the Postmaster-General complaining about unreliable deliveries." / "Your proposals are interesting but I can only reiterate that I am not empowered by my Government to negotiate." / "Come now, there must be something we can cheer about."Keith Waite10 Oct 196609775.jpg 
20513'Seriously now, Jim - we'll sort this out at a stroke, or rather, at ten strokes'Mac [Stan McMurtry]11 Jun 197120513.jpg 
05394Cartoon A: "How about a whopping great tax on pipe tobacco!", Cartoon B: "I heard he might encourage savings.", Cartoon C: "If they tax the length of our cars let's hope they deduct the length of our traffic jams."Keith Waite13 Apr 196405394.jpg 
08438"Excuse me, but your mixed rugby match ended the day before yesterday." / "Had this wonderful dream - we won the pools and got a council house." / "So you reckon the election might be pretty soon, sport."Keith Waite08 Feb 196608438.jpg 
AH0320Snatch Squad. `What are you waiting for? All you have to do is ignore the others and go for the fellow in the trench-coat.'Arthur Horner19 Mar 1971AH0320.jpg 
05418"Traitors to Capitalism! You're just a gang of dangerous Reds!"Michael Cummings06 Apr 196405418.jpg 
MW3457"Doesn't ANYONE beleive in fairies?"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]20 Dec 1962MW3457.jpg 
18735[no caption]Nicholas Garland06 Oct 197018735.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 
06219'We've grown economically in the past 13 years'William Papas01 Oct 196406219.jpg 
04872"'So what if we lose a few shopkeepers' votes,' he said"William Papas20 Jan 196404872.jpg 
04375Exclusive picture of Britain's sensational new vocal group rehearsing for their first appearance at Blackpool next month.Vicky [Victor Weisz]12 Sep 196304375.jpg 
15903"NOT OUT, of course! And the innings will last another twenty years"Michael Cummings11 Jul 196915903.jpg 
04468'After you...'Vicky [Victor Weisz]18 Oct 196304468.jpg 
06264"Ah, so something turned up after all."Stanley Franklin25 Nov 196406264.jpg 
05164'Now all you have to do is to stop it going out again'Roy Dewar13 Mar 196405164.jpg 
16477"Man overboard!"Nicholas Garland16 Oct 196916477.jpg 
07507SELLING BRITAIN - Down the river.Glan Williams08 Aug 196507507.jpg 
11604"It's outrageous! It's Immoral! The Tories are actually keeping THEIR election promises!"Michael Cummings10 Jul 197011604.jpg 
22148"With friends like Enoch and Nabarro, who has need of enemies?"Michael Cummings10 Mar 197222148.jpg 
15529'All right - you can come out now'William Papas19 Oct 196315529.jpg 
13991"Am I saved?" / "Time, gentlemen, PLEASE."Keith Waite08 Oct 196813991.jpg 
20365"I say, skipper, d'you think Davies is pulling his weight?"Jak [Raymond Jackson]18 May 197120365.jpg 
NG0793[No caption]Nicholas Garland23 Mar 1972NG0793.jpg 
21358"All right, you critters - one at a time! And remember it's for the job of Deputy, not Sheriff!"Bernard Cookson02 Nov 197121358.jpg 
21121Are'nt you glad we're back?Gerald Scarfe26 Sep 1971 
MW3421"Ole!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]05 Sep 1969MW3421.jpg 
21059'Agressor! How dare you stand between me and my destiny!'Leslie Gibbard09 Sep 197121059.jpg 
21257'Now, where have I seen that before?'Leslie Gibbard16 Oct 197121257.jpg 
22045[no caption]Michael Cummings20 Feb 197222045.jpg 
CU0921"Mr. Ferranti! Run our Post Office and pay the postmen out of the profits only you can
make.. and we'll forget our dispute with you!"
Michael Cummings24 Jul 1964CU0921.jpg 
NG0724"Escalation ..."Nicholas Garland11 Aug 1971NG0724.jpg 
VY2460"We have a joke book and all the family put in jokes when they find them. We're a bit short just now ..." - Lady Douglas-Home in an interview on January 26Vicky [Victor Weisz]07 Apr 1964VY2460.jpg 
05153"I am happy to say ... we are now a united and enthusiastic party" - The Prime
Minister, March 5
Vicky [Victor Weisz]12 Mar 196405153.jpg 
07414"You can get into pawn, but then don't talk about an independent foreign policy..." - Mr
Harold Wilson September 7, 1964 "The Chancellor of the Exchequer is ... now pawning the family
possessions" - Mr Selwyn Lloyd, July 17 1965
Vicky [Victor Weisz]20 Jul 196507414.jpg 
VY2179"You can rest assured that we intend to continue on the path that you have prepared" - Mr Macmillan to mr Selwyn Lloyd, 13 July 1962Vicky [Victor Weisz]05 Apr 1963VY2179.jpg 
04450[no caption]Michael Cummings16 Oct 196304450.jpg 
MW2403[no caption]Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]16 Jan 1968MW2403.jpg 
MW2709"If only Lord George-Brown would SAY or do SOMETHING - so we could all have a bit of
a giggle!"
Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]04 Feb 1971MW2709.jpg 
VY2740"Glad all the hatchets have now been buried!"Vicky [Victor Weisz]19 May 1965VY2740.jpg 
06998Laugh, Clown, laugh!Vicky [Victor Weisz]22 Apr 196506998.jpg 
VY2213"It's all right, Henry, we're right behind you!"Vicky [Victor Weisz]27 May 1963VY2213.jpg 
VY2292[No caption]Vicky [Victor Weisz]02 Sep 1963VY2292.jpg 
VY3469"Ah, someone's switched on the old illuminations again ..."Vicky [Victor Weisz](1963)VY3469.jpg 
06002[no caption]William Papas29 Sep 196406002.jpg 
04466"This is Coachman Home welcoming you aboard hackney carriage 'Conservative.' Hoping you will enjoy your promenade - kindly fasten your seat belt."Michael Cummings21 Oct 196304466.jpg 
19396"Mein Gott, Mr. Maudling! You're not supposed to be a watchdog!"Michael Cummings10 Jan 197119396.jpg 
04512"Frankly, I'm getting a bit cheesed with 'After Scarborough this'd better be good'...", / "This'll hit Saturday cartoon matinees at the local cinema pretty hard.", / "Rose-coloured glasses May improve hens laying, but not on National Health, mate!", / "Shine all over, miss?"David Langdon06 Oct 196304512.jpg 
15524"... But where's the - horse?"Vicky [Victor Weisz]17 Oct 196315524.jpg 
12413"What we have to face at the present ime are not conditions of the International Monetary Fund, but the realities of the situation!" (Jenkins)Nicholas Garland01 Dec 196712413.jpg 
19458[no caption]Michael Cummings18 Jan 197119458.jpg 
VY3190"Same old farce - only in modern dress!" [Ben Jonson's 'The Alchemist' is being revived by the Old Vic]Vicky [Victor Weisz]30 Nov 1962VY3190.jpg 
ILW3607[no caption]Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-19794 Jan 1963ILW3607.jpg 
ILW3739Cat among the pigeonsIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197917 Jan 1964ILW3739.jpg 
MW2183A"What with his TV appeal to the nation, his flight to Balmoral and Ombudsman, this should be the best Tory conference Harold Wilson's ever had."Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]14 Oct 1965MW2183A.jpg 
05147Babies can be...Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197902 Mar 196405147.jpg 
16262"Darling, you don't want to risk going off on a blind-date NOW!"Michael Cummings14 Sep 196916262.jpg 
NG0778[No caption]Nicholas Garland07 Feb 1972NG0778.jpg 
LSE9102Day of SacrificeDavid Low (1891-1963)27 Jul 1962LSE9102.jpg 
VY2352"So from this moment on the fact that there is a general election ahead of us must never be out of our minds" - The Prime Minister on MondayVicky [Victor Weisz]13 Nov 1963VY2352.jpg 
21516"I forgot to mention Principle Number Six - The right to change the other Five."Paul Rigby26 Nov 197121516.jpg 
15555"Heavens be praised! The Captain's got to the bridge in the nick of time!"Michael Cummings09 Nov 196315555.jpg 
ILW3617[no caption]Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197901 Feb 1963ILW3617.jpg 
ILW3927Published caption: End of term, 'Wilson minimus - if i could have your attention for a moment...'Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-19794 Aug 1965ILW3927.jpg 
MW0472[no caption]Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]08 Dec 1958MW0472.jpg 
22889[no caption]Gerald Scarfe23 Jul 1972 
04695"Perhaps we should have second thoughts on his vertical take-off..."Vicky [Victor Weisz]19 Nov 196304695.jpg 
NG0612"Now you've shown you can't be pushed around by black Africans - do try to make it clear you're not being pushed around by white ones!"Nicholas Garland20 Oct 1970NG0612.jpg 
VY2333"... and nothing in life shall sever The chain that is round us now..." - Eton Boating SongVicky [Victor Weisz]21 Oct 1963VY2333.jpg 
