CodeGB/BCA/706
Dates1914-1985
Person NameBrown; George (1914-1985); Baron George-Brown
SurnameBrown
ForenamesGeorge
EpithetBaron George-Brown
Catalogue
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07258Things that go bump in the night.Roy Dewar18 Jun 196507258.jpg 
06987'Down, dammit, down'William Papas20 Apr 196506987.jpg 
04839'To be poor and independent is very nearly an impossibility.' - william CobbettRoy Dewar22 Nov 196304839.jpg 
07606Holding the boat upGlan Williams05 Sep 196507606.jpg 
04650'Praise the Lords, and pass the ammunition'William Papas12 Nov 196304650.jpg 
09023[no caption]William Papas20 May 196609023.jpg 
06436Statement of IntentRoy Dewar25 Dec 196406436.jpg 
08876"George, how would you like more time free to build up support in your constituency?"Sidney William Martin03 Apr 196608876.jpg 
09547"Shocking, thanks. What sort of weather did you have on holdiay?" / "Be a pal. I once lent you some when you were a bit short."Keith Waite15 Aug 196609547.jpg 
06957Prices & IncomesVicky [Victor Weisz]12 Apr 196506957.jpg 
06740'Let's expand!'William Papas18 Feb 196506740.jpg 
07007" - No houses of course, but you must admit we've led you up a lovely garden path."Sidney William Martin25 Apr 196507007.jpg 
11228"I suppose we had better begin our long-term plans for the re-nationalization of the industry now."Kenneth Mahood16 May 196711228.jpg 
10728"Good Boy"Jon [William John Philpin Jones]21 Feb 196710728.jpg 
07365Brown Request StopStanley Franklin08 Jul 196507365.jpg 
07662Brave New PlanWilliam Papas17 Sep 196507662.jpg 
08302"I believe he's given up bread." / "Still snowing" / "Walking licence and insurance certificate please."Keith Waite[Jan 1966]08302.jpg 
10954"Cheer up, boys! Here's George Brown come to pass on the heartfelt sympathy of the Government and people of Liberia!"Osbert Lancaster29 Mar 196710954.jpg 
08125"Mine's stamped with a rampant George Brown."Jon [William John Philpin Jones]13 Dec 196508125.jpg 
12781Ring Sophie, would you, and warn her I'll be home every night this week.Trog [Wally Fawkes]05 Nov 196712781.jpg 
09438[no caption]William Papas28 Jul 196609438.jpg 
NG0271"Oh shut up Harold - its only Venus!"Nicholas Garland27 Oct 1967NG0271.jpg 
10811"Talk about green with envy - did you see their faces?"David Myers28 Feb 196710811.jpg 
17020"Brothers, we are on our way!"Osbert Lancaster07 Jan 197017020.jpg 
17885"When it comes down to it aren't Labour's ideals yours as well?"Osbert Lancaster29 May 197017885.jpg 
18028Counting the chickensWilliam Papas19 Apr 196218028.jpg 
10067If you can't beat 'em - join 'emEccles [Frank Brown]08 Mar 196610067.jpg 
13545"... and Jim, if you're so keen on voluntary restraint, how about showing some?"Nicholas Garland11 Jun 196813545.jpg 
11875"That's the spirit, George, show 'em a gunboat."Jon [William John Philpin Jones]30 Aug 196711875.jpg 
18237'I am not in any hurry, M'sieur'Glan Williams07 May 196718237.jpg 
16398Rubbish strike spreadsJon [William John Philpin Jones]02 Oct 196916398.jpg 
16242Coming soon!Jon [William John Philpin Jones]10 Sep 196916242.jpg 
18837"It wasn't so much the hyphen - I thought you said LLOYD George."Paul Rigby23 Oct 197018837.jpg 
18177'Smile, darn you, George - we simply love de Gauloises'William Papas14 Jan 196718177.jpg 
18182"I suppose you know this road leads to the beach." / "Congratulations, Mr. Nutworth, you've beaten the freeze."Keith Waite24 Jan 196718182.jpg 
18242[no caption]William Papas11 May 196718242.jpg 
08262"Mr. George Brown's Incomes Policy ... has not failed, but then again it is not
a magic wand policy" - Mr. Ray Gunter on Wednesday
Vicky [Victor Weisz]07 Jan 196608262.jpg 
18769'And what is more, brothers, he went to Ireland to find his Irish ancestors.'Jon [William John Philpin Jones]12 Oct 197018769.jpg 
07095"Dont just say something, stand there!"Vicky [Victor Weisz]14 May 196507095.jpg 
NG0211"I'm sorry Mr Brown I can't hear what y(ou)r saying"Nicholas Garland10 Mar 1966 - 31 Dec 1969NG0211.jpg 
06498"Brothers, we're on our way!"Vicky [Victor Weisz]14 Dec 196406498.jpg 
09026Tug-o'-warJohn Jensen22 May 196609026.jpg 
09221"White to play"Nicholas Garland20 Jun 196609221.jpg 
MW2391"French mistletoe will be dearer this year - "Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]12 Dec 1967MW2391.jpg 
04746"I've just dreamed he is the Tories' secret weapon!"Michael Cummings03 Dec 196304746.jpg 
07316Moses and AaronIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197930 Jun 196507316.jpg 
07126Trumpeter, why aren't you sounding now?Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197921 May 196507126.jpg 
07069"Oo-oh! Special agent:- or the man with the golden Wigg (First exclusive preview
picture) 'I wish you'd stop referring to me as the poor girls's James Bond, Harold!"
Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]08 May 196507069.jpg 
07631[No caption]Vicky [Victor Weisz]09 Sep 196507631.jpg 
08229"This New Year let's give up making resolutions."Norman Mansbridge03 Jan 196608229.jpg 
NG0390[no caption]Nicholas Garland05 Jul 1968NG0390.jpg 
07200[no caption]Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-19794 Jun 196507200.jpg 
07993"Remember - don't say Hovis just say Brown!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]18 Nov 196507993.jpg 
MC0791'"Crisis - What crisis?".....Mr Gaitskell'Michael Cummings01 May 1960MC0791.jpg 
08740Just hold that a moment, GeorgeGerald Scarfe07 Apr 1966 
17146"... then I thought to myself - imagine Harold's surprise when he finds me here, too, to jolly things up a bit...."Mac [Stan McMurtry]26 Jan 197017146.jpg 
18715And Ted said to me: 'I'll give him a car if you'll be his chauffeur, George.'Jon [William John Philpin Jones]03 Oct 197018715.jpg 
20015'Buy an autographed copy of my book, sir?'Jon [William John Philpin Jones]29 Mar 197120015.jpg 
02962The Boat Race will be rowed at 11 30 a.m. todayWilliam Papas23 Mar 196302962.jpg 
07670"A child's guide to economics - continued"Vicky [Victor Weisz]20 Sep 196507670.jpg 
10351[No caption]Nicholas Garland22 Dec 196610351.jpg 
ILW4038Published caption: 'I suppose he'll reprimand us publicly for allowing him to go out without his trousers'Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197916 November 1966ILW4038.jpg 
ILW3903Published caption: Trumpeter, why aren't you sounding now?Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197921 May 1965ILW3903.jpg 
09285[no caption]Trog [Wally Fawkes]31 Jul 196609285.jpg 
12817Happy New yearEdward McLachlan31 Dec 196712817.jpg 
09782U.S. Troops in border move -Gerald Scarfe11 Oct 1966 
JJ0106The voyeursJohn Jensen06 Feb 1966JJ0106.jpg 
ILW3680[Illingworth cartoon ILW 3680]Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-19792 August 1963ILW3680.jpg 
ILW4048Published caption: "Doing alright so far, aren't we?Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197918 Jan 1967ILW4048.jpg 
15629Autumn CupidIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197923 October 196415629.jpg 
04492The time has come, the walrus said, to talk of many things of dividends, and profits
tax, and land, and clipping wings.
Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197904 Oct 196304492.jpg 
ILW4464St. George (Brown) and the dragon (Brighton, 1965)Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197906 Sep 1965ILW4464.jpg 
ILW4434[no caption]Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197926 Nov 1965ILW4434.jpg 
ILW3703Published caption: Boys for the jobsIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-19792 October 1963ILW3703.jpg 
ILW4089[no caption]Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197924 May 1967ILW4089.jpg 
VY2832[No caption]Vicky [Victor Weisz]17 Sep 1965VY2832.jpg 
19986"It's ben murder since Lord Larry joined us - everyone hoping to be discovered..."Mac [Stan McMurtry]26 Mar 197119986.jpg 
NG0220"Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year from Garland"Nicholas Garland24 Dec 1966NG0220.jpg 
NG0225[No caption]Nicholas Garland10 Mar 1966 - 31 Dec 1969NG0225.jpg 
10118"I've changed my mind - it's better to arrive than to travel hopefully."Francis Whitford23 Nov 196610118.jpg 
MW2166"Worrying, isn't it!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]27 Jul 1965MW2166.jpg 
MW2139"Our Norm says: 'Blackpool is so bracing.'"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]28 Apr 1965MW2139.jpg 
17054'If the Israelis attack with Centurion tanks you counter-attack by throwing beads.'Jon [William John Philpin Jones]10 Jan 197017054.jpg 
MW3435"Even if it is Valentine's day, George, no kisses, cuddles, hand-holding or sugestive remarks before the sauerkraut!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]14 Feb 1967MW3435.jpg 
08479[no caption]William Papas10 Feb 196608479.jpg 
07598"Sad? Why should I be sad? It's my birthday. The happiest day of the year ... Look at all the presents I have had." He waved a foot from side to side... - From Winnie-the-Pooh.Vicky [Victor Weisz]02 Sep 196507598.jpg 
VY3603[No caption]Vicky [Victor Weisz]01 Oct 1960VY3603.jpg 
NG0245"Mirror, mirror on the wall/Who is the most colourful of them all?"Nicholas Garland10 Mar 1966 - 31 Dec 1969NG0245.jpg 
08335This Valentine's Day A new fashion will bring, Love arrows are out, Machine-guns are in.Stanley Franklin21 Jan 196608335.jpg 
NG0076"Shuffle, purge, what's the difference - I say it's a bit suspicious"Nicholas Garland09 Aug 1966NG0076.jpg 
18685'I was hijacked and dumped here.'Jon [William John Philpin Jones]28 Sep 197018685.jpg 
09538Paradise lost?William Papas11 Aug 196609538.jpg 
18228"Don't show him we're too keen, Harold!"Jak [Raymond Jackson]03 May 196718228.jpg 
12730"Harold, Harold, wake up, wake up!"Jak [Raymond Jackson]09 Jan 196812730.jpg 
VY3604George Brown [No published caption]Vicky [Victor Weisz]28 Sep 1962VY3604.jpg 
12805"Papers arrived yet?"Stanley Franklin02 Nov 196712805.jpg 
10625"Not before the caviare, George"Jon [William John Philpin Jones]08 Feb 196710625.jpg 
VY3602George Brown [No published caption]Vicky [Victor Weisz]28 Dec 1962VY3602.jpg 
VY2844[No caption]Vicky [Victor Weisz]01 Oct 1965VY2844.jpg 