VY2385"Accelerator...Brakes...Accelerator...Brakes...!"Vicky [Victor Weisz]08 Jan 1964VY2385.jpg 
19254"But if the public get their way about everything, Prime Minister, what happens about our going into the Common Market?"Sidney William Martin20 Dec 197019254.jpg 
NG0790"Shouldn't we get this thing out of here?"Nicholas Garland09 Mar 1972NG0790.jpg 
21135[no caption]Michael Cummings27 Sep 197121135.jpg 
04252"That's it, gentlemen! Our image at last!"Vicky [Victor Weisz]26 Sep 196304252.jpg 
NG0722[No caption]Nicholas Garland09 Aug 1971NG0722.jpg 
VY2542"Straining the economy, you are!"Vicky [Victor Weisz]28 Jul 1964VY2542.jpg 
03701[No caption]Vicky [Victor Weisz]21 Jun 196303701.jpg 
15517[no caption]Vicky [Victor Weisz]11 Oct 196315517.jpg 
VY2807"Wonderful this new image, isn't it?"Vicky [Victor Weisz]02 Aug 1965VY2807.jpg 
15528"I hope that it will soon be possible for the customary processes of consultation to be carried on within the party about its future leadership." Mr Macmillan on anouncing his decision to resignIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197919 Oct 196915528.jpg 
VY2326"Thank goodness, we evolve our leader in our own way and don't elect him democratically like those socialists!"Vicky [Victor Weisz]14 Oct 1963VY2326.jpg 
06716'I wish we knew which one's doing the miming!'Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]23 Feb 196506716.jpg 
VY2309"At the roots of our Tory philosophy lies the conviction that we are all in the same boat" - Mr Macmillan, Jan 23 1957Vicky [Victor Weisz]24 Sep 1963VY2309.jpg 
VY2705[No caption]Vicky [Victor Weisz]01 Apr 1965VY2705.jpg 
LSE5683"Confidential"David Low (1891-1963)23 Aug 1957LSE5683.jpg 
05727"But we'll row forever, steady from stroke to bow.."Vicky [Victor Weisz]01 Jul 196405727.jpg 
07441"It is not a British custom either to contend or compete" - Mr Iain Macleod, in Blackpool,
October 10 1963
Vicky [Victor Weisz]26 Jul 196507441.jpg 
06064Emmwood introduces 'ITCHYFINGER' - A political adventureEmmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]17 Sep 196406064.jpg 
MW0482[no caption]Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]24 Dec 1958MW0482.jpg 
LSE9160Old Low's Almanack 1963David Low (1891-1963)31 Dec 1962LSE9160.jpg 
LSE9100The outlook for cartoonistsDavid Low (1891-1963)24 Jul 1962LSE9100.jpg 
15531[No caption]John Jensen20 Oct 196315531.jpg 
05309"Methinks all this has been going on a bit too long..."Vicky [Victor Weisz]23 Apr 196405309.jpg 
14019"But how do you go about sending them home without changing the very heart and character of
England?"
Nicholas Garland11 Oct 196814019.jpg 
13995"I just hope he can't see Blackpool foaming with much blood!"Nicholas Garland07 Oct 196813995.jpg 
03844"The Great Westminster Mystery" "Is he alive - or dead?"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]10 Jul 196303844.jpg 
20157"Yours John!"Nicholas Garland23 Apr 197120157.jpg 
09082One against all and all against oneNicholas Garland30 May 196609082.jpg 
02942"...and a prosperous new year to you, too!"Vicky [Victor Weisz]01 Jan 196302942.jpg 
21962[No caption]Nicholas Garland07 Feb 197221962.jpg 
15549[No caption]Vicky [Victor Weisz]31 Oct 196315549.jpg 
17351Command Performance.Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]24 Feb 197017351.jpg 
15585'I'm sorry, Edward, but Quintin's going to be Noddy - you can be Big-Ears'Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-19797 February 196415585.jpg 
15519"Thank goodness, we evolve our leader in our own way and don't elect him democratically
like those socialists!"
Vicky [Victor Weisz]14 Oct 196315519.jpg 
ILW3711A Prime Minister must have many qualities ...Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197917 Oct 1963ILW3711.jpg 
ILW4467The New MagicIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197926 July 1965ILW4467.jpg 
22189"Cannon to the right of them, cannon to left of them, cannon in front of them ..."Nicholas Garland16 Mar 197222189.jpg 
NG0791"Cannon to the right of them, cannon to left of them, cannon in front of them ..."Nicholas Garland16 Mar 1972NG0791.jpg 
11559Here they come!Edward McLachlan05 Jul 197011559.jpg 
22211"...Now, about this initiative..."Bernard Cookson20 Mar 197222211.jpg 
17680'... That on an unknown date at an unknown rendezvous, unknown persons did meet other unknown persons ...'Bernard Cookson21 Apr 197017680.jpg 
21266"Now, let's not veto their idea too hastily, Reggie!'Bernard Cookson14 Oct 197121266.jpg 
AH0340The CitadelArthur Horner13 Aug 1971AH0340.jpg 
22807'Look, I'm new to this sort of thing - why don't we have a 60-day cooling-off period?'Leslie Gibbard07 Jul 197222807.jpg 
04443'What do you mean where to?! - you heard what he said ... accelerate!'William Papas07 Oct 196304443.jpg 
05380'It looks fine, Reggie - let's go!'William Papas15 Apr 196405380.jpg 
05052Alas! poor Alec'William Papas22 Feb 196405052.jpg 
13089Who is it exactly you're sharpening you're knives for?Trog [Wally Fawkes]31 Mar 196813089.jpg 
13942'That you growling, Ted?'Stanley Franklin27 Sep 196813942.jpg 
17795[no caption]Leslie Gibbard19 Jun 197017795.jpg 
18497This new idea of everyone smiling, why doesn't it work with me?Keith Waite16 Aug 197018497.jpg 
21580"The unemployment situation is even worse than we thought, Reggie!"Bernard Cookson06 Dec 197121580.jpg 
18321People in stained-glass windows shouldn't throw stonesLeslie Gibbard29 Jun 197018321.jpg 
22160'Don't rush me - all the chambers are loaded in Irish roulette.'Trog [Wally Fawkes]12 Mar 197222160.jpg 
03005Heavens! It's humanIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197905 Apr 196303005.jpg 
02933The Kick-offIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197925 Feb 196302933.jpg 
07826[no caption]Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197913 Oct 196507826.jpg 
LA0247B"You're lucky YOU'RE not in Labour's Election campaign ..."David Langdon17 May 1970LA0247B.jpg 
02425[no caption]Stanley Franklin19 Dec 196202425.jpg 
MC1159[No caption]Michael Cummings11 Oct 1962MC1159.jpg 
22136"Mind you don't let anyone burn down MY emabassy, otherwise I'll scratch your face again!"Michael Cummings08 Mar 197222136.jpg 
20912"Yes,yes - but first I want to tell you about the terrible battle we've had!"Paul Rigby12 Aug 197120912.jpg 
14944Family FavouritesStanley Franklin05 Mar 196914944.jpg 
03574'Take heart, voters - a great slum clearance operation is on its way...'Stanley Franklin30 May 196303574.jpg 
LSE9105New team for the TestDavid Low (1891-1963)03 Aug 1962LSE9105.jpg 
21272"It also acts as a deterrent to any anti-marketeers..."Paul Rigby13 Oct 197121272.jpg 
05352Aristotle, he say...Stanley Franklin16 Apr 196405352.jpg 
07153"Sure champ, you're the greatest, you're gonna fix him in June or October or ... "Vicky [Victor Weisz]26 May 196507153.jpg 
15592"When I have to read economic documents I have to have a box of matches and start moving them into position to simplify and illustrate the points to myself...." - Sir Alec in an interview September 16, 1962Michael Cummings15 Apr 196415592.jpg 
06803The EntertainersRoy Dewar05 Mar 196506803.jpg 
02242"Maudling Antoinette"Michael Cummings03 Dec 196202242.jpg 
07874"How can we go out in public while Wilson and Co. are wearing our clothes!"Michael Cummings04 Oct 196507874.jpg 
18828[no caption]Nicholas Garland21 Oct 197018828.jpg 
18283"But, Ted, why don't we build a nice new one?"Keith Waite23 Jun 197018283.jpg 
02934"If you ask me, it's not a new tablet we need but a new Moses."Michael Cummings20 Feb 196302934.jpg 
07403Mac 1 P.M. II CS IIIIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197919 Jul 196507403.jpg 
12141[no caption]Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197918 Oct 196712141.jpg 
LSE9129Priming the pumpDavid Low (1891-1963)10 Oct 1962LSE9129.jpg 
ILW3624[no caption]Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197915 Feb 1963ILW3624.jpg 
04820"Anyway - I don't believe in Father Christmas - only in Ye Olde Christmas Ghost!"Michael Cummings18 Dec 196304820.jpg 
CU1276"Let's terrify the Irish by threatening to hand them over to the UNO if they don't
start being peaceful at once!"
Michael Cummings04 Feb 1972CU1276.jpg 
CU0925[no caption]Michael Cummings31 Jul 1964CU0925.jpg 
MW2551"As I thought - in spite of Labour pains pregnant with nothing!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]08 Jul 1969MW2551.jpg 
NG0089"He's got himself worried" Published caption: "He's got him worried!"Nicholas Garland06 Oct 1966NG0089.jpg 
05284[No caption]Vicky [Victor Weisz]17 Apr 196405284.jpg 
VY2679"When I go to the country in June (pause)...or October..." -Sir Alec's favourite joke when in officeVicky [Victor Weisz]24 Feb 1965VY2679.jpg 
22873"Hurrah! How thrilling! It takes our minds off Ulster!"Michael Cummings19 Jul 197222873.jpg 
05653[No caption]Vicky [Victor Weisz]18 Jun 196405653.jpg 
06741"Now then - who's got the dynamite?"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]18 Feb 196506741.jpg 
27546"I say! Any moment now she'll be sking us to come back and save the Party!"Michael Cummings20 Feb 197527546.jpg 
18787Cabinet RoomMichael Cummings14 Oct 197018787.jpg 
15636With Tories talking about electing their leader, Cummings provides an Identi-Kit of what he should be:Michael Cummings30 Dec 196815636.jpg 
05338"Once more unto the breach, dear friends, once more; or close the wall up with our Tory dead!"Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197920 Apr 196405338.jpg 
ILW4136No captionIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197918 Oct 1967ILW4136.jpg 
07820"What with his TV appeal to the nation, his flight to Balmoral and Ombudsman, this
should be the best Tory conference Harold Wilson's ever had."
Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]14 Oct 196507820.jpg 
ILW3749Published caption: 'I'm sorry, Edward, but Quintin's going to be Noddy - you can be Big-Ears'Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-19797 February 1964ILW3749.jpg 
02486The Daily Herald wishes..Margaret Belsky24 Dec 196202486.jpg 
ILW3633Problem ChildIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-19798 Mar 1963ILW3633.jpg 
CU1277"Maudling! We ought to bring back the troops from Ireland to keep order in the House of
Commons!"
Michael Cummings02 Feb 1972CU1277.jpg 
00199No longer in our top tenGlan Williams05 Nov 196100199.jpg 
04473"Silly idea of Harold Wilson's - putting George Brown on top of Jim Callaghan, isn't it
Reggie?"
Vicky [Victor Weisz]30 Oct 196304473.jpg 
02939This was charming, no doubt; but they shortly found out That the captain they trusted so well Had only one notion for crossing the ocean And that was to tingle his bell. - the Hunting of the SnarkVicky [Victor Weisz]05 Feb 196302939.jpg 
LSE8838Holding Jomo downDavid Low (1891-1963)20 Feb 1962LSE8838.jpg 
NG0744"Wishy washy do-gooders!"Nicholas Garland02 Nov 1971NG0744.jpg 
22353[no caption]Nicholas Garland21 Apr 197222353.jpg 
VY2071"'Course we know where we're going and we keep on straight ahead!"Vicky [Victor Weisz]05 Dec 1962VY2071.jpg 
06756"Come on, boys! Better make a start"Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197915 February 196506756.jpg 
08761No captionIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197915 April 196608761.jpg 
12188"For he's a FRIGHTFULLY good fellow"Nicholas Garland23 Oct 196712188.jpg 
16419"If he wants to wreck us,
he'll have to do better with his second salvo!"
Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]07 Oct 196916419.jpg 
02436"Doesn't ANYONE beleive in fairies?"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]20 Dec 196202436.jpg 
19964"Showdown in Ulster"Nicholas Garland23 Mar 197119964.jpg 
22232"When the pie was opened the birds began to squawk!"Nicholas Garland24 Mar 197222232.jpg 
15521[no caption]Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197916 Oct 196315521.jpg 
15535"... and nothing in life shall sever The chain that is round us now..." - Eton Boating
Song
Vicky [Victor Weisz]21 Oct 196315535.jpg 
08399"What I need is a brilliant publicity man, an inspired public relations expert - in fact, a - er - a Harold Wilson!"Michael Cummings31 Jan 196608399.jpg 
VY2229[No caption]Vicky [Victor Weisz]21 Jun 1963VY2229.jpg 
03006[no caption]William Papas04 Apr 196303006.jpg 
21926'I'm sorry, dear - I must have been dreaming again.'Mac [Stan McMurtry]02 Feb 197221926.jpg 
NG0997"Obviously in a fair society we should bankrupt the criminal along with everyone else!"Nicholas Garland10 Mar 1966 - 31 Dec 1993NG0997.jpg 
22878"But we'll still go on and win the series, won't we, skipper?"Paul Rigby20 Jul 197222878.jpg 
05839"Mr. Ferranti! Run our Post Office and pay the postmen out of the profits only you can make.. and we'll forget our dispute with you!"Michael Cummings24 Jul 196405839.jpg 
27569[no caption]Stanley Franklin26 Feb 197527569.jpg 
05915"Inspector Maigret, I presume?" "Sherlock Holmes, I presume?"Michael Cummings24 Aug 196405915.jpg 
03711'What about getting M.I.5 to tell him...?'Stanley Franklin19 Jun 196303711.jpg 
05995'More ships? There's OUR one, what more does Britain want?'Stanley Franklin29 Sep 196405995.jpg 
06751'Psst - anyone care for a drink?'William Papas16 Feb 196506751.jpg 
05540O'er all there hung a shadow and a fear; A sense of mystery the spirit daunted, And said as plain as whisper to the ear, The place is Haunted. - Thomas Hood.Stanley Franklin12 May 196405540.jpg 
07815"Wonderful this new image, isn't it?"Vicky [Victor Weisz]14 Oct 196507815.jpg 
21927"Maudling! We ought to bring back the troops from Ireland to keep order in the House of Commons!"Michael Cummings02 Feb 197221927.jpg 
15390"I think they want it to be to the death!"Nicholas Garland13 May 196915390.jpg 
18734"Start talking, skipper - this MUST be the place!!"Paul Rigby06 Oct 197018734.jpg 
21274"The Home Secretary isn't eating today - he's doing the cooking instead!"Michael Cummings13 Oct 197121274.jpg 
08518Brother Greene, you're doing a splendid jobWilliam Papas12 Feb 196608518.jpg 
NG0746"Look out - that one over there is still fizzing!"Nicholas Garland05 Nov 1971NG0746.jpg 
20404'Looks like Ted's definitely made up his mind then ...'Mac [Stan McMurtry]24 May 197120404.jpg 
18774"Right! So much for the victory celebrations: now for the race!"Nicholas Garland12 Oct 197018774.jpg 
17123"I wonder whether this is going to start a new trend"Mac [Stan McMurtry]22 Jan 197017123.jpg 
06180'I'm not going up there, it's moving'William Papas09 Oct 196406180.jpg 
21242[no caption]Leslie Gibbard19 Oct 197121242.jpg 
22130"I only asked it for a political initiative for Ireland!"Jak [Raymond Jackson]07 Mar 197222130.jpg 
VY1779Whitehall blacklegs united - as usual ready for all eventualitiesVicky [Victor Weisz]19 Jan 1961VY1779.jpg 
MC1182"All right, gentlemen - try them on - if you think they fit you any better"Michael Cummings26 Nov 1962MC1182.jpg 
19772[no caption]Leslie Gibbard25 Feb 197119772.jpg 
JJ0053[No caption]John Jensen20 Oct 1963JJ0053.jpg 
09800"Ladies and gentlemen, owing to a total absence of dry land, our Autumn cruise will be
extended indefinitely. To cheer you up I shall now play the overture to Wagner's 'Flying
Dutchman' on the organ."