04754'It wouldn't hurt so much if the Tory Press would stop patting me on the back.'Trog [Wally Fawkes]06 Dec 196304754.jpg 
18193Swinging BritainStanley Franklin26 Jan 196718193.jpg 
IL0048Shadow CabinetIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-19791960IL0048.jpg 
NM0015"Let's forget Nasser - you can try kissing Ian Smith."Norman Mansbridge14 Jun 1967NM0015.jpg 
NM0038"Why not save your breath to blow out those 52 candles on your birthday cake?"Norman Mansbridge1968NM0038.jpg 
NM0097"We're there because we're there because we're there because we're there ..."Norman Mansbridge1964NM0097.jpg 
07724Beard growth?Stanley Franklin30 Sep 196507724.jpg 
10442"At least we've demonstrated to industry and the Press what we mean by dynamic and sweeping changes at the top."Sidney William Martin08 Jan 196710442.jpg 
19362Steadman's 12 days of Christmas Nine ladies dancing / Ten lords leapingRalph Steadman05 Jan 197119362.jpg 
08733"Thanks, George! This new image should get me more respect at UNO."Michael Cummings09 Apr 196608733.jpg 
AH0164[No caption]Arthur Horner06 Jan 1967AH0164.jpg 
NM0007"Mind if I use your cave until the freeze is over?"Norman Mansbridge03 Aug 1966NM0007.jpg 
WP0118The Boat Race will be rowed at 11 30 a.m. todayWilliam Papas23 Mar 1963WP0118.jpg 
09233"If only we could harness all this energy to some useful purpose."Kenneth Mahood22 Jun 196609233.jpg 
06138Still at itStanley Franklin20 Oct 196406138.jpg 
VY2928[No caption]Vicky [Victor Weisz]14 Jan 1966VY2928.jpg 
10674"Remember, George, I warned you about holding hands with the Herrenvolk."Osbert Lancaster14 Feb 196710674.jpg 
VY2635Asking for lessVicky [Victor Weisz]18 Dec 1964VY2635.jpg 
PC4876[no caption]Bill McArthur06 Nov 1998PC4876.jpg 
09493"George!"Jak [Raymond Jackson]03 Aug 196609493.jpg 
09791"Ah ... but we British don't like the sight of blood at a bullfight."Michael Cummings08 Oct 196609791.jpg 
01456"Welcome back, Brother."Peter Clarke29 Jun 196201456.jpg 
13116'That's one way of getting voted back into power!'Stanley Franklin08 Mar 196813116.jpg 
04780"Like this, George..."William Papas08 Dec 196304780.jpg 
09783"The Honourable George Brown!"Jak [Raymond Jackson]11 Oct 196609783.jpg 
09721"Don't blame me, I voted Conservative."Jon [William John Philpin Jones]29 Sep 196609721.jpg 
VY2892"Of course it'll taste all right!"Vicky [Victor Weisz]26 Nov 1965VY2892.jpg 
VY1965Another solo atlantic crossingVicky [Victor Weisz]06 Jul 1962VY1965.jpg 
04284"Noise! What noise?"William Papas30 Sep 196304284.jpg 
ILW4441I'm frightened of a Brown ChristmasIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197922 Dec 1965ILW4441.jpg 
06420The big testEmmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]03 Dec 196406420.jpg 
12246"What I can never understand is why people say George is unpredictable."Nicholas Garland02 Nov 196712246.jpg 
07082"My bed of nails" - Mr. Ray Gunter, Minister of Labour, Oct 17, 1964.Vicky [Victor Weisz]11 May 196507082.jpg 
08589No captionGerald Scarfe11 Mar 1966 
08313Drama award: "The killing of Sister George."Vicky [Victor Weisz]18 Jan 196608313.jpg 
08163Another Bank RaidStanley Franklin20 Dec 196508163.jpg 
10599'Don't worry, I think I've got a bite'Roy Dewar03 Feb 196710599.jpg 
08819"It's solid, little fellow - all the way through."Glan Williams24 Apr 196608819.jpg 
11056Spain may use barrage balloons to hamper Gib. flightsStanley Franklin17 Apr 196711056.jpg 
04680"Where would you cut our programme?"William Papas17 Nov 196304680.jpg 
04672'Quick! Send for the bishop of Exeter!'Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197915 Nov 196304672.jpg 
12160I must get George to teach me a few steps ...Trog [Wally Fawkes]04 Oct 196712160.jpg 
08356"Harold! I've got it! What about a Valentine's Day election? All the railwaymen will be free to vote!"Sidney William Martin23 Jan 196608356.jpg 
05885"Why don't WE get the modern image? Why can't WE have young actors throwing parties in our flats? Why don't WE grow beards?"Sidney William Martin30 Aug 196405885.jpg 
08315"We installed in on a modernisation grant."Keith Waite19 Jan 196608315.jpg 
06292'Let's face it, Stella, when Labour says GO... WE go'William Papas07 Nov 196406292.jpg 
06339"I wouldn't swear to it, but I'd say it was Edward Heath!"Jak [Raymond Jackson]12 Nov 196406339.jpg 
09274"This year, George, we shall NOT be singing the Red Flag at the Annual Conference."Francis Whitford29 Jun 196609274.jpg 
09220"Penny for your thoughts."Jon [William John Philpin Jones]21 Jun 196609220.jpg 
09432"For two years we have tried to manage the economy in a way that no economy has been managed before." - Mr. George Brown in the House of CommonsMichael Cummings29 Jul 196609432.jpg 
10246"Really! The image the Press gives is disgraceful!"Michael Cummings09 Dec 196610246.jpg 
06078"If we can only capture the sacked football managers' vote."Jon [William John Philpin Jones]23 Sep 196406078.jpg 
06486'We're on our way, Harold'William Papas18 Dec 196406486.jpg 
06579"We're getting the hang of it at last - there's a pot we haven't even chipped!"Michael Cummings20 Jan 196506579.jpg 
12247"Splendid work, constable - You'll probably be fired." / "I must have eaten something that had been wrapped in a newspaper." / ".. and never talk to strange policemen in case they you as a decoy."Keith Waite02 Nov 196712247.jpg 
10515"You can see now why an alliance with the Liberals would never have worked."Tony Holland19 Jan 196710515.jpg 
10116"But where is David Frost?" / "Now that I know all the wrinkles I'm going to emigrate"Keith Waite24 Nov 196610116.jpg 
09135"And now, ladies and gentlemen - for your further entertainment - hang on a bit
longer!"
Nicholas Garland09 Jun 196609135.jpg 
06999[no caption]Michael Cummings23 Apr 196506999.jpg 
12063"I've heard about people who live in glass houses, but brother - this is ridiculous!"John Jensen01 Oct 196712063.jpg 
07659'Where have we heard that tune before?'Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197917 Sep 196507659.jpg 
10984"He can't really complain - he's the Ombudsman."Keith Waite03 Apr 196710984.jpg 
09978"It's my 'Russian Conference Chamber Type 'suit!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]08 Nov 196609978.jpg 
09601"Telephone - Frank Cousins - he's threatening to resign from the Commonwealth." / " ... plus selective employment tax."Keith Waite08 Sep 196609601.jpg 
09040"Wigg! This is a State of Emergency! I can't find a physician who can diagnose my principles to record them for posterity."Michael Cummings25 May 196609040.jpg 
07885The EnockersStanley Franklin01 Oct 196507885.jpg 
JJ0131[No caption]John Jensen04 Dec 1966JJ0131.jpg 
13075[10 Downing Street]Kenneth Mahood28 Mar 196813075.jpg 
08337[no caption]Keith Waite21 Jan 196608337.jpg 
05553"It's all very well being in sight of No. 10, George, but the Tories are so terribly good at laying red carpets..."Michael Cummings09 May 196405553.jpg 
12163[no caption]William Papas05 Oct 196712163.jpg 
09519"See - it's simple."William Papas08 Aug 196609519.jpg 
10087"Steady Harold - it's not that big a majority!"Jak [Raymond Jackson]01 Apr 196610087.jpg 
09512"I don't blame you, Harold, for wanting to appoint someone else to receive complaints from the public."Michael Cummings06 Aug 196609512.jpg 
11287"A promising diplomat young Pinbody - we're thinking of sending him to China." / Chinese Embassy / Letters / Protest Notes / Britain's Policy P.M.Keith Waite25 May 196711287.jpg 
NG0191"George - I'd like you to go out there!"Nicholas Garland24 Aug 1967NG0191.jpg 
AH0195Dancin' manArthur Horner13 Oct 1967AH0195.jpg 
06201'They're all in this Tory plot Goerge - Hardy Spicers, Goldwater, Mao Tse-tung AND the Meteorlogical Office'Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197929 Sep 196406201.jpg 
07321The Egg and GeorgeStanley Franklin01 Jul 196507321.jpg 
04286The road from Scarborough... for a maestro fence-sitterIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197930 Sep 196304286.jpg 
10412"It was only when I tried to think of new jobs for some of our senior ministers that I saw the great flaw in redeployment."Kenneth Mahood04 Jan 196710412.jpg 
NG0258[No caption]Nicholas Garland10 Mar 1966 - 31 Dec 1969NG0258.jpg 
07009"Aw, come on, just until pay day." / "I reckon we could ask for more money." / "Promise you'll be in by 7.30 tonight."Keith Waite26 Apr 196507009.jpg 
09110"If it's an increase, he wants to sail with us."Jon [William John Philpin Jones]08 Jun 196609110.jpg 
05975"Anyway, Mr. Wilson, we've left plenty of material to build the new annexe to Parliament..."Michael Cummings01 Aug 196405975.jpg 
10081"Mr. Kosygin - Mr. George Brown!"Jak [Raymond Jackson]21 Nov 196610081.jpg 
18224"It's not getting there I'm worried about, it's the re-entry problem if we don't."Kenneth Mahood03 May 196718224.jpg 
12036"Mine's got whisky in it - I've heard nothing about breath-tests for cyclists." / "Unsupervised school meals are teaching me the value of an 'O' level in cookery." / "They can black out Wilson, but I'd hate to miss George Brown dancing the frug."Norman Mansbridge25 Sep 196712036.jpg 
18176They'll look sweet upon the seat of a bicycle made for twoDavid Myers13 Jan 196718176.jpg 
NG0108"Peace ... pretty Polly ... peace ... pretty Polly ... peace"Nicholas Garland21 Nov 1966NG0108.jpg 
09446[Harold Wilson George Brown]Gerald Scarfe22 Jul 1966 
07856[no caption]Vicky [Victor Weisz]01 Oct 196507856.jpg 
10535What does it matter if Bomber Thorpe is a buffoon - he's not on the bridge!"Michael Cummings22 Jan 196710535.jpg 
12253The fall guyIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-19793 November 196712253.jpg 
JJ0095"Well - if you know a better 'ole...!"John Jensen01 Aug 1965JJ0095.jpg 
VY2841"Dazzling, isn't it?"Vicky [Victor Weisz]27 Sep 1965VY2841.jpg 
10183"He doesn't believe in open prisons"Michael Cummings19 Dec 196610183.jpg 
VY2921[No caption]Vicky [Victor Weisz]07 Jan 1966VY2921.jpg 
09108'Let's start them off again!'William Papas01 Jun 196609108.jpg 
11493"Can't you serve anything but double faults?"Jon [William John Philpin Jones]26 Jun 196711493.jpg 