Michael Cummings14 Oct 196609800.jpg 
27543'Times have changed, Reggie dear - we sit on the other side now'Mac [Stan McMurtry]20 Feb 197527543.jpg 
27577"I would like you to get in touch with these two gentlemen, please!"Michael Cummings27 Feb 197527577.jpg 
09650"Whoso pulleth out this sword."Nicholas Garland19 Sep 196609650.jpg 
05355The Final Cigarette.John Jensen12 Apr 196405355.jpg 
08179[no caption]William Papas23 Dec 196508179.jpg 
27548[no caption]Leslie Gibbard21 Feb 197527548.jpg 
21996"Now look here, my good fellow, the fire's gone out and it's all your fault, what?"Leslie Gibbard12 Feb 197221996.jpg 
19135Dr. Frankenstein's MonsterMichael Cummings02 Dec 197019135.jpg 
06552"Pity the political truce can't last for Harold's next hundred days..."Michael Cummings27 Jan 196506552.jpg 
01622'Well what's new?'Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197918 July 196201622.jpg 
02932[no caption]William Papas03 Mar 196302932.jpg 
22111Flag Days (Continued)Michael Cummings03 Mar 197222111.jpg 
08490[no caption]William Papas21 Feb 196608490.jpg 
VY3309"I see Sir Roy's in town again ..."Vicky [Victor Weisz]19 Aug 1936 - 25 Feb 1966VY3309.jpg 
03029"Er, you sure it's not a different sort of box the patient urgently needs...?"Stanley Franklin03 Apr 196303029.jpg 
10470"Pity he's over 21, we could have made him a ward of court."Jon [William John Philpin Jones]13 Jan 196710470.jpg 
LSE9148"It was wrong to cut the purchase tax on crystal balls...."David Low (1891-1963)28 Nov 1962LSE9148.jpg 
02941You'll be a little lovelier each day, with Maudling's sweet scent spray [With ackonowledgements to the well-known jingle]Stanley Franklin02 Jan 196302941.jpg 
03878Three blind mice...William Papas17 Jul 196303878.jpg 
10712Preserving his strength for strategic issues and major operationsWilliam Papas17 Feb 196710712.jpg 
19515'.. Otherwise it was all plain sailing'Keith Waite24 Jan 197119515.jpg 
02287Not the Burghers of Calais ... today it's the Burghers of WestminsterMichael Cummings07 Dec 196202287.jpg 
07109"I'll foight the biggest man in the house"William Papas17 May 196507109.jpg 
04459Hickory, dickory, dock, the mouse ran up the clock...Glan Williams27 Oct 196304459.jpg 
ILW3699[no caption]Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197916 Sep 1963ILW3699.jpg 
04684Glan Williams presents The Tory Death Watch Beetles The Unpopular groupGlan Williams17 Nov 196304684.jpg 
02988Puffin' and puffin' and puffin'...Stanley Franklin01 Apr 196302988.jpg 
06173'Backs to the wall chaps!'William Papas12 Oct 196406173.jpg 
05847"Ah, it's good to have a government that's always ahead of its time.."Vicky [Victor Weisz]24 Jul 196405847.jpg 
05750[no caption]Vicky [Victor Weisz]03 Jul 196405750.jpg 
06572"Fight over the leadership! What fight over the leadership?"Michael Cummings22 Jan 196506572.jpg 
15727"Something's rocking the boat again, Ted"Stanley Franklin11 Jun 196915727.jpg 
18266"Why, these are the gentlemen who when I asked them who they were voting for, replied 'Mr. Wilson' and gave me a wink!"Michael Cummings21 Jun 197018266.jpg 
15825'They're cartoonists on a refresher course'Trog [Wally Fawkes]27 Jun 196915825.jpg 
19792[no caption]Gerald Scarfe28 Feb 1971 
18148"... just thought I'd resew the Bayeux Tapestry"Michael Cummings25 Mar 196618148.jpg 
09990'Don't worry, Prime Minister, it's the German drift towards a dictatorship they're beefing about!'Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-19799 November 196609990.jpg 
02577Where's the thaw?Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197925 Jan 196302577.jpg 
13973'One good thing, Reggie, by the time WE arrive there'll be nothing left to say about
Enoch!"
Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]03 Oct 196813973.jpg 
ILW4447[no caption]Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197919 Jul 1965ILW4447.jpg 
MW2582Published caption : "If he wants to wreck us, he'll have to do better with his second salvo!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]07 Oct 1969MW2582.jpg 
NG0564"Will the real Mr Jenkins please stand up!"Nicholas Garland13 Apr 1970NG0564.jpg 
05058"I'm the greatest, I'm the toughest - I can lick any postman!"Vicky [Victor Weisz]25 Feb 196405058.jpg 
06070'And if I'm not mistaken, there goes ours'Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197921 Sep 196406070.jpg 
VY2797[No caption]Vicky [Victor Weisz]23 Jul 1965VY2797.jpg 
05038"Long, lonely walks in the country - that's my prescription for the next eight weeks" -
Mr Maudling in an interview
Vicky [Victor Weisz]19 Feb 196405038.jpg 
NG0644"Well now about this postman's strike - no news is good news eh?"Nicholas Garland25 Jan 1971NG0644.jpg 
21958[no caption]Gerald Scarfe06 Feb 1972 
VY2238"But we'll row forever, steady from stroke to bow.."Vicky [Victor Weisz]01 Jul 1964VY2238.jpg 
VY2341"Silly idea of Harold Wilson's - putting George Brown on top of Jim Callaghan, isn't it Reggie?"Vicky [Victor Weisz]30 Oct 1963VY2341.jpg 
VY2493"When mighty roast beef was the Englishman's food / It ennobled our hearts and enriched our blood - / Our soldiers were brave our courtiers were good. / Oh! The roast beef of England, / And old England's roast beef" - The Grub Street OperaVicky [Victor Weisz]21 May 1964VY2493.jpg 
03832"We have not been successful in obtaining the allegiance of the younger generation of
voters, because we have not yet found a way of talking to them..." Mr Maudling on Saturday
Vicky [Victor Weisz]08 Jul 196303832.jpg 
16430[no caption]Michael Cummings08 Sep 196916430.jpg 
ILW3638Published caption: Do you hear a sort of rumble, Harold?Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197925 March 1963ILW3638.jpg 
ILW3767Heavy goingIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197916 Mar 1964ILW3767.jpg 
ILW3947No captionIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197913 Oct 1965ILW3947.jpg 
04856Cat among the pigeonsIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197917 Jan 196404856.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 
NG0398"But how do you go about sending them home without changing the very heart and character of England?"Nicholas Garland11 Oct 1968NG0398.jpg 
05820[No caption]Vicky [Victor Weisz]20 Jul 196405820.jpg 
VY2436"Well, I want to share all the government's thinking with you and want you to understand what the government is doing, and why" - The Prime Minister, 19 October 1963Vicky [Victor Weisz]06 Mar 1964VY2436.jpg 
ILW3545Published caption: Doubling Up. What did he do while waiting to go on trial for his political life?Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197927 July 1962ILW3545.jpg 
05045Not in the recipe "Who put that in?"Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197921 February 196405045.jpg 
VY2366"Another train robbery?"Vicky [Victor Weisz]05 Dec 1963VY2366.jpg 
VY2511"When I go to the Country...(pause) in October..."Vicky [Victor Weisz]11 Jun 1964VY2511.jpg 
VY2649"Glad to see the party's aggressively well!"Vicky [Victor Weisz]19 Jan 1965VY2649.jpg 
VY2247"We have not been successful in obtaining the allegiance of the younger generation of voters, because we have not yet found a way of talking to them..." Mr Maudling on SaturdayVicky [Victor Weisz]08 Jul 1963VY2247.jpg 
MW2476"One good thing, Reggie, by the time WE arrive there'll be nothing left to say about
Enoch!"
Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]03 Oct 1968MW2476.jpg 
ILW4239Published caption: White Man's BurdenIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197931 Mar 1969ILW4239.jpg 
04446It's going to be tricky he's pinched most of the ingredients!.Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197908 Oct 196304446.jpg 
11992"We stand on our record!"Vicky [Victor Weisz]07 Oct 196411992.jpg 
VY2471"It's all right - the PM's got a light!"Vicky [Victor Weisz]21 Apr 1964VY2471.jpg 
AH0280The CriticsArthur Horner06 Mar 1970AH0280.jpg 
02265"'Course we know where we're going and we keep on straight ahead!"Vicky [Victor Weisz]05 Dec 196202265.jpg 
18323"... then in 1690 William III decided to settle this problem once and for all!"Nicholas Garland30 Jun 197018323.jpg 
22300Another part of our heritage endangered by developers?Nicholas Garland10 Apr 197222300.jpg 
02653"I tell you, they're just waiting to back the old winner again..."Vicky [Victor Weisz]08 Mar 196302653.jpg 
03024[No caption]Vicky [Victor Weisz]03 Apr 196303024.jpg 
05410"We have a joke book and all the family put in jokes when they find them. We're a bit short
just now ..." - Lady Douglas-Home in an interview on January 26
Vicky [Victor Weisz]07 Apr 196405410.jpg 
04467[No caption]Vicky [Victor Weisz]18 Oct 196304467.jpg 
12693[no caption]Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]16 Jan 196812693.jpg 
ILW3821[no caption]Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197921 Aug 1964ILW3821.jpg 
VY2448"Now, anybody else got a brilliant new idea?"Vicky [Victor Weisz]23 Mar 1963VY2448.jpg 
01788"The new engines are doing fine - it's the nose-cone that worries me, Mr. Macleod..."Michael Cummings23 Jul 196201788.jpg 
06205'Who'll cater for us poor old businessmen now?'Stanley Franklin05 Oct 196406205.jpg 
04477[no caption]Trog [Wally Fawkes]25 Oct 196304477.jpg 
16264Can G-man save the little British voter from mister Teeth, the white tornado, the wee wasp, the phantom of the grouse moor, the oldschooltiepus and others too fearful to mention? Edward McLachlan14 Sep 196916264.jpg 
18333"And now, the long awaited Parliamentary stakes.. They're under starter's orders..."Bernard Cookson17 Jun 197018333.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 
03126Into the seventiesIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197929 Apr 196303126.jpg 
07823[no caption]William Papas13 Oct 196507823.jpg 
15600"A general election is always coming nearer - it is like death." - Mr . Quintin Hogg (Lord Hailsham, as he then was) in February, 1958Vicky [Victor Weisz]31 Jul 196415600.jpg 
21745"You've got three minutes to get out!"Jak [Raymond Jackson]06 Jan 197221745.jpg 
CU0969"What really frightens me about the Tories not winning the Election is that my colleagues
will have so much time to write their memoirs"
Michael Cummings27 Apr 1964CU0969.jpg 
MW2627"Three for the election stakes. BROKEN PROMISES by Necessity out of Dynamic Government. SHIPSHADE TED by Enoch Overboard out of Law and Order. FEATHER YOUR NEST by Wage Spiral out of Union Demands."
Published captions written after names under each picture from left:- BROKEN PROMISES Election stakes chances looking slightly better after recent canter in Scotland. Head Lad Brown says 'We've got a plan and that's straight from the horses mouth - it's just getting the timing right for his big race! Trainer Jenkins says 'If my April forecast is right, he should be fit for the June or October stakes, but if the going looks hard, it might be months sooner than weeks.'" FEATHER YOUR NEST "Blinkered - could cause consternation by balking favourite. Head lad, Clive Jenkins, says 'Whatever the result, we're going to win, and if anyone thinks different let them bloody well try! Greatest danger, Shipshape Ted. At last meeting BROKEN PROMISES didn't get a place. SHIPSHAPE TED "Comes again and now and again in spite of fluctuating odds. Backers say it should be plain sailing in election stakes after his Australian triumph. Easily led to water. Head lad, Maudling, says 'He's a good honest performer.' Trainer Hogg says 'When he gets the bit between his teeth they'll be no holding him.'"
Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]24 Mar 1970MW2627.jpg 
03459"If only Teasy Weasy Raymond were a Tory!"Michael Cummings20 May 196303459.jpg 
ILW3923The New MagicIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197926 July 1965ILW3923.jpg 
15501Next Race: The Premiership StakesIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197919 Jun 196315501.jpg 
15520'Do-it-yourself' Prime Minister. Fit the pieces together. Prizes for the correct
solution are offered to everybody except Mr Randolph Churchill
Vicky [Victor Weisz]16 Oct 196315520.jpg 
15591"Now, anybody else got a brilliant new idea?"Vicky [Victor Weisz]23 Mar 196315591.jpg 
20896[No caption]Nicholas Garland09 Aug 197120896.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 
21363"Wishy washy do-gooders!"Nicholas Garland02 Nov 197121363.jpg 
ILW3719"We have reached the straight. It is my job to see that the party machine is in top
gear." - Mr John Hare speaking at Birmingham
Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197904 Nov 1963ILW3719.jpg 
VY2473"Methinks all this has been going on a bit too long..."Vicky [Victor Weisz]23 Apr 1964VY2473.jpg 
AH0292[No caption]Arthur Horner19 Jun 1970AH0292.jpg 
04837"How much longer can we hold back this home-sick one..?"Stanley Franklin15 Jan 196404837.jpg 
04414"Surely, gentlemen, you don't imagine our electoral future lies in the hand of the Denning Report!"Michael Cummings23 Sep 196304414.jpg 
04743If there's anything that you want...Stanley Franklin12 Dec 196304743.jpg 
06835[no caption]Sidney William Martin14 Mar 196506835.jpg 
08869[no caption]William Papas01 Apr 196608869.jpg 
05982All thing bright and beautiful All booms both great and small, All things wise and wonderful The Tories made them all...Stanley Franklin24 Sep 196405982.jpg 
07166[no caption]William Papas29 May 196507166.jpg 
07452"Don't look now, but the Teddy-boy era's back!"Stanley Franklin29 Jul 196507452.jpg 
07438"I told you an outsider would grab the leadership at the last minute."Stanley Franklin26 Jul 196507438.jpg 
07364"By jove - he's still here!"William Papas08 Jul 196507364.jpg 
08034"Poor old Harold on his tight-rope!"Vicky [Victor Weisz]25 Nov 196508034.jpg 
19012"Take no notice, chaps, and he might go away!"Edward McLachlan16 Nov 197019012.jpg 
15628[no caption]Vicky [Victor Weisz]23 Oct 196415628.jpg 
15527Touche!William Papas19 Oct 196315527.jpg 
15537'Well Enoch, there goes our last chance to get into the technological age'William Papas21 Oct 196315537.jpg 
17787"Every time I pass him, he says 'Wouldn't you just like to know?'"Chrys [George Fraser Chrystal]10 May 197017787.jpg 
18902Fireworks are dangerousLeslie Gibbard03 Nov 197018902.jpg 
20425"... and one just waiting to be turned back into the handsome prince..."Paul Rigby27 May 197120425.jpg 
22238"Cross your fingers - none of it's worth a damn unless we win this one!"Paul Rigby26 Mar 197222238.jpg 
21925"Keep punching! We have to get the decision if she comes out for the second round!"Paul Rigby02 Feb 197221925.jpg 
23001[no caption]Nicholas Garland22 Mar 197223001.jpg 
ILW3809"I can't understand what the Hon. Gentleman can find to smile at in this serious situation"Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197927 Jul 1964ILW3809.jpg 
07486End of term, 'Wilson minimus - if i could have your attention for a moment...'Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-19794 August 196507486.jpg 
03860The SitdownerGlan Williams14 Jul 196303860.jpg 
MC1198"It isn't fair - she's being allowed to try on the crown already!"Michael Cummings10 Oct 1963MC1198.jpg 
NG0002Clay v Terrell fight off ... on ... off ...Nicholas Garland11 Mar 1966NG0002.jpg 
GW0045[no caption]Glan Williams[Dec 1958]GW0045.jpg 
NG1029"Some of us were wondering whether it was wise to entirely rule out miracles just yet!"Nicholas Garland06 Jul 1970NG1029.jpg 
03127"Now, boys, when we've found the right slogan we'll have an election"William Papas29 Apr 196303127.jpg 
VY2300[No caption]Vicky [Victor Weisz]13 Sep 1963VY2300.jpg 
04438This man who sits in for MacIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197910 Oct 196304438.jpg 
VY2427"I'm the greatest, I'm the toughest - I can lick any postman!"Vicky [Victor Weisz]25 Feb 1964VY2427.jpg 
04099"So what if the Government isn't involved - think of the reward!"William Papas12 Aug 196304099.jpg 
03004Great first performance, kid - anything you do from now on will be a come-backStanley Franklin05 Apr 196303004.jpg 
09777"Yes, I can definitely see you in power, with economic troubles, inflation a Rhodesian problem, trade deficit, unemployment - the trouble is, I can't tell whether this is in the future or the past."Kenneth Mahood11 Oct 196609777.jpg 
09613"As there's a technical hitch about the parting of the waters; Moses, I think we'd be better off under the Egyptians, after all."Michael Cummings11 Sep 196609613.jpg 
15604[no caption]Michael Cummings18 Sep 196415604.jpg 
21734"Ah, come in Harold, I believe you know everyone here ..."Bernard Cookson05 Jan 197221734.jpg 
07824"Ugh! How ghastly!! A Conservative!!!"Michael Cummings15 Oct 196507824.jpg 
AH0296Jam today - `Actually, we're waiting for a few components.'Arthur Horner04 Sep 1970AH0296.jpg 
06956"If we didn't have to concentrate on being television personalities, we'd have some time left for thinking about politics"Michael Cummings12 Apr 196506956.jpg 
03694"Not exactly flattering to the rest of us to think that even now he's the best Prime Minister we've got."Michael Cummings21 Jun 196303694.jpg 
04386[no caption]Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197916 Sep 196304386.jpg 
03052"Put through an urgent call to the Moscow Research Insitute, please..."Stanley Franklin09 Apr 196303052.jpg 
05695Going, going, going ... gone!William Papas09 Jun 196405695.jpg 
14037"An obscene word! Bring back the Lord Chamberlain's censorship!!"Michael Cummings13 Oct 196814037.jpg 
07878The anatomistsJohn Jensen03 Oct 196507878.jpg 
07092"That bit about not including baronetcies and knighthoods for political purposes didn't mention peerages, did it?"William Papas14 May 196507092.jpg 
09822[no caption]William Papas15 Oct 196609822.jpg 
06610[no caption]Vicky [Victor Weisz]11 Jan 196506610.jpg 
13029"And how do we all export more if we're all going to import less?" / "Trouble is we would be bound to win."Keith Waite18 Mar 196813029.jpg 
15518Jensen's Enigma Variations on a Blackpool ThemeJohn Jensen13 Oct 196315518.jpg 