10074"Peace.. Pretty Polly. Peace.. Pretty Polly. Peace.."Nicholas Garland21 Nov 196610074.jpg 
07456" ... And we hereby promise never to make any more promises!"Michael Cummings30 Jul 196507456.jpg 
07719"Don't need the Liberals, George! Better, maybe, to have a tiny majority ALWAYS!"Michael Cummings29 Sep 196507719.jpg 
08317"Thrilling, isn't it?"Stanley Franklin19 Jan 196608317.jpg 
08394[no caption]William Papas21 Jan 196608394.jpg 
07012"He's all right - just shock."Jon [William John Philpin Jones]27 Apr 196507012.jpg 
03134"W-wish we could say the same about the Greene panther, George"Stanley Franklin29 Apr 196303134.jpg 
07582'But, doctor, an operation might be dangerous!'Michael Cummings30 Aug 196507582.jpg 
18884"I ask you - does this sound like me?"Jak [Raymond Jackson]31 Oct 197018884.jpg 
04510Cartoon A: "It's splendid provided security isn't involved.", Cartoon B: "Union peace move - we're having a chip-in.", Cartoon C: "Not a word to a soul but I've just shipped off an entire traffic jam."Keith Waite04 Oct 196304510.jpg 
06229"Mary!"Sidney William Martin22 Nov 196406229.jpg 
04668'Let's face it Harold, we need an anti-missile missile'William Papas14 Nov 196304668.jpg 
06326The UnionsAbu Abraham15 Nov 196406326.jpg 
10048Splash about a bit, at least it'll create a diversionGerald Scarfe17 Nov 1966 
08592Cabinet maker's petStanley Franklin11 Mar 196608592.jpg 
07236"I wonder which publicity man cooked this one up."Jon [William John Philpin Jones]15 Jun 196507236.jpg 
13111"Just a spontaneous gesture, Ted. Maybe you can do ME a favour some day."Sidney William Martin10 Mar 196813111.jpg 
11030"We would like to have given you a guard of honour but we didn't want to start bringing troops back from the Rhine."Kenneth Mahood13 Apr 196711030.jpg 
10107"The weather is a little better today I see" / "WE hope to get him in next September"Keith Waite23 Nov 196610107.jpg 
08080"Ladies and gentlemen, I have made a perfect take-off - er, is there any passenger who can tell me how to land?"Michael Cummings06 Dec 196508080.jpg 
10531No, Harold-its not because I think I'm Lord Palmerston. It's because George the Third went potty.Trog [Wally Fawkes]22 Jan 196710531.jpg 
10778"Why don't you ask me nice, easy questions like Mr. Frost did?"Jon [William John Philpin Jones]28 Feb 196710778.jpg 
06630Price increasesWilliam Papas06 Jan 196506630.jpg 
08173"But if I stop moving, someone will have time to ask me why I'm not doing anything about the problems at home!"Michael Cummings22 Dec 196508173.jpg 
01369"... and, last but not least, m'lord - the accused owes us six bob...!"Vicky [Victor Weisz]21 Jun 196201369.jpg 
18235[no caption]Kenneth Mahood17 Mar 196718235.jpg 
08100"Lovely box. Pity you couldn't afford the chocolates." / "Well ... if you're quite sure it's not the beautiful Miss Barnoldby Orange." / "Nice order here for a 45-knot nuclear-powered submersible pop radio ship."Keith Waite10 Dec 196508100.jpg 
06671"When we've used up all the skeltons in the Tory cupboard, George, we'll have nothing left to distract everybody from what's in ours!"Michael Cummings03 Feb 196506671.jpg 
09785[no caption]David Myers11 Oct 196609785.jpg 
08381[no caption]Michael Cummings26 Jan 196608381.jpg 
05958"I have a horrible feeling, George, that there's another wind of change blowing."Sidney William Martin09 Aug 196405958.jpg 
10253"This is the position I would adopt!"Gerald Scarfe09 Dec 1966 
18205"... and another thing - there's only room for one comedian in my act!"Jak [Raymond Jackson]17 Feb 196718205.jpg 
62496[no caption]Dave Gaskill24 Sep 200262496.jpg 
19979"Listen, Larry, around here I do all the acting!"Jak [Raymond Jackson]25 Mar 197919979.jpg 
13758'If Ted Dexter can make a come-back after THREE years...."Jon [William John Philpin Jones]23 Jul 196813758.jpg 
08677'I don't recollect seeing that wire before, Charlie'Stanley Franklin22 Mar 196608677.jpg 
13675[no caption]Nicholas Garland04 Jul 196813675.jpg 
07602"Our trouble is that nobody wants to eavesdrop on what we say!"Michael Cummings03 Sep 196507602.jpg 
11448"Roll up! Roll up! See the great escapologist! Will he wriggle out of the dreaded D-notice trap? Will he eat his own words? Or will he fly off to America? Roll up!"Sidney William Martin18 Jun 196711448.jpg 
09159"The seamen? Don't be silly, we're here to find six winners for the Ascot Tote Jackpot."Jon [William John Philpin Jones]15 Jun 196609159.jpg 
08010"I think it must be heart trouble, Doc." / "I must ring off now, Jo - Dad's dropping hints."Norman Mansbridge30 Nov 196508010.jpg 
12084Is this the best you could do? You must have been drinking!Trog [Wally Fawkes]08 Oct 196712084.jpg 
09968[no caption]Jon [William John Philpin Jones]07 Nov 196609968.jpg 
11224[no caption]William Papas16 May 196711224.jpg 
10568"Really, the way some of the common Labour MPs behave."Jon [William John Philpin Jones]30 Jan 196710568.jpg 
11238'I'll be right over, Kosygin, as soon as I've settled this mess'William Papas20 May 196711238.jpg 
10140Bravo!! George for CommissarWilliam Papas26 Nov 196610140.jpg 
07448"The fuss they're making, anybody would think they're picking the next PM!"Jak [Raymond Jackson]27 Jul 196507448.jpg 
12478"The Commons doesn't need TV coverage, George, as long as we have the David Frost Show."Kenneth Mahood12 Dec 196712478.jpg 
NG0146"You don't suppose they're trying to get us to the conference table!"Nicholas Garland27 Apr 1967NG0146.jpg 
12169'Basically George - we're no worse off than when we arrived'William Papas07 Oct 196712169.jpg 
10498"You realize of course, gentlemen, that since the Treaty of Rome all roads lead to Paris."Kenneth Mahood17 Jan 196710498.jpg 
10071"I've arranged just the interpreter for you George. He can't speak Russian and doesn't understand English."Sidney William Martin20 Nov 196610071.jpg 
10539"Which of you is Brown?"Jon [William John Philpin Jones]23 Jan 196710539.jpg 
10260"And this demonstrates, of course, that Mr. Smith is a threat to peace"Sidney William Martin11 Dec 196610260.jpg 
10900'It's a favourable gesture, but we are still sitting.'Glan Williams19 Mar 196710900.jpg 
18209[no caption]William Papas23 Feb 196718209.jpg 
17011"I think it was the phrase 'Big white chief bring many more beads if you stop boom! boom!' that upset him."Mac [Stan McMurtry]06 Jan 197017011.jpg 
18214"It's the only way into Europe now!"Jak [Raymond Jackson]07 Mar 196718214.jpg 
VY2654[No caption]Vicky [Victor Weisz]22 Jan 1965VY2654.jpg 
11385"It's a pity to leave before the end but we'd better get back to the office!"Nicholas Garland09 Jun 196711385.jpg 
17033"Allah be praised! Water!"Michael Cummings07 Jan 197017033.jpg 
18341Knees up Brother BrownRichard Willson02 Aug 197018341.jpg 
NG0315[No caption]Nicholas Garland26 Jan 1967NG0315.jpg 
16240'All right so far - he's read right through it without resigning once!'Trog [Wally Fawkes]10 Sep 196916240.jpg 
18456If the cap (crossed out) coronet fits..John Jensen09 Aug 197018456.jpg 
18174Sleepless nightsStanley Franklin12 Jan 196718174.jpg 
16396'I am Foreign Secretary, I am not Foreign Secretary, I am...'Jon [William John Philpin Jones]03 Oct 196916396.jpg 
18155Brothers!William Papas13 Aug 196618155.jpg 
18897"... and how is George, Mrs. Brown? - sore hands, eh? Can't type? Oh, how sad!"Mac [Stan McMurtry]02 Nov 197018897.jpg 
18076"Brothers, we're on our way!"Vicky [Victor Weisz]31 Jul 196218076.jpg 
11116"You don't suppose they're trying to get us to the conference table!"Nicholas Garland27 Apr 196711116.jpg 
WP0141"Naturally, this'll hurt me just as much as it'll hurt you"William Papas03 Feb 1966WP0141.jpg 
09452When you're smiling, when you're smiling the whole world smiles with you - by arrangement with B. Feldman and Co.Ltd.Stanley Franklin15 Jul 196609452.jpg 
AH0176[No caption]Arthur Horner12 May 1967AH0176.jpg 
10037'I suppose he'll reprimand us publicly for allowing him to go out without his trousers'Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197916 November 196610037.jpg 
18891Persona Non Grata: The Retort DiplomaticGerald Scarfe01 Nov 1970 
AH0204The Four Marketeers!Arthur Horner22 Dec 1967AH0204.jpg 
AH0205Pruning and FellingArthur Horner05 Jan 1968AH0205.jpg 
08252[no caption]Roy Dewar07 Jan 196608252.jpg 
AH0150Shake-outArthur Horner29 Jul 1966AH0150.jpg 
08250" ... with hey, ho, the wind and the rain a foolish thing was but a toy, for the rain
it raineth every day." [Twelfth Night]
Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]06 Jan 196608250.jpg 
08359Trumpeter w-w-what are you sounding now?Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197924 Jan 196608359.jpg 
08355Let there be sun!John Jensen23 Jan 196608355.jpg 
09779"Thinks"Nicholas Garland11 Oct 196609779.jpg 
09440Suggestion BoxEmmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]05 Jul 196609440.jpg 
08388"For my next - trick!!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]27 Jan 196608388.jpg 
08453I've got it! Let's offer famine relief to the moon!Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197907 Feb 196608453.jpg 
09240"Let me have men about me that are fat; Sleek headed men and such as sleep o'nights;
Yond' Cassius has a lean and hungry look; He thinks too much: such men are dangerous" -
Julius Caesar
Nicholas Garland24 Jun 196609240.jpg 
NG0053"Let me have men about me that are fat; Sleek headed men and such as sleep o'nights;
Yond' Cassius has a lean and hungry look; He thinks too much: such men are dangerous" -
Julius Caesar
Nicholas Garland24 Jun 1966NG0053.jpg 
08470Monday is St. Valentine's dayVicky [Victor Weisz]11 Feb 196608470.jpg 
08456"Four...Three...Two..."Vicky [Victor Weisz]03 Feb 196608456.jpg 
08346"Cheer up George, if the bakers go on strike for more pay, there won't be any bead to go up in price!" The Co-op cuts the price of bread when Rank Hovis & McDougall put theirs up by 1p. a loaf.Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]13 Jan 196608346.jpg 
07083"I wish my signal-box could be repaired in a few days ... "Michael Cummings12 May 196507083.jpg 
08673"Ouch! It's those ghastly
comprehensive rotters again!"