22732"Gentlemen! British capitalist democracy doesn't work! We will now transform ourselves into a Colonel's Regime...'Michael Cummings23 Jun 197222732.jpg 
21939"Let's terrify the Irish by threatening to hand them over to the UNO if they don't start being peaceful at once!"Michael Cummings04 Feb 197221939.jpg 
VY3464'After you...'Vicky [Victor Weisz]18 Oct 1963VY3464.jpg 
19707[no caption]Michael Cummings17 Feb 197119707.jpg 
22252"Of course, Mr Faulkner, you can trust us to stand firm against terrorism."Michael Cummings29 Mar 197222252.jpg 
23087'Okay, here they come now, Reggie. Remember, if you get any more good ideas, tap me on the foot.'Mac [Stan McMurtry]13 Sep 197223087.jpg 
IL0110Published caption:- "Swopping the pilot?"Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197926 Jun 1963IL0110.jpg 
03773"Swopping the pilot?"Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197926 Jun 196303773.jpg 
06757"I'm almost certain she gave us a smile..."Michael Cummings15 Feb 196506757.jpg 
AH0407AChristmas coverArthur Horner30 Dec 1966AH0407A.jpg 
ILW3706It's going to be tricky he's pinched most of the ingredients!.Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-19798 October 1963ILW3706.jpg 
ILW3614Where's the thaw?Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197925 Jan 1963ILW3614.jpg 
JJ0195"I've just thought of a marvellous slogan for our election campaign."John Jensen30 Mar 1969JJ0195.jpg 
CU1032"... just thought I'd resew the Bayeux Tapestry"Michael Cummings25 Mar 1966CU1032.jpg 
13239"Now then, no violence!"Nicholas Garland16 Apr 196813239.jpg 
MC1132"Brilliant idea! To persuade de Gaulle we're good Europeans, let's move Downing Street to Saint Tropez and the Houses of Parliament to Cannes!"Michael Cummings08 Aug 1962MC1132.jpg 
09209"Can't think why he doesn't stay at home and play the organ, now that Woodrow Wyatt is Leader of Her Majesty's Opposition."Michael Cummings20 Jun 196609209.jpg 
MW0969"I'm giving him up for Lent - "Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]08 Mar 1962MW0969.jpg 
15523"He never did care for all yon English programmes."Keith Waite17 Oct 196315523.jpg 
NG0511"Pity we can't kill off the beaters as well!"Nicholas Garland31 Oct 1969NG0511.jpg 
NG0723"Well, we're still in deep water!"Nicholas Garland10 Aug 1971NG0723.jpg 
03709Six characters in search of an authorVicky [Victor Weisz]20 Jun 196303709.jpg 
VY2087God rest you merry, gentleman, let nothing you dismayVicky [Victor Weisz]21 Dec 1962VY2087.jpg 
VY2388"Squares!"Vicky [Victor Weisz]10 Jan 1964VY2388.jpg 
VY2800Tweedledum and Tweedledee agreed to have a battleVicky [Victor Weisz]27 Jul 1965VY2800.jpg 
VY3554[No caption]Vicky [Victor Weisz]19 Aug 1936 - 25 Feb 1966VY3554.jpg 
04479[no caption]Stanley Franklin03 Oct 196304479.jpg 
02796"What am I offered for this genuine antique collection? Dollar? Sold! Next we have..."Stanley Franklin04 Mar 196302796.jpg 
05876"I can't understand what the Hon. Gentleman can find to smile at in this serious situation"Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197927 Jul 196405876.jpg 
18766[no caption]Gerald Scarfe11 Oct 1970 
19184[no caption]Leslie Gibbard10 Dec 197019184.jpg 
22869"We don't want to lose you - but we think you ought to go..."Nicholas Garland19 Jul 197222869.jpg 
ILW3641Published caption: Heavens! It's humanIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-19795 April 1963ILW3641.jpg 
ILW3872Published caption: "Come on, boys! Better make a start"Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197915 February 1965ILW3872.jpg 
09174"The fault ... is not in our stars..."Nicholas Garland10 Jun 196609174.jpg 
CU1273"Heath must be mad! He's behaving as if he's LEADER of his party or something!"Michael Cummings19 Jul 1971CU1273.jpg 
CU0930[no caption]Michael Cummings18 Sep 1964CU0930.jpg 
MW2029"After Bessie Braddock's Mersey 'Bleat' Emmwood suggests a fab marching song for the Tories."Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]10 Mar 1964MW2029.jpg 
NG0079"A drive to expand and re-energise the Young Conservative movement is to be launched"Nicholas Garland13 Sep 1966NG0079.jpg 
NG0674"Yours John!"Nicholas Garland23 Apr 1971NG0674.jpg 
17671"You've got to hand it to Harold - he works pretty fast when he gets the opportunity."Mac [Stan McMurtry]21 Apr 197017671.jpg 
ILW3776"When Enoch's quite finished I'd like a word with him..."Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197906 Apr 1964ILW3776.jpg 
VY2325[No caption]Vicky [Victor Weisz]11 Oct 1963VY2325.jpg 
VY2747[No caption]Vicky [Victor Weisz]28 May 1965VY2747.jpg 
VY3392[no caption]Vicky [Victor Weisz]19 Aug 1936 - 25 Feb 1966VY3392.jpg 
05409[no caption]Michael Cummings08 Apr 196405409.jpg 
04439[No caption]Vicky [Victor Weisz]11 Oct 196304439.jpg 
06586"Sorry, chaps, I'm as surprised as you are"William Papas17 Jan 196506586.jpg 
05417"When Enoch's quite finished I'd like a word with him..."Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197906 Apr 196405417.jpg 
15635'Hits' of 1964Glan Williams27 Dec 196415635.jpg 
CU0916"If only Teasy Weasy Raymond were a Tory!"Michael Cummings20 May 1963CU0916.jpg 
ILW3540Published caption: 'Well what's new?'Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197918 July 1962ILW3540.jpg 
ILW3707Published caption: Only room for oneIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197912 October 1963ILW3707.jpg 
ILW3634First FlowerIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197911 Mar 1963ILW3634.jpg 
01577"You can rest assured that we intend to continue on the path that you have prepared" -
Mr. Macmillan to Mr. Selwyn Lloyd
Vicky [Victor Weisz]16 Jul 196201577.jpg 
MW3410Command Performance.Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]24 Feb 1970MW3410.jpg 
21176"Last one in's an Englishman!!"Paul Rigby29 Oct 197121176.jpg 
ILW3648Published caption: Into the seventiesIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197929 Apr 1963ILW3648.jpg 
VY1981"But if we have to label everything correctly, how are we going to sell our stuff, Reggie?"Vicky [Victor Weisz]26 Jul 1962VY1981.jpg 
ILW3867And now, Sire, on top of all this - LEYTON!Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197922 Jan 1965ILW3867.jpg 
NG0642"I just hope we've got enough money to meet our commitments!"Nicholas Garland21 Jan 1971NG0642.jpg 
VY2656[No caption]Vicky [Victor Weisz]01 Feb 1965VY2656.jpg 
13900"Thank heavens Powell isn't coloured - otherwise I'd have been accused of racial prejudice for keeping him out of my team."."Michael Cummings20 Sep 196813900.jpg 
03899"Anyway, I'm the statutory tenant"Michael Cummings22 Jul 196303899.jpg 
LSE5735News Reel.David Low (1891-1963)17 Jan 1958LSE5735.jpg 
ILW3636Published caption: Five days to the flat. 'Not the most promising string we ever had ...'Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197920 Mar 1963ILW3636.jpg 
02809[no caption]Vicky [Victor Weisz]21 Mar 196302809.jpg 
06288"Get Dr. Kaldor to tell you the answer, Callaghan! Can't you see I'm composing my spring election speeches?"Michael Cummings09 Nov 196406288.jpg 
20077Grand National, 1971 - 1975Edward McLachlan03 Apr 197120077.jpg 
VY2261The Whitehall Whizz Kids. Sensational new pictures of the cabinet to prove that they are all with it.Vicky [Victor Weisz]23 Jul 1963VY2261.jpg 
VY2870"Any of you boys want some matches ?"Vicky [Victor Weisz]05 Nov 1965VY2870.jpg 
MC1196"Here's to 1963 - it can't be worse than 1962!"Michael Cummings29 Dec 1962MC1196.jpg 
01564"...and if this lot aren't any good, maybe I could still stay Prime Minister by
asking Gaitskell and Grimond to serve under me..."
Michael Cummings16 Jul 196201564.jpg 
02938"Let's hope those who benefit will be equally generous when we have to ask for National Assistance"Stanley Franklin07 Feb 196302938.jpg 
VY2528[no caption]Vicky [Victor Weisz]03 Jul 1964VY2528.jpg 
06115"The Labour Party, in real sense, does not exist at present... it is very difficult to know what to do - whether to call the tournament off ... and become, in effect, both Government and Oppposition." - Mr. Iain Macleod, October 29, 1960Vicky [Victor Weisz]27 Oct 196406115.jpg 
00931"Change the crew? Why, we'll row for ever, steady from stroke to bow..."Vicky [Victor Weisz]05 Apr 196200931.jpg 
20515"What if the British housewife is too intelligent to take me seriously in the next election too!"Nicholas Garland11 Jun 197120515.jpg 
VY2123"Splendid idea, chaps! We'll let some expert declare us the winners!"Vicky [Victor Weisz]23 Jan 1963VY2123.jpg 
VY2137"Look, the new frontier!"Vicky [Victor Weisz]12 Feb 1963VY2137.jpg 
VY2616"Well, brother, I've inherited it from you!"Vicky [Victor Weisz]26 Nov 1964VY2616.jpg 
VY2727"Had a terrible nightmare - we won after the steel debate and Wilson called an election ..."Vicky [Victor Weisz]04 May 1965VY2727.jpg 
07162[No caption]Vicky [Victor Weisz]28 May 196507162.jpg 
VY2716Laugh, Clown, laugh!Vicky [Victor Weisz]22 Apr 1965VY2716.jpg 
VY3454[No caption]Vicky [Victor Weisz]18 Oct 1963VY3454.jpg 
ILW4242No captionIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197914 Apr 1969ILW4242.jpg 
ILW4037Published caption: 'Don't worry, Prime Minister, it's the German drift towards a dictatorship they're beefing about!'Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-19799 November 1966ILW4037.jpg 
MW2260[no caption]Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]26 Jul 1966MW2260.jpg 
CU0965[no caption]Michael Cummings08 Apr 1964CU0965.jpg 
17972"Here is Edward Bear, coming downstairs now, bump, bump, bump on the back of his head
..."
Leslie Gibbard16 Jun 197017972.jpg 
15102"I've just thought of a marvellous slogan for our election campaign."John Jensen30 Mar 196915102.jpg 
17633"Will the real Mr Jenkins please stand up!"Nicholas Garland13 Apr 197017633.jpg 
04962"Squares!"Vicky [Victor Weisz]10 Jan 196404962.jpg 
21928"Couldn't we get her disqualified for blatant advertising?"Nicholas Garland02 Feb 197221928.jpg 
22145"Shouldn't we get this thing out of here?"Nicholas Garland09 Mar 197222145.jpg 
02450God rest you merry, gentleman, let nothing you dismayVicky [Victor Weisz]21 Dec 196202450.jpg 
00505[No caption]Vicky [Victor Weisz]26 Feb 196200505.jpg 
01782"But if we have to label everything correctly, how are we going to sell our stuff,
Reggie?"
Vicky [Victor Weisz]26 Jul 196201782.jpg 
04666"So from this moment on the fact that there is a general election ahead of us must never be
out of our minds" - The Prime Minister on Monday
Vicky [Victor Weisz]13 Nov 196304666.jpg 
07949"Any of you boys want some matches ?"Vicky [Victor Weisz]05 Nov 196507949.jpg 
15099White Man's BurdenIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197931 Mar 196915099.jpg 
15510"At the roots of our Tory philosophy lies the conviction that we are all in the same
boat" - Mr Macmillan, Jan 23 1957
Vicky [Victor Weisz]24 Sep 196315510.jpg 
16574"Pity we can't kill off the beaters as well!"Nicholas Garland31 Oct 196916574.jpg 
18852"I don't know if he can fight like he used to, but he can still talk like he used to"Nicholas Garland26 Oct 197018852.jpg 
21864"Now then - our next job is to do something about cleaning up that lot - at a stroke!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]24 Jan 197221864.jpg 
13917"What! You've thrown away Powell's other policy speeches! Retrieve them at once!"Michael Cummings23 Sep 196813917.jpg 
10252"Oh, blimey, it's those two again!" [A colour film of "Batman" has just been released]Stanley Franklin09 Dec 196610252.jpg 
VY3407"You can rest assured that we intend to continue on the path that you have prepared" - Mr. Macmillan to Mr. Selwyn LloydVicky [Victor Weisz]16 Jul 1962VY3407.jpg 
20741[no caption]Michael Cummings14 Jul 197120741.jpg 
05074"Pity the Cabinet took an overdose"Stanley Franklin28 Feb 196405074.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 
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 
13832"Another Soccer-hooligan train? Heavens,no! It's the Conservative Party special to the party conference ..."Michael Cummings07 Oct 196813832.jpg 
18847Lest they forgetCollie [Clive Collins]25 Oct 197018847.jpg 
21519"Hello - may I speak to Lord Goodman?"Nicholas Garland26 Nov 197121519.jpg 
07497"Of course they're not the same old remedies - they've all got brand new wrappings."Michael Cummings06 Aug 196507497.jpg 
MC1122"...and if this lot aren't any good, maybe I could still stay Prime Minister by asking Gaitskell and Grimond to serve under me..."Michael Cummings16 Jul 1962MC1122.jpg 
17858[no caption]Michael Cummings25 May 197017858.jpg 
10652"I wouldn't mind him playing the organ if only he knew how to play it!"Michael Cummings10 Feb 196710652.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 
NG0605"The Glorious Twelfth"Nicholas Garland12 Aug 1970NG0605.jpg 
21082'At least it makes a change from his Black and White Minstrels' routine, Reggie'Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]13 Sep 197121082.jpg 
05898"Good thing we're not showing our propaganda in the theatre, or we'd have Emile Littler and Peter Cadbury on our necks."Michael Cummings28 Aug 196405898.jpg 
08312"He followed the choir very well, finishing exactly at the same time, which is important." - Sir Malcolm Sargent on Mr. Heath as a conductor, December 19, 1965.Vicky [Victor Weisz]17 Jan 196608312.jpg 
06043After weeks of deliberations, the government has now found the answer to the charge that the "Voters are tired of the same old faces."Vicky [Victor Weisz]10 Sep 196406043.jpg 
06041"... and with it we'll publish a gorgeous colour supplement!"Vicky [Victor Weisz]07 Sep 196406041.jpg 
13282"Workers striking for Powell!! Why, next we'll have the members coming out on strike in favour of Mr. Wilson!"Michael Cummings24 Apr 196813282.jpg 
06440"Perhaps she would wake up if one of us played Prince Charming, Alec?"Vicky [Victor Weisz]29 Dec 196406440.jpg 
06571And now, Sire, on top of all this - LEYTON!Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197922 Jan 196506571.jpg 
07437The Tory TapestryGlan Williams25 Jul 196507437.jpg 
07698"There will be no splitting here. We're just driving the lettering home!"Glan Williams26 Sep 196507698.jpg 
04404"For like one of Shakespeare's characters, I do not intend 'to live after my flame
lacks oil, to be the snuff of younger spirits'" - Mr Macmillan, October 14 1961
Vicky [Victor Weisz]19 Sep 196304404.jpg 
09801Scarfe at BlackpoolGerald Scarfe14 Oct 1966 
16600"We're only making a technological breakthrough to streamline democracy."Michael Cummings05 Nov 196916600.jpg 
11993Mens sana in corpore sano?William Papas14 Oct 196411993.jpg 
17139"Our first item on the agenda, gentlemen, is to exorcise the Devil ..."Michael Cummings25 Jan 197017139.jpg 
14030'Well, I'm...! It's THOSE TWO hogging the limelight again!'Stanley Franklin09 Oct 196814030.jpg 
NG0586[No caption]Nicholas Garland22 Jun 1970NG0586.jpg 
15639"Goodness, Maudling! Any more souvenir hunting and there won't be any ship left by 1971 ..."Michael Cummings20 Jan 196915639.jpg 
NG0505"Now chaps - no fighting in public, like that ghastly lot who were down here last week!"Nicholas Garland08 Oct 1969NG0505.jpg 
17958[no caption]Edward McLachlan14 Jun 197017958.jpg 
17963"You can see what he means when he says beware the enemy within!"Nicholas Garland15 Jun 197017963.jpg 
NG0688"I don't know which is more frightening Roy - an enlarged community or an enlarged Ted Heath!"Nicholas Garland25 May 1971NG0688.jpg 
19143"Funny, it doesn't seem to be moving..!"Paul Rigby03 Dec 197019143.jpg 