Nicholas Garland16 Mar 196608673.jpg 
09359The high jumpIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197918 July 196609359.jpg 
07642Workers [crossed out] Bankers of the World uniteVicky [Victor Weisz]13 Sep 196507642.jpg 
63343"Whose great idea was it for top-up fees?"Patrick Blower05 Dec 200263343.jpg 
00260Its that man againIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197904 Oct 196100260.jpg 
09465[No caption]Nicholas Garland05 Jul 196609465.jpg 
18200"Please sir, he started it!"Nicholas Garland31 Jan 196718200.jpg 
12806"Even the bad times are bad...!"Jak [Raymond Jackson]20 Nov 196712806.jpg 
ILW4130Published caption: Don't just stand thereIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197929 September 1967ILW4130.jpg 
11235[George Brown]Nicholas Garland17 May 196711235.jpg 
09345The boy stood on the burning deck / Whence all but he had fled ...Nicholas Garland14 Jul 196609345.jpg 
NG0260[No caption]Nicholas Garland10 Mar 1966 - 31 Dec 1969NG0260.jpg 
WP0153Walks up Oxford Street - talks with workers - dinner with the Queen - handshakes - football
- lunches - teas - snowdrops - the Carlton Club - We achieved miracles!
William Papas13 Feb 1967WP0153.jpg 
ILW3969Published caption: ShuntedIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197921 Jan 1966ILW3969.jpg 
66804ResurrechoonSteve Bell12 Sep 200366804.jpg 
08609.... and I don't care what Robin Day says!Tony Holland13 Mar 196608609.jpg 
18338"It's absolutely outrageous. I've a good mind to resign it."Ben Shailo [Basil Hone]01 Aug 197018338.jpg 
AH0178The astounding World [crossed out] Europe of George Brown [a book has just been published in America in which a psychiatrist describes experiments with a man who "thinks" images on to film...]Arthur Horner26 May 1967AH0178.jpg 
JJ0326Published caption: Let there be sun!John Jensen23 Jan 1966JJ0326.jpg 
ILW3875Published caption: "Frankly, George, if there was anywhere I could take my overdraft, I'd take it"Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197922 February 1965ILW3875.jpg 
ILW3864Published caption: .... seven, six, five, four, three .....Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197913 Jan 1965ILW3864.jpg 
08094Eastward look, the sea is brightIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197908 Dec 196508094.jpg 
ILW4186Published caption: It's a livingIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-19791 April 1968ILW4186.jpg 
JJ0112Tug-o'-warJohn Jensen22 May 1966JJ0112.jpg 
ILW4384[no caption]Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197911 Feb 1966ILW4384.jpg 
09529[no caption]Gerald Scarfe10 Aug 1966 
ILW3861Published caption: 'I see by the papers the cost of living has gone up .... 'Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197906 Jan 1965ILW3861.jpg 
ILW4426[no caption]Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-19791969ILW4426.jpg 
ILW3832Published caption: 'They're all in this Tory plot Goerge - Hardy Spicers, Goldwater, Mao Tse-tung AND the Meteorlogical Office'Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197929 September 1964ILW3832.jpg 
MW3495" ... Ah well! Back to Norm."Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]09 Jun 1965MW3495.jpg 
08254"My bed has more nails in it than yours has!"Michael Cummings07 Jan 196608254.jpg 
NG0077"Oh Brother...!"Nicholas Garland12 Aug 1966NG0077.jpg 
10404"Do something about that, George. It's beginning to affect ME!"Gerald Scarfe02 Jan 1967 
LSE9073The road to powerDavid Low (1891-1963)09 May 1962LSE9073.jpg 
12809"All right, have it your way - you heard a seal bark." with apologies to ThurberIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197924 Nov 196812809.jpg 
MW2382"Had any obscene thoughts lately, Jim?"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]23 Nov 1967MW2382.jpg 
MW2275"Why don't we take Michael's advice and complain to somebody?"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]15 Sep 1966MW2275.jpg 
12963[no caption]Nicholas Garland27 Feb 196812963.jpg 
00005"Wonderful, Hugh, now give us another one of your inspiring clarion calls...!Vicky [Victor Weisz]08 Nov 196100005.jpg 
MW2299" ... and don't overdo the 'Mondieus', George!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]24 Jan 1967MW2299.jpg 
09380" .... then, after 1951, came 13 golden years of Tory misrule, you know the rest of the story, son!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]21 Jul 196609380.jpg 
MW2315"If it's not an April Fool joke, here comes your first problem, Sir!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]01 Apr 1967MW2315.jpg 
MW2143Our Norm says:- "Whoever wins today - I lose."Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]06 May 1965MW2143.jpg 
17623'Which is Walter Terry's room?'Trog [Wally Fawkes]11 Apr 197017623.jpg 
NG0197"Look George - one silly horse can bring the whole lot down!"Nicholas Garland10 Apr 1967NG0197.jpg 
05213"Remember those bulbs you said wouldn't come up...?"Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197918 Mar 196405213.jpg 
MW2545"Psst! - Wanna buy a knife?"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]15 May 1969MW2545.jpg 
NG4621[no caption]Nicholas Garland10 Mar 1966 - 31 Dec 1993NG4621.jpg 
NG0060"No Government can be long secure without a formidable opposition (Disraeli)"Nicholas Garland12 Jul 1966NG0060.jpg 
ILW3898Published caption: The contortionistIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197910 May 1965ILW3898.jpg 
VY2735"Dont just say something, stand there!"Vicky [Victor Weisz]14 May 1965VY2735.jpg 
07388[no caption]Jon [William John Philpin Jones]14 Jul 196507388.jpg 
WP0036'Oh, well, back to the drawing board'William Papas02 Nov 1965WP0036.jpg 
JJ0092"Don't worry, Harold - I'll keep all those old conspirators under control while you 're away"John Jensen20 Jun 1965JJ0092.jpg 
05277"A few more loyal pats on the back like that, George, and our campaign will be superfluous"Michael Cummings25 Apr 196405277.jpg 
08174I'm frightened of a Brown ChristmasIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197922 Dec 196508174.jpg 
17007"We didn't kidnap him, the Egyptians gave him to us!"Jak [Raymond Jackson]06 Jan 197017007.jpg 
VY2833"It's a plan!"Vicky [Victor Weisz]17 Sep 1965VY2833.jpg 
00015"There now, this should help us project the new modern image of the movement!"Vicky [Victor Weisz]18 Dec 196100015.jpg 
VY1796[No caption]Vicky [Victor Weisz]30 Jun 1961VY1796.jpg 
VY2363"This is a party political broadcast on behalf of the Conservative - er sorry - Labour Party..."Vicky [Victor Weisz]29 Nov 1963VY2363.jpg 
VY2889"... and I appeal to you - Don't put the heat on!"Vicky [Victor Weisz]23 Nov 1965VY2889.jpg 
18890"I told you we'd do all right here ... they think it's George Brown...."Collie [Clive Collins]01 Nov 197018890.jpg 
10888'How many applicants for the job are there?'Stanley Franklin16 Mar 196710888.jpg 
11881"Why not, Mountbatten had it when he was a Supremo!"Jak [Raymond Jackson]29 Aug 196711881.jpg 
12088"When I am good I am very, very good, but when I am bad the country has to make up its mind whether it will accept me as I am."W.R.H.07 Oct 196712088.jpg 
13032"He had some good points"Stanley Franklin18 Mar 196813032.jpg 
VY2843[No caption]Vicky [Victor Weisz](Oct 1965)VY2843.jpg 
07661"The thing's a fake, I tell you.."Stanley Franklin17 Sep 196507661.jpg 
40450'Well, chaps, what load of old codswallop shall we tell 'em this week?'Jon [William John Philpin Jones]08 Jun 197040450.jpg 
MW1094[no caption]Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]08 Feb 1963MW1094.jpg 
VY1654[No caption]Vicky [Victor Weisz]30 Apr 1960VY1654.jpg 
04481Boys for the jobsIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197902 Oct 196304481.jpg 
AH0149AA Fine Cutting Edge "Let me make it clear that I am using a revolutionary set of left-handed instruments..."Arthur Horner22 Jul 1966AH0149A.jpg 
06224"Really, George. First a D.J. at the banquet and now City clothes at Chequers."Jon [William John Philpin Jones]21 Nov 196406224.jpg 
VY3567The silver handshakeVicky [Victor Weisz]19 Aug 1936 - 25 Feb 1966VY3567.jpg 
VY3563"People don't care whether I said 3, 4, 2 per cent or no per cent. What people are interested in is their chance of a government that will bring them down." - Mr George Brown September 29, 1964Vicky [Victor Weisz]19 Aug 1936 - 25 Feb 1966VY3563.jpg 
11059Sir, I don't understand. Two and a half years of Conservative policies, and they go and vote Tory. Yours, AbuAbu Abraham17 Apr 196711059.jpg 
16679'Heath recruits business talent to manage the next Tory Government departments' - News item.Trog [Wally Fawkes]17 Nov 196916679.jpg 
18152"Ummm ... where are we now?"Nicholas Garland24 May 196618152.jpg 
10629[no caption]Gerald Scarfe08 Feb 1967 
07835"Anything you can do, I can do better..."Vicky [Victor Weisz]11 Oct 196507835.jpg 
08033[no caption]Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197926 Nov 196508033.jpg 
07222Magna Carta 1965 - "You don't have to sign anything, Chum ... we'll just take no notice of you as usual."Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197911 Jun 196507222.jpg 
06596Dear Mr. Brown, We promise to peg out prices. Yours Sainsbury, Marks & Spencer, David Greig, Tesco, Co-op, etc. etc....Vicky [Victor Weisz]13 Jan 196506596.jpg 
18173"The trouble with these Continental-style signs is you have to guess what they mean."Kenneth Mahood10 Jan 196718173.jpg 
12381The Maginot LineJak [Raymond Jackson]29 Nov 196712381.jpg 
05114"To the barricades, brothers, let's attack 'em on an issue that really matters!"Vicky [Victor Weisz]03 Feb 196405114.jpg 
09098"Daddy! that story that Mr. Wilson was once a member of the Labour Party - it's just a fairy-tale, isn't it?"Michael Cummings23 May 196609098.jpg 
05372"He's trying to increase his saving certificates to the new maximum."
"No, I don't, thanks... no, I don't, thanks - yes a jolly good budget, I thought."
Keith Waite15 Apr 196405372.jpg 
11054"Be sure to get them on television, George, and maybe we can persuade them to mediate for peace in the Labour Party"Michael Cummings17 Apr 196711054.jpg 
08351"Let's be tough, brothers, we're on our way!"Vicky [Victor Weisz]21 Jan 196608351.jpg 
10411"Good heavens, George, I don't care what Ho Chi-min thinks of my peace proposals - it's what Ho Chi-Foot, Ho Chi-Driberg, Ho Chi-Zilliacus & Co think that's important."Michael Cummings04 Jan 196710411.jpg 
12967"... and another thing - there's only room for one comedian in my act!"Jak [Raymond Jackson]17 Feb 196712967.jpg 
12528"Whoever was it said that our relations with France were so bad that not even Admiral Wilson could make them worse?"Osbert Lancaster21 Dec 196712528.jpg 
10610"How about a nosh-up at a Chinese Restaurant tonight?"Jon [William John Philpin Jones]06 Feb 196710610.jpg 
11427"He says he'd prefer a Radcliffe inquiry so he can reject it if he doesn't like it!"Stanley Franklin16 Jun 196711427.jpg 
13576[no caption]Edward McLachlan16 Jun 196813576.jpg 
11473"I'm not playing trains today, I'm playing railway modernisation." / ".. here is our South Arabian policy." / "You're perfectly safe - I learned to drive going the wrong way on the M1."Keith Waite21 Jun 196711473.jpg 
17002[George Brown Spiro Agnew]Trog [Wally Fawkes]05 Jan 197017002.jpg 
18236"If the worst came to the worst, Lord Gardiner, would I be able to get a divorce?"Michael Cummings07 May 196718236.jpg 
10972"If it's not an April Fool joke, here comes your first problem, Sir!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]01 Apr 196710972.jpg 
18421A study in Brown: by ScarfeGerald Scarfe23 Aug 1970 
08401New Maximum Security Prison for Political PrisonerMichael Cummings29 Jan 196608401.jpg 
10651"Run along, Prince Philip and I want to talk."Jon [William John Philpin Jones]10 Feb 196710651.jpg 
ILW4003Published caption: "... They were two of ours - but good shooting, Colonel, sir!"Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197917 June 1966ILW4003.jpg 
MW1125[no caption]Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]11 Apr 1963MW1125.jpg 
MW3486"'Op it! This is for kids only."Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]01 Jan 1957 - 31 Dec 1975MW3486.jpg 
09756The innocent abroadIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-19797 Oct 196609756.jpg 
10504"Doing alright so far, aren't we?Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197918 Jan 196710504.jpg 
08048"... and I appeal to you - Don't put the heat on!"Vicky [Victor Weisz]23 Nov 196508048.jpg 
02652"Poor old labour party! What they want is a Salisbury to democratically PICK their
leader, eh, Rab.."
Vicky [Victor Weisz]28 Jan 196302652.jpg 
07172"Don't look round, but I think we're being followed!"Vicky [Victor Weisz]31 May 196507172.jpg 
11743"Say from whence you have this strange intelligence, or why upon this blasted heath
you stop our way with such prophetic greeting?" (Macbeth)
Nicholas Garland31 Jul 197011743.jpg 
07953"Yes," said Eeyore. "However," he said, brightening up a little, "we haven't had an
earthquake lately." - From the House at Pooh Corner.
Vicky [Victor Weisz]17 Nov 196507953.jpg 
07239Faster! Faster!Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197916 June 196507239.jpg 
09913Quo Vadis!Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]11 Feb 196609913.jpg 
ILW3933Published caption: Oh, brother!Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197923 Aug 1965ILW3933.jpg 
11156[no caption]Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]4 May 196711156.jpg 
ILW3873No captionIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197917 February 1965ILW3873.jpg 
LSE8669Isle of Man modelDavid Low (1891-1963)02 Sep 1960LSE8669.jpg 
CU1106"He certainly doesn't believe in 'Fraternity', definitely not in 'Equality', and ..."Michael Cummings01 Feb 1967CU1106.jpg 
07658The PlanVicky [Victor Weisz]16 Sep 196507658.jpg 
MW2270"A touch of the Blarney'Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]18 Aug 1966MW2270.jpg 
VY1555[No caption]Vicky [Victor Weisz]14 Nov 1959VY1555.jpg 
ILW4050Published caption:Paris Fashions "Of course we are serious - we're not just doing it for the giggle, are we, Georgie?"Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197923 Jan 1967ILW4050.jpg 
18441This is to Cerify that George Brown has been elected an honorary member of the Victims of Cartoonists Benevolent Guild in recognition of his important work in this field.Ralph Steadman07 Aug 197018441.jpg 
ILW3866Published caption: One swallowIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197915 Jan 1965ILW3866.jpg 
ILW3839Published caption: Autumn CupidIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197923 October 1964ILW3839.jpg 
17420"Time gentlemen, please!"Jak [Raymond Jackson]07 Mar 197017420.jpg 
VY3039"The whip, Hugh, crack the whip!"Vicky [Victor Weisz]21 Mar 1961VY3039.jpg 
ILW4168Published caption: Emergency Ward When "Hey! I thought the operation was urgent?"Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197919 Jan 1968ILW4168.jpg 
08711"You may be in for a little heckling tonight. This is a Tory stronghold!"Jak [Raymond Jackson]29 Mar 196608711.jpg 
04480"Ah, remember those old battles back in '54 and '60...?"Vicky [Victor Weisz]01 Oct 196304480.jpg 
MW2251[no caption]Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]05 Jul 1966MW2251.jpg 
12502The Third ManEmmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]05 Oct 196712502.jpg 
MW0416[no caption]Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]29 Jul 1958MW0416.jpg 
07067Return of the prodigalsVicky [Victor Weisz]07 May 196507067.jpg 
ILW3900Published caption: Mother CourageIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197914 May 1965ILW3900.jpg 
MW2184"This should suit you gentlemen, only two pedals, stop and go!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]21 Oct 1965MW2184.jpg 
NG0273"We are not amused!"Nicholas Garland04 Oct 1967NG0273.jpg 
WP0206'We're on our way, Harold'William Papas18 Dec 1964WP0206.jpg 
07193Those magnificent men in their flying machinesStanley Franklin04 Jun 196507193.jpg 
12074"Now, will the real George Brown stand up!"Jak [Raymond Jackson]06 Oct 196712074.jpg 
ILW3724'Quick! Send for the bishop of Exeter!'Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197915 Nov 1963ILW3724.jpg 
AH0193After the Trial - "it is you, the people of Britain, who are on test now, not we, the Government" (Mr George Brown's by-election charge)Arthur Horner22 Sep 1967AH0193.jpg 
07961[no caption]Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]02 Nov 196507961.jpg 
10820"Oh, well - nous ne passerons pas - I suppose!"Nicholas Garland07 Mar 196710820.jpg 
06113"Draughty old office they've left us, Jim."Frank Benier20 Oct 196406113.jpg 
11936"At least we've got the confidence of the Gibraltarians."Jon [William John Philpin Jones]11 Sep 196711936.jpg 
ILW3913Published caption: Faster! Faster!Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197916 June 1965ILW3913.jpg 
MW0687[no caption]Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]28 Apr 1960MW0687.jpg 
18172"I can't understand these continental signs, what do you think he means?"Nicholas Garland10 Jan 196718172.jpg 
CU1229"Hello, George! It's the foreign diplomats who don't like me!"Michael Cummings02 Nov 1970CU1229.jpg 
VY1718"There, who says there's something wrong with my steering?"Vicky [Victor Weisz]23 Sep 1960VY1718.jpg 
06149'That settles it, brothers, if Bernard Levin votes Labour, I vote Tory!'Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]15 Oct 196406149.jpg 
VY2677[No caption]Vicky [Victor Weisz]22 Feb 1965VY2677.jpg 
VY2737[No caption]Vicky [Victor Weisz]17 May 1965VY2737.jpg 
VY3132"Good old George, thanks awfully, old boy! You've done it again!"Vicky [Victor Weisz]19 Aug 1936 - 25 Feb 1966VY3132.jpg 
VY1901"...But we're all Liberals now!"Vicky [Victor Weisz]16 Mar 1962VY1901.jpg 
VY2823[No caption]Vicky [Victor Weisz]09 Sep 1965VY2823.jpg 
VY2826Workers [crossed out] Bankers of the World uniteVicky [Victor Weisz]13 Sep 1965VY2826.jpg 
00001"There, now we're in the right position from which to attack the Tories and win a
resounding victory for-er-socialism"
Vicky [Victor Weisz]06 Oct 196100001.jpg 
VY2638"This'll get the old shop out of the red, George"Vicky [Victor Weisz]30 Dec 1964VY2638.jpg 
11856"George - I'd like you to go out there!"Nicholas Garland24 Aug 196711856.jpg 
04752"Been shooting Your mouth off, too, George?"Keith Waite03 Dec 196304752.jpg 
09437"My client pleads that time spent in pop ships should be deducted." / "All fares, please." / "Sorry, sir, that's yesterday's"Keith Waite29 Jul 196609437.jpg 
ILW3626[no caption]Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197922 Feb 1963ILW3626.jpg 
12804"You go on like this George, and you could end up dancing for a living!"Jak [Raymond Jackson]04 Oct 196712804.jpg 
NG0049"And now, ladies and gentlemen - for your further entertainment - hang on a bit longer!"Nicholas Garland09 Jun 1966NG0049.jpg 
09436"You know Labour Government works, you know Labour Government works, You know....!"Jak [Raymond Jackson]29 Jul 196609436.jpg 
11374"If we get really short perhaps Ian Smith would help us out."Jon [William John Philpin Jones]07 Jun 196711374.jpg 
04682"I hope it's not going to get much bigger, Harold"Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197918 Nov 196304682.jpg 
05770Slipping ...Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197910 Jul 196405770.jpg 
11447"... and if I can't make myself heard, Harold, I shall bang on my desk with my tennis shoe!"Michael Cummings18 Jun 196711447.jpg 
04693Wilson & Brown OutfittersIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197920 Nov 196304693.jpg 
10487"Anything to declare? Why, yes! I declare if you don't let me join the Common Market I'll leave George behind in Rome!"Michael Cummings16 Jan 196710487.jpg 
12858'Do you think it's wise to wear it to Washington?"Jon [William John Philpin Jones]06 Feb 196812858.jpg 
12138Doctor FaustusEmmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]17 Oct 196712138.jpg 
11345First casualtyIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-19792 Jun 196711345.jpg 
12426Picture of the government taking effective measures to deal with the situation. / "OK. So your horse came in. What do we do with three francs twenty centimes?"Keith Waite04 Dec 196712426.jpg 
ILW3803Published caption: Slipping ...Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197910 Jul 1964ILW3803.jpg 
06634"Have-a-go" GeorgeStanley Franklin06 Jan 196506634.jpg 
10974"Ninety days submerged may be okay for ze British. But for us French ..." / "He popped the question all right. What did I fancy in the National? ..." / "Clever how teachers always manage to choose holiday time to get sympathy for their claims...."David Langdon02 Apr 196710974.jpg 
11244"Each time I phone de Gaulle a voice says 'This is a recording - Non!'" / "... And when I say 'break' I mean a long pause for TV commercials." / "How can we kep up with the Joneses if they can dump a veteran Rolls"Norman Mansbridge18 May 196711244.jpg 
MW3494Doctor FaustusEmmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]17 Oct 1967MW3494.jpg 
08432The voyeursJohn Jensen06 Feb 196608432.jpg 
NM0026"Anything's worth a try - but it didn't solve Ringo Starr's problems."Norman Mansbridge06 Mar 1968NM0026.jpg 
ILW4053No captionIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-19796 February 1967ILW4053.jpg 
ILW3920Published caption: Moses and AaronIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197930 Jun 1965ILW3920.jpg 
ILW3908Published caption: Long voyage?Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197931 May 1965ILW3908.jpg 
ILW3800Published caption: 'Another boob, Harold! What you need is three weeks on the Costa Brava'Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-19793 Jul 1964ILW3800.jpg 
ILW3726Wilson & Brown OutfittersIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197920 Nov 1963ILW3726.jpg 
ILW4088Published caption: Help, Police!Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197922 May 1967ILW4088.jpg 
ILW3940Published caption: 'Where have we heard that tune before?'Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197917 Sep 1965ILW3940.jpg 
10670[No caption]Nicholas Garland14 Feb 196710670.jpg 
00958Common Market fog Come on darlings we've got to get out this lot somehowIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197916 April 196200958.jpg 
MW2223"Here he comes now, Harold!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]15 Mar 1966MW2223.jpg 
ILW4090Published caption: First casualtyIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-19792 Jun 1967ILW4090.jpg 
MW2258" .... then, after 1951, came 13 golden years of Tory misrule, you know the rest of the story, son!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]21 Jul 1966MW2258.jpg 
VY1806"Ah, Hugh - so differenct from those black days at Scarborough last year..."Vicky [Victor Weisz]02 Oct 1961VY1806.jpg 
11120"... cry God for Harold, England, and Brother George!"Jak [Raymond Jackson]27 Apr 196711120.jpg 
NG0150"... on the other hand we mustn't make it look as if we think all Privy Councillors should start blabbing about what goes on!"Nicholas Garland08 May 1967NG0150.jpg 
MW2286"No Alice in Wonderland, no Commons T.V. - we'd have nothing to laugh at at all if it wasn't for George Brown!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]26 Nov 1966MW2286.jpg 
07140"Right, George, I'll take the lift and you walk!"Vicky [Victor Weisz]24 May 196507140.jpg 
MW3441"Remember - don't say Hovis just say Brown!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]18 Nov 1965MW3441.jpg 
NG0345"I waited until I could see the whites of their eyes!..."Nicholas Garland11 Mar 1968NG0345.jpg 
06573"Sure it's nothing personal, Patrick!"Vicky [Victor Weisz]22 Jan 196506573.jpg 
11410"Let's forget Nasser - you can try kissing Ian Smith."Norman Mansbridge14 Jun 196711410.jpg 
ILW3704The time has come, the walrus said, to talk of many things of dividends, and profits
tax, and land, and clipping wings.
Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-19794 October 1963ILW3704.jpg 
ILW3970Published caption: Ours?Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197926 Jan 1966ILW3970.jpg 
09081[No caption]Nicholas Garland31 May 196609081.jpg 
06252"Well, brother, I've inherited it from you!"Vicky [Victor Weisz]26 Nov 196406252.jpg 
07041"But Mr. Brown, the union's only looking after it's own interests!"Michael Cummings03 May 196507041.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 
11031"How about changing your name to Engelbert Humperdinck until after the elections?"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]13 Apr 196711031.jpg 
CU0979"Harold, when we've re-fought the Spanish Civil War and the Boar War and the War Against
the American Colonists, do we have to re-fight the Battle of Waterloo?"
Michael Cummings13 Jun 1964CU0979.jpg 
13757'But who on earth would want to shoot ME?'Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]23 Jul 196813757.jpg 
07257Dough TroubleStanley Franklin18 Jun 196507257.jpg 
09795"But his Captain's hand on his shoulder smote - 'Play up! Play up! and play the game!'"Nicholas Garland13 Oct 196609795.jpg 
18175"But, Callaghan, if we can believe my sanctions will smash Smith, and George can get peace in Vietnam single-handed, then we can believe that's a red carpet and a welcoming committee!"Michael Cummings13 Jan 196718175.jpg 
07019[No caption]Vicky [Victor Weisz]27 Apr 196507019.jpg 
MW3245"The Taming of the Shrew"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]28 Feb 1967MW3245.jpg 
11123"And Samson took hold of the two middle pillars upon which the house stood, and on
which it was borne up..."
Nicholas Garland28 Apr 196711123.jpg 
NG0078[No caption] Published caption: "I have spent two years doing what I could to build up its economic strength, which is essential, and I now hope to make use of that in building up policies overseas". - George BrownNicholas Garland17 Aug 1966NG0078.jpg 
CU1124"Dash it! The Emperor Caligula made his horse a Consul, so why shouldn't I make my horse a
Foreign Secretary ..."
Michael Cummings26 Jun 1967CU1124.jpg 
09442Coming in on a wing and a prayer.Stanley Franklin05 Jul 196609442.jpg 
13783Take no notice, Tony, they can't rattle me THAT way ...Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197926 Jul 196813783.jpg 
10640"Put that in your pipe and smoke it!"Nicholas Garland09 Feb 196710640.jpg 
ILW3439[Illingworth Cartoon ILW 3439]Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197920 November 1961ILW3439.jpg 
AH0391The Apotheosis of Alf GarnettArthur Horner(Undated, 1968)AH0391.jpg 
06091Cartoon A: "Si, si, this should liven up the polo in Windsor Park.", Cartoon B: "...PLUS 15% import duty, on the French bits...", Cartoon C: "My doctor says it isn't contagious but I think he may be a Conservative."Keith Waite28 Oct 196406091.jpg 
07875"It's George Brown interviewing Robin Day."
"There goes our trouble-shooter out on strike."
Keith Waite04 Oct 196507875.jpg 
MW2203"Fare do's ... If I had a car, I'd go by train, if I could afford the fare!" "We must be over England again, I just saw another rising price!" "You're all right - you can go to work on an egg!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]11 Dec 1965MW2203.jpg 
11258"Just think! - if HE'D had his way in 1956, I'd probably be in Moscow right now eating caviar and sipping vodka."Sidney William Martin21 May 196711258.jpg 
06593'Right, George - who do we wine and dine tonight?'William Papas14 Jan 196506593.jpg 
00542"Well brothers, this should make our programme REALLY popular on the telly!"Vicky [Victor Weisz]30 Mar 196200542.jpg 
00010'Do you think we should call in the UN?'Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197913 Dec 196100010.jpg 
MW2078[no caption]Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]30 Sep 1964MW2078.jpg 
10703[no caption]William Papas17 Feb 196710703.jpg 
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 
15439First sign of summerEmmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]20 May 196915439.jpg 
CU1082Manager - Whitehall Football Club "In this Club it won't be the manager who'll be
blamed for anything - only the ball."
Michael Cummings08 Oct 1967CU1082.jpg 
07161"If this is the Advanced School of Driving, I'll opt for another '13 years of Tory misrule'"Michael Cummings28 May 196507161.jpg 
05683"Harold, when we've re-fought the Spanish Civil War and the Boar War and the War Against the American Colonists, do we have to re-fight the Battle of Waterloo?"Michael Cummings13 Jun 196405683.jpg 
MW2390"Abominable Snowmen. 'At last - the freeze is beginning to work - George!'"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]09 Dec 1967MW2390.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 
04487Eleventh hour adjustmentsIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197915 Oct 196304487.jpg 
VY2372[No caption]Vicky [Victor Weisz]13 Dec 1963VY2372.jpg 
02051"If I may say so, do you think it's wise to mix with the reds - and by the way, have you
paid your subs?"
Vicky [Victor Weisz]16 Aug 196202051.jpg 
18223"He says he can hear voices!"Nicholas Garland02 May 196718223.jpg 
AH0152[No caption]Arthur Horner19 Aug 1966AH0152.jpg 
ILW4097Published caption: "Well here we are" ... "Yes, where are we?"Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197923 Jun 1967ILW4097.jpg 
06414"Brothers, who says there's no Santa Claus?"Vicky [Victor Weisz]03 Dec 196406414.jpg 
07106[No caption]Vicky [Victor Weisz]17 May 196507106.jpg 
ILW4143No captionIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-19798 Nov 1967ILW4143.jpg 
NG0160"Time is not on our side"Nicholas Garland05 Jun 1967NG0160.jpg 
NG0250"Put that in your pipe and smoke it!"Nicholas Garland09 Feb 1967NG0250.jpg 
NG0038"Oh! we don't want to fight, but by Jingo if we do"Nicholas Garland20 May 1966NG0038.jpg 
10754"There's a back door if you're visiting the PM's dog!" / "You're mine, remember - it's only your three-piece London leek outfit that's' for export." / "Why not try those seasick pills?"Norman Mansbridge24 Feb 196710754.jpg 
CU1058"Ah ... but we British don't like the sight of blood at a bullfight."Michael Cummings08 Oct 1966CU1058.jpg 
06533[no caption]Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]10 Dec 196406533.jpg 
00007"Well, George, we've made it
look like 'Mac's Arms,' but the customers are staying at home."
Vicky [Victor Weisz]13 Nov 196100007.jpg 
12049"You've got it wrong, George - I lead and you follow!"Jak [Raymond Jackson]27 Sep 196712049.jpg 
AH0174[No caption]Arthur Horner14 Apr 1967AH0174.jpg 
ILW3844'Just a minute...'Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197920 Nov 1964ILW3844.jpg 
18188"... and this time we mean business!"Jak [Raymond Jackson]26 Jan 196718188.jpg 
08860"Ah... if it was only '13 years of Tory misrule' to clear up, instead of 17 months of our misrule..."Michael Cummings03 Apr 196608860.jpg 
06786"Golden Eagle? - it looks more like a vulture to me!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]02 Mar 196506786.jpg 
06246"For goodness' sake, Callaghan, get out of that folksy rig - it's the Capitalist vote we're after now!"Michael Cummings27 Nov 196406246.jpg 
ILW4155Published caption: "Why, Mama, you know I wouldn't DREAM of feeding him...."Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197915 Dec 1967ILW4155.jpg 
11913"Good morning! As sanctions have ben a flop, I've been sent by Chairman Wilson to burn down your mission premises."Michael Cummings04 Sep 196711913.jpg 
12260"By an amazing coincidence I've just discovered that I'm a McWilson of the McWilson Clan from Glenmaboggy ..."Michael Cummings06 Nov 196712260.jpg 
CU1013"What! The B.B.C. biased, Mr. Wilson? I suppose you mean biased in favour of Labour...?"Michael Cummings06 Oct 1965CU1013.jpg 
JJ0086Damocles BrownJohn Jensen14 Feb 1965JJ0086.jpg 
10488We hoped you could put us in touch with HIMGerald Scarfe16 Jan 1967 
12168"Nearly there, chaps"Trog [Wally Fawkes]06 Oct 196812168.jpg 
VY2630"Brothers, we're on our way!"Vicky [Victor Weisz]14 Dec 1964VY2630.jpg 
NG0123"Oh well - on with the motley"Nicholas Garland04 Jan 1967NG0123.jpg 
11202"Ah! Hah! - scented notepaper - must be from Duncan Sandys!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]13 May 196711202.jpg 
08116"Fare do's ... If I had a car, I'd go by train, if I could afford the fare!" "We must
be over England again, I just saw another rising price!" "You're all right - you can go to
work on an egg!"
Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]11 Dec 196508116.jpg 
NG0057[No caption]Nicholas Garland05 Jul 1966NG0057.jpg 
09901The Queen turned crimson with fury ... began screaming, "Off with her head? Off with -! Nonsense!" said Alice, very loudly & decidedlyIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197931 Oct 196609901.jpg 
04773"Up to now it all looked so easy"Sidney William Martin08 Dec 196304773.jpg 
10558"The next item on the agenda will be decided over fifteen three-minute rounds!"Jak [Raymond Jackson]27 Jan 196710558.jpg 
11519"They agreed to divide the world between them - and guess which bit we're in?"Jak [Raymond Jackson]27 Jun 196711519.jpg 
NG0148"He says he can hear voices!"Nicholas Garland02 May 1967NG0148.jpg 
MW2274"Does the fashion in men change."Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]13 Sep 1966MW2274.jpg 
10405"Right? I give up smoking - you give up kissing." / "Alf Ramsay gets knighted and I get crowned with an empty beer bottle!" / "Looks to me like a police identikit portrait of a stolen Rembrandt."Norman Mansbridge02 Jan 196710405.jpg 
12206"It is a far, far better thing that I do, than I have ever done ..."Nicholas Garland25 Oct 196712206.jpg 
VY2871[No caption]Vicky [Victor Weisz]05 Nov 1965VY2871.jpg 
VY3475"The caravan is moving forward" - Mr George Brown after the Leicester by-electionVicky [Victor Weisz]18 Jul 1962VY3475.jpg 
NG0093"But his Captain's hand on his shoulder smote - 'Play up! Play up! and play the game!'"Nicholas Garland13 Oct 1966NG0093.jpg 
10299" ... and when you've finished this inquiry start an inquiry into whatever happened to
Lord Mountbatten's inquiry into prison security!"
Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]15 Dec 196610299.jpg 
07141'Why don't they pinch some of ours?'Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197924 May 196507141.jpg 
06358"Either this taxi driver doesn't know his way from Euston to Westminster or he's a dedicated Tory."Michael Cummings11 Nov 196406358.jpg 
VY2758[No caption]Vicky [Victor Weisz]14 Jun 1965VY2758.jpg 
VY2629"If the Chancellor were really to go for gambling and speculation why did he not make his predecessor's capital gains tax effective and make a proper job of the taxation of gambling?" - Mr Harold Wilson, April 3 1963Vicky [Victor Weisz]14 Dec 1964VY2629.jpg 
05252[no caption]Michael Cummings04 Mar 196405252.jpg 
12852"When I was in trouble, I found it very useful to have comedian in my team."Jak [Raymond Jackson]09 Feb 196812852.jpg 
08686"I hate to ask you, Adams - but my husband will want his old clothes back."
"All right, all right! No need to get so hot under the white collar!"
"... and how will you housekeep if you can't change 19s.11 3/4d into cents in 1971?"
Norman Mansbridge04 Mar 196608686.jpg 
10121"You went to the first night, Mum? Gosh - you must be old!" / "Psst! Want a copy of 'Alice in Wonderland'?" / "Pity there isn't a hot line to Britain - their beer's running short."Norman Mansbridge25 Nov 196610121.jpg 
VY2915[No caption]Vicky [Victor Weisz]31 Dec 1965VY2915.jpg 
05126"Say - why don't we swap it for toxic pesticides?" / "She always wanted a space-girl outfit." / "It doesn't look much like the airport to me."Keith Waite05 Feb 196405126.jpg 
10774"Just pretend it's not there George." (A French ghost is said to haunt the British Embassy at the Hague)Nicholas Garland28 Feb 196710774.jpg 
10842"Labour back benchers ... ATTEN ... SHUN!"Jak [Raymond Jackson]10 Mar 196710842.jpg 
CU1079"Careful, Harold - or you'll feel the impact of my disapproval"Michael Cummings02 Oct 1967CU1079.jpg 
MW2118"Golden Eagle? - it looks more like a vulture to me!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]02 Mar 1965MW2118.jpg 
11504Remarkable case of young persons thinking "they can fly" without having taken drugs. NewspaperMichael Cummings30 Jun 196711504.jpg 
10549"If I was made of disposable paper I'd say put it in the shredding machine!" / "He won't hurt you - he's usually stuck to the footpath with used chewing gum." / "You needn't have stood on my shoulders to kiss him on both cheeks!"Norman Mansbridge25 Jan 196710549.jpg 
11174"... on the other hand we mustn't make it look as if we think all Privy Councillors
should start blabbing about what goes on!"
Nicholas Garland08 May 196711174.jpg 
CU1084"By an amazing coincidence I've just discovered that I'm a McWilson of the McWilson Clan
from Glenmaboggy ..."
Michael Cummings06 Nov 1967CU1084.jpg 
MW2136"... Dear Harold, Jim, Sir Aubrey, wish you were here..."Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]22 Apr 1965MW2136.jpg 
ILW3909No captionIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-19794 Jun 1965ILW3909.jpg 
MW2107[no caption]Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]10 Dec 1964MW2107.jpg 
MW0907"The Reluctant Commoner."Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]03 Aug 1961MW0907.jpg 
MW0023[no caption]Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]14 Feb 1957MW0023.jpg 
11277[no caption]Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197924 May 196711277.jpg 
09201"... They were two of ours - but good shooting, Colonel, sir!"Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197917 June 196609201.jpg 
NG0128"I gotta hunch!"Nicholas Garland20 Jan 1967NG0128.jpg 
NG0210[No caption]Nicholas Garland22 Dec 1966NG0210.jpg 
00248Victory for the Platform.Norman Mansbridge08 Oct 196100248.jpg 
WP0212"Can't you see we're enjoying ourselves?"William Papas08 Oct 1966WP0212.jpg 
ILW3702The road from Scarborough... for a maestro fence-sitterIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197930 Sep 1963ILW3702.jpg 
08705"There was I, waiting at the church ..."Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]10 Mar 196608705.jpg 
12798"Had any obscene thoughts lately, Jim?"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]23 Nov 196712798.jpg 
VY2671Vicky's long-range weather forecast for the next 100 daysVicky [Victor Weisz]15 Feb 1965VY2671.jpg 
CU1088"Nero's going too far! Not only no bread, but soon no circuses either!"Michael Cummings22 Nov 1967CU1088.jpg 
LSE9065For the holiday outingDavid Low (1891-1963)18 Apr 1962LSE9065.jpg 
LSE5495Coventry Road.David Low (1891-1963)23 Mar 1956LSE5495.jpg 
MW2115A"Got anything on St. Helena?"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]23 Jan 1965MW2115A.jpg 
VY2863Semi-detachedVicky [Victor Weisz]27 Oct 1965VY2863.jpg 
ILW3151[no caption]Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-19791 June 1960ILW3151.jpg 
MW2159BPublished captions:- "One very wet day at Portsmouth this year / A man was espied at the end of a pier / Was he persecuted, a poor spurned lover? / No only a wobegone fraternal brother." "I struck a ball into the air / It fell to ground I know not where / I searched and searched but all in vain / What heartless nit thought up this game?"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]08 Jul 1965MW2159B.jpg 
VY2590"He keeps saying his former doctors told him there's nothing wrong with him..."Vicky [Victor Weisz]26 Oct 1964VY2590.jpg 
MW2324"I don't think we'll win Brierley Hill either."Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]25 Apr 1967MW2324.jpg 
15703'Damned gipsies'Jon [William John Philpin Jones]04 Jun 196915703.jpg 
06334 "You've never had it so good!", Cartoon B: "How much do you reckon sixpence on the price of petrol will put on the price of petrol?", Cartoon C: no captionKeith Waite13 Nov 196406334.jpg 
02364"Makes a change from HIM pinching OUR clothes..."Vicky [Victor Weisz]14 Dec 196202364.jpg 
11217Don't just stand thereIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197929 September 196711217.jpg 
09558"A touch of the Blarney'Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]18 Aug 196609558.jpg 
12166"...we will not shrink from unpopular policies..." "...so long as they are not unpopular
with President Johnson!..."
Nicholas Garland05 Oct 196712166.jpg 
WP0204[no caption]William Papas05 Oct 1967WP0204.jpg 
06566"Got anything on St. Helena?"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]23 Jan 196506566.jpg 
11259"Fashions from Russia? Imagine us dressing like Slav peasants!" / "The prices dropped from thirty quid to fifty bob before you could say 'Psst!'"Norman Mansbridge22 May 196711259.jpg 
NG0067[No caption]Nicholas Garland22 Jul 1966NG0067.jpg 
NG0091"Thinks"Nicholas Garland11 Oct 1966NG0091.jpg 
11136"I've always admired Macmillan - but this is really going too far"Nicholas Garland01 May 196711136.jpg 
10360"Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year from Garland"Nicholas Garland24 Dec 196610360.jpg 
10210[No caption]John Jensen04 Dec 196610210.jpg 
MW3404"And if you promise not to promise 3 p.c. mortgages again, George, I'll promise not to make promises!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]1966MW3404.jpg 
10238"You must admit that as a battle-cry 'mandatory selective sanctions' isn't in the 'blood sweat and tears' class."Francis Whitford06 Dec 196610238.jpg 
10590"You can leave out the hounds - I'm anti-blood sport." / "I know. Don't tell me. Millwall lost." / What d'you mean, I'm funnier on political broadcasts than you'll be on the Frost programme?"Norman Mansbridge02 Feb 196710590.jpg 
10552"Did you HAVE to kiss him goodbye?"Jon [William John Philpin Jones]26 Jan 196710552.jpg 
00190Never a BrideIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197910 Nov 196100190.jpg 
16847"Hurry up with Vietnam, we want to discuss Biafra with him."Mac [Stan McMurtry]09 Dec 196916847.jpg 
10612No captionIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-19796 February 196710612.jpg 
10635"Make the foreign gentleman laugh."Jon [William John Philpin Jones]09 Feb 196710635.jpg 
10525"I gotta hunch!"Nicholas Garland20 Jan 196710525.jpg 
NG0003"'I was talking to Christopher Robin', said Piglet, fidgeting a bit, 'and he said that
a Kanga was Generally Regarded as one of the Fiercer Animals. In which case "Aha!" is
perhaps a foolish thing to say."
Nicholas Garland14 Mar 1966NG0003.jpg 
11137"And the prevalence of racial discrimination here should prove to the Six that we are, indeed, true Europeans."John Bernard Handelsman01 May 196711137.jpg 
07212" ... Ah well! Back to Norm."Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]09 Jun 196507212.jpg 
NG0062The boy stood on the burning deck / Whence all but he had fled ...Nicholas Garland14 Jul 1966NG0062.jpg 
LSE8755Muted trumpetsDavid Low (1891-1963)14 Jul 1961LSE8755.jpg 
NG0330"But if we are so fit - why do people keep telling us to resign?"Nicholas Garland24 Jan 1968NG0330.jpg 
20041"Et tu, Richard?"Jak [Raymond Jackson]07 Apr 197120041.jpg 
NG0302[No caption]Nicholas Garland19 Dec 1967NG0302.jpg 
MW2304"Ulysses."Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]23 Feb 1967MW2304.jpg 
LSE8683Scarborough day-dreamDavid Low (1891-1963)04 Oct 1960LSE8683.jpg 
NG0670"Easter eggs"Nicholas Garland08 Apr 1971NG0670.jpg 
16584"I'm worried boss! - They're investigating the Islington mob. What if they start checking on the rest of us?"Mac [Stan McMurtry]03 Nov 196916584.jpg 
01060"Peanut!"Vicky [Victor Weisz]23 May 196201060.jpg 
LSE9123Market specialDavid Low (1891-1963)18 Sep 1962LSE9123.jpg 
10413"Oh well - on with the motley"Nicholas Garland04 Jan 196710413.jpg 
NG0213"At 6-8 wks - Baby begins to make noises as well as smile..."Nicholas Garland27 Sep 1966NG0213.jpg 
12306[no caption]Nicholas Garland14 Nov 196712306.jpg 
VY2691Suddenly it's springVicky [Victor Weisz]12 Mar 1965VY2691.jpg 
10532"Strange! That's the ninth ace he's played this hand!"Francis Whitford23 Jan 196710532.jpg 
VY2743"Right, George, I'll take the lift and you walk!"Vicky [Victor Weisz]24 May 1965VY2743.jpg 
12790[No caption]Nicholas Garland19 Dec 196712790.jpg 
AH0181Enter Brown of ArabiaArthur Horner23 Jun 1967AH0181.jpg 
VY2883"Tut, Tut, Someone's written a five-letter word!"Vicky [Victor Weisz]18 Nov 1965VY2883.jpg 
VY1840"Well, George, we've made it look like 'Mac's Arms', but the customers are going to Jo's coffee bar"Vicky [Victor Weisz]13 Nov 1961VY1840.jpg 
VY2315"Ah, remember those old battles back in '54 and '60...?"Vicky [Victor Weisz]01 Oct 1963VY2315.jpg 
VY2720[No caption]Vicky [Victor Weisz]27 Apr 1965VY2720.jpg 
VY2624"Hello, Harold - yes, baby's taking good care of me!"Vicky [Victor Weisz]07 Dec 1964VY2624.jpg 
12669Emergency Ward When "Hey! I thought the operation was urgent?"Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197919 Jan 196812669.jpg 
VY2689"He says it all came on quite suddenly!"Vicky [Victor Weisz]10 Mar 1965VY2689.jpg 
08029"Of course it'll taste all right!"Vicky [Victor Weisz]26 Nov 196508029.jpg 
06600.... seven, six, five, four, three .....Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197913 Jan 196506600.jpg 
06725"Frankly, George, if there was anywhere I could take my overdraft, I'd take it"Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197922 February 196506725.jpg 
07209[no caption]Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-19798 Jun 196507209.jpg 
11388"O.K. George, point me at the rebels!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]10 Jun 196711388.jpg 
ILW4158Published caption: Man of the yearIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197927 December 1967ILW4158.jpg 
10663"We will not hesitate to take unpopular measures"Nicholas Garland13 Feb 196710663.jpg 
VY1701The Last of the MohicansVicky [Victor Weisz]03 Oct 1960VY1701.jpg 
VY2621"Brothers, who says there's no Santa Claus?"Vicky [Victor Weisz]03 Dec 1964VY2621.jpg 
MW2026[no caption]Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]05 Mar 1964MW2026.jpg 
06445"This'll get the old shop out of the red, George"Vicky [Victor Weisz]30 Dec 196406445.jpg 
NM0010"I DO wish you'd stop reciting 'The Smith a mighty man is he'!"Norman Mansbridge20 Sep 1966NM0010.jpg 
10051Miss Dropta Brick / International party-goer and wit. Voted "Funny" of the Year at the U.N. Languages: Mostly bad. Ambition: To be Foreign Minister. / Miss Frozen Economy / Vital statistics: zero-zero-zero. Only in it for the money. Ambition: to give everybody a big squeeze. / Miss Time and Tide Gritty down to earth no-nonsense contender. Likes sailing close to the wind, men in black ties and cliches. Ambition; To be Miss Europe.Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]17 Nov 196610051.jpg 
VY2081"Makes a change from HIM pinching OUR clothes..."Vicky [Victor Weisz]14 Dec 1962VY2081.jpg 
NG0239"We will not hesitate to take unpopular measures"Nicholas Garland13 Feb 1967NG0239.jpg 
07100"I feel proper browned off, Brother!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]15 May 196507100.jpg 
18312"Lucky we insured heavily against losing." / "There's another couple in the nude - I'll just finish a few more reels then we'll report them." / "Hee! Hee! Can you just see Harold's face? - OK. We'll put the Springbok cricket tour on as well."Mac [Stan McMurtry]27 Jun 197018312.jpg 
NG0186"Well he's the best twister we've got ..." (Published caption: "How dare you call me a twister!"Nicholas Garland24 Nov 1967NG0186.jpg 
MW2289" ... and when you've finished this inquiry start an inquiry into whatever happened to
Lord Mountbatten's inquiry into prison security!"
Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]15 Dec 1966MW2289.jpg 
NG0204"It's a pity to leave before the end but we'd better get back to the office!"Nicholas Garland09 Jun 1967NG0204.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 
VY2314"... as change thus circulates throughout the nation, some plays may justly call for
alteration" - from Sheridan's 'A trip to Scarborough'
Vicky [Victor Weisz]03 Oct 1963VY2314.jpg 
08703"Two's company - three's a clique!"
"YOU don't need contact lenses - you need a haircut!"
"Tell the constituencies there's NOTHING Ted Heath can do that I can't do!"
Norman Mansbridge15 Mar 196608703.jpg 
18210"Ulysses."Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]23 Feb 196718210.jpg 
LSE9078Jonah busDavid Low (1891-1963)22 May 1962LSE9078.jpg 
09244"At six foot six you might say De Gaulle's got more than a head start to the moon!" / "But Matron, surely you can tell the difference between a wolf whistle and a two-tone horn?" / "Come on - pretend I'm attacking your Incomes Policy and you're defending it."Norman Mansbridge24 Jun 196609244.jpg 
18180"Of course we are serious - we're not just doing it for the giggle, are we, Georgie?"Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197923 Jan 196718180.jpg 
07883 Care to merge?, Cartoon B: no caption, Cartoon C: Phew! Glug-a-lug reprieved!, Cartoon D: 'Just the man we need, Sarge - got the flattest feet in the division!'Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]02 Oct 196507883.jpg 
06005The Wilson Peke and Brown Brother-Hound. Bad attack of Over Confidence followed by Fallen Polls, The Woodcocker Spaniel, Rookes Ailment seriously threatens power to strike, The Jo Griffond Ingrowing Liberalism. Can the breed be saved?, The Sandys Setter Worried by Smith's Bug (or the S. Rhodesian Itch for Independence)Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197901 Sep 196406005.jpg 
VY2126"Poor old labour party! What they want is a Salisbury to democratically PICK their leader, eh, Rab.."Vicky [Victor Weisz]28 Jan 1963VY2126.jpg 
MW2287"As I thought, dear boy, - hot air!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]29 Nov 1966MW2287.jpg 
MW2206Published caption: "Cheer up George, if the bakers go on strike for more pay, there won't be any bead to go up in price!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]13 Jan 1966MW2206.jpg 
MW2219"Election Early Warning Signs" "Well why has he just bought a new Gannex mac?" "I just want them scraped and polished." "Bet you your first #500 fine it's March 31st!" "I'm sending you on a goodwill visit to Vietnam until April the First, George!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]26 Feb 1966MW2219.jpg 
MW2342"Don't you think it's high time you gave the cartoonists' a pragmatic talking to, Harold?"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]22 Jun 1967MW2342.jpg 
WF0328"Nearly there, chaps"Trog [Wally Fawkes]06 Oct 1968WF0328.jpg 
ILW4213Take no notice, Tony, they can't rattle me THAT way ...Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197926 Jul 1968ILW4213.jpg 
CU1098"But, Callaghan, if we can believe my sanctions will smash Smith, and George can get peace
in Vietnam single-handed, then we can believe that's a red carpet and a welcoming committee!"
Michael Cummings13 Jan 1967CU1098.jpg 
AH0198Government denies change in approach in EECArthur Horner03 Nov 1967AH0198.jpg 
07994"Tut, Tut, Someone's written a five-letter word!"Vicky [Victor Weisz]18 Nov 196507994.jpg 
11011"Look George - one silly horse can bring the whole lot down!"Nicholas Garland10 Apr 196711011.jpg 
VY2598[No caption]Vicky [Victor Weisz]06 Nov 1964VY2598.jpg 
11260Help, Police!Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197922 May 196711260.jpg 
06746[No caption]Vicky [Victor Weisz]17 Feb 196506746.jpg 
09542"Oh Brother...!"Nicholas Garland12 Aug 196609542.jpg 
08336ShuntedIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197921 Jan 196608336.jpg 
11996No captionIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197911 March 196611996.jpg 
05990[no caption]Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]30 Sep 196405990.jpg 
12642"But if we are so fit - why do people keep telling us to resign?"Nicholas Garland24 Jan 196812642.jpg 
10415"Make an appointment, George"Stanley Franklin05 Jan 196710415.jpg 
06838Suddenly it's springVicky [Victor Weisz]12 Mar 196506838.jpg 
07611St. George (Brown) and the dragon (Brighton, 1965)Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197906 Sep 196507611.jpg 
13947"I had to tone it down, Harold - it would have provided annumition for our enemies"John Jensen29 Sep 196813947.jpg 
07030Hold it!Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197930 April 196507030.jpg 
07783"This should suit you gentlemen, only two pedals, stop and go!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]21 Oct 196507783.jpg 
06654One swallowIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197915 Jan 196506654.jpg 
06745[no caption]Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197917 February 196506745.jpg 
13169It's a livingIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-19791 April 196813169.jpg 
11924[no caption]Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]07 Sep 196711924.jpg 
07465[no caption]Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197930 Jul 196507465.jpg 
12788"Abominable Snowmen. 'At last - the freeze is beginning to work - George!'"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]09 Dec 196712788.jpg 
12162"We are not amused!"Nicholas Garland04 Oct 196712162.jpg 
18192[No caption]Nicholas Garland26 Jan 196718192.jpg 
07075The contortionistIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197910 May 196507075.jpg 
18154"Tell me more about your economic successes M'sieu."Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]13 Aug 196618154.jpg 
07449"Worrying, isn't it!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]27 Jul 196507449.jpg 
ILW3925[no caption]Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197930 Jul 1965ILW3925.jpg 
08466[no caption]Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197911 Feb 196608466.jpg 
12803"At 6-8 wks - Baby begins to make noises as well as smile..."Nicholas Garland27 Sep 196612803.jpg 
11264"Curses - foiled again!"Nicholas Garland22 May 196711264.jpg 
09556[No caption] Published caption: "I have spent two years doing what I could to build up its
economic strength, which is essential, and I now hope to make use of that in building up policies
overseas". - George Brown
Nicholas Garland17 Aug 196609556.jpg 
09634"Why don't we take Michael's advice and complain to somebody?"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]15 Sep 196609634.jpg 
07716'A snag, Harold - our track shoes have the spikes inside...'Stanley Franklin28 Sep 196507716.jpg 
06121The Triumph Harold - the Little Car with the Big Pull.Glan Williams25 Oct 196406121.jpg 
09334"No Government can be long secure without a formidable opposition (Disraeli)"Nicholas Garland12 Jul 196609334.jpg 
09383"It's the new 'fashion / thing / trend'- sort of 40s austerity look!"Nicholas Garland21 Jul 196609383.jpg 
16250"Now then George - I said A Job - not THE job!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]11 Sep 196916250.jpg 
CU1102What does it matter if Bomber Thorpe is a buffoon - he's not on the bridge!"Michael Cummings22 Jan 1967CU1102.jpg 
09617"Does the fashion in men change."Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]13 Sep 196609617.jpg 
06308"Bring on the port wine and overipe pheasant, Butler."Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]18 Nov 196406308.jpg 
07013"Our Norm says:- 'Just another pipe dream!'"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]27 Apr 196507013.jpg 
09398"Gent in the next bar sends his compliments, and would you care to join him in a small gin
and gripewater?!"
Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]23 Jul 196609398.jpg 
09353"Cancel my Russian trip George, I'm going on a whistle stop tour of Wales!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]16 Jul 196609353.jpg 
10138"No Alice in Wonderland, no Commons T.V. - we'd have nothing to laugh at at all if it
wasn't for George Brown!"
Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]26 Nov 196610138.jpg 
11896"We MIGHT look ridiculous, George, but come winter we'll need all the love, understanding
and happy happenings we can get!"
Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]02 Sep 196711896.jpg 
12786"It'll blow over George, remember when you said 31/2% mortgages - that was soon forgotten!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]06 Aug 196612786.jpg 
01736Another solo atlantic crossingVicky [Victor Weisz]06 Jul 196201736.jpg 
WP0131Have you got a compass?William Papas29 Nov 1967WP0131.jpg 
09391[No caption]Nicholas Garland22 Jul 196609391.jpg 
11212"I guess our special relationship's o.k. Mac. - he just kissed me goodbye!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]28 Sep 196711212.jpg 
16690"As U were saying ..."
"It doesn't really matter what u say - nobody believes u anyway."
"It's not what u say it's the way that u say it."
"Whatever