19138At last - A star is born ...Nicholas Garland02 Dec 197019138.jpg 
NG0797Another part of our heritage endangered by developers?Nicholas Garland10 Apr 1972NG0797.jpg 
22097[no caption]Michael Cummings01 Mar 197222097.jpg 
05298"What really frightens me about the Tories not winning the Election is that my colleagues will have so much time to write their memoirs"Michael Cummings27 Apr 196405298.jpg 
20793Sam, Sam, pick up tha musket!Leslie Gibbard22 Jul 197120793.jpg 
21553Why not ask the fish...?Leslie Gibbard01 Dec 197121553.jpg 
40445[no caption]Michael Cummings18 Mar 197040445.jpg 
22536"The funny thing is that when they start out they look like doves"Sidney William Martin21 May 197222536.jpg 
NG0614"I don't know if he can fight like he used to, but he can still talk like he used to"Nicholas Garland26 Oct 1970NG0614.jpg 
VY2177[No caption]Vicky [Victor Weisz]03 Apr 1963VY2177.jpg 
VY2652"Whenever things became most tense, he would go away on his own for half an hour, and arrange a vast bowl of flowers" - Mr R A Butler, Dec. 9. 1964Vicky [Victor Weisz]22 Jan 1965VY2652.jpg 
01881"See you later..."Stanley Franklin16 Jul 196201881.jpg 
03055"... and what makes him so optimistic that we'll still be the Government when it happens?"William Papas15 Apr 196303055.jpg 
06151[no caption]William Papas15 Oct 196406151.jpg 
079693-party talks will decide political T.V. appearances.Stanley Franklin04 Nov 196507969.jpg 
21741[no caption]Michael Cummings06 Jan 197221741.jpg 
MW3370"Prehistoric Discovery at Number 10."Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]1957MW3370.jpg 
VY2463"Sure none of our chaps have been backing the other side, Blakenham?"Vicky [Victor Weisz]14 Apr 1964VY2463.jpg 
ILW3665Next Race: The Premiership StakesIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197919 Jun 1963ILW3665.jpg 
ILW3627The Kick-offIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197925 Feb 1963ILW3627.jpg 
CU1278[no caption]Michael Cummings09 Feb 1972CU1278.jpg 
AH0156AOn the Brighton WaterfrontArthur Horner30 Sep 1966AH0156A.jpg 
CU1202"My dear sir, can't you detect the sweet smell of success coming from here?"Michael Cummings20 May 1970CU1202.jpg 
NG0675"Lame duckling"Nicholas Garland27 Apr 1971NG0675.jpg 
CU1265"If this campaign doesn't sell the product then Tory Advertising Ltd. loses the British
account!"
Michael Cummings24 May 1971CU1265.jpg 
CU0949With Tories talking about electing their leader, Cummings provides an Identi-Kit of
what he should be:
Michael Cummings30 Dec 1968CU0949.jpg 
09468[no caption]Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]26 Jul 196609468.jpg 
20187"Lame duckling"Nicholas Garland27 Apr 197120187.jpg 
03906The Whitehall Whizz Kids. Sensational new pictures of the cabinet to prove that they are
all with it.
Vicky [Victor Weisz]23 Jul 196303906.jpg 
05303"Sure none of our chaps have been backing the other side, Blakenham?"Vicky [Victor Weisz]14 Apr 196405303.jpg 
05272"It's all right - the PM's got a light!"Vicky [Victor Weisz]21 Apr 196405272.jpg 
06661[No caption]Vicky [Victor Weisz]01 Feb 196506661.jpg 
17528 BROKEN PROMISES Election stakes chances looking slightly better after recent canter in
Scotland. Head Lad Brown says 'We've got a plan and that's straight from the horses mouth -
it's just getting the timing right for his big race! Trainer Jenkins says 'If my April
forecast is right, he should be fit for the June or October stakes, but if the going looks
hard, it might be months sooner than weeks.'" FEATHER YOUR NEST "Blinkered - could cause
consternation by balking favourite. Head lad, Clive Jenkins, says 'Whatever the result,
we're going to win, and if anyone thinks different let them bloody well try! Greatest
danger, Shipshape Ted. At last meeting BROKEN PROMISES didn't get a place. SHIPSHAPE TED
"Comes again and now and again in spite of fluctuating odds. Backers say it should be plain
sailing in election stakes after his Australian triumph. Easily led to water. Head lad,
Maudling, says 'He's a good honest performer.' Trainer Hogg says 'When he gets the bit
between his teeth they'll be no holding him.'"
Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]24 Mar 197017528.jpg 
18817"Now you've shown you can't be pushed around by black Africans - do try to make it
clear you're not being pushed around by white ones!"
Nicholas Garland20 Oct 197018817.jpg 
ILW3778"Once more unto the breach, dear friends, once more; or close the wall up with our Tory
dead!"
Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197920 Apr 1964ILW3778.jpg 
15368McLaclan's view of last week's political weatherEdward McLachlan11 May 196915368.jpg 
RS0067[No Caption] Ralph Steadman27 October 1967RS0067.jpg 
02529"Here's to 1963 - it can't be worse than 1962!"Michael Cummings29 Dec 196202529.jpg 
19983[no caption]Michael Cummings26 Mar 197119983.jpg 
03012[no caption]Michael Cummings04 Apr 196303012.jpg 
05378If you want a drink you must pay Reg's 2d a nip - or moreMichael Cummings15 Apr 196405378.jpg 
05377Slap at fixed odds but betting is still free from a general taxMichael Cummings15 Apr 196405377.jpg 
22777"Keep calm, everybody! There's a sporting change we've trained him to become a vegetarian!"Michael Cummings02 Jul 197222777.jpg 
03523"Of course we're independent of America - my suits are 100 per cent British'Michael Cummings24 May 196303523.jpg 
CU0924[no caption]Michael Cummings29 Jul 1964CU0924.jpg 
06117"My dear chap, I also have been rushing to your aid for the last six months..."Michael Cummings27 Oct 196406117.jpg 
03916The surprise witnessMichael Cummings26 Jul 196303916.jpg 
03868[no caption]Michael Cummings15 Jul 196303868.jpg 
15515"It isn't fair - she's being allowed to try on the crown already!"Michael Cummings10 Oct 196315515.jpg 
CU1259"What was so marvellous about the rest of the British Commonwealth was that we could
always leave it"
Michael Cummings21 Mar 1971CU1259.jpg 
MC1013[No caption]Michael Cummings05 Nov 1961MC1013.jpg 
CU0917"Of course we're independent of America - my suits are 100 per cent British'Michael Cummings24 May 1963CU0917.jpg 
13307[no caption]Michael Cummings29 Apr 196813307.jpg 
14029"We had to do SOMETHING to prevent Harold Wilson stealing all the headlines from the Tory Conference."Michael Cummings09 Oct 196814029.jpg 
20770"The Ulster situation is serious! We must do something! Let's soundproof the Home Secretary's room or he'll be wakened up!"Michael Cummings18 Jul 197120770.jpg 
20850[no caption]Michael Cummings01 Aug 197120850.jpg 
CU1238[no caption]Michael Cummings27 Sep 1971CU1238.jpg 
21304"You are, of course, a lame-duck enterprise! However, with a massive infusion of yen, and complete control by me and my directors, we think we can save the jobs of you and your members."Michael Cummings06 Oct 197121304.jpg 
21261"Oh dear! If we make a fuss about this, Mr. Wilson will accuse us of gimmickry and spy mania..."Michael Cummings18 Oct 197121261.jpg 
MC1173"What d'you expect? After Macmillan sacked us, Mr Gaitskell insisted we didn't take any other jobs"Michael Cummings11 Nov 1962MC1173.jpg 
15642"Get off the ground! You might make me lose the game!"Michael Cummings23 May 196915642.jpg 
21973[no caption]Michael Cummings09 Feb 197221973.jpg 
05893The set that reads secret thoughtsMichael Cummings26 Aug 196405893.jpg 
15562"Mr. Wilson is right - Parliament isn't exactly a game of cricket."Michael Cummings13 Nov 196315562.jpg 
17832"My dear sir, can't you detect the sweet smell of success coming from here?"Michael Cummings20 May 197017832.jpg 
20401"If this campaign doesn't sell the product then Tory Advertising Ltd. loses the British account!"Michael Cummings24 May 197120401.jpg 
CU1243"Oh dear! If we make a fuss about this, Mr. Wilson will accuse us of gimmickry and spy
mania..."
Michael Cummings18 Oct 1971CU1243.jpg 
ILW3760Babies can be...Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197902 Mar 1964ILW3760.jpg 
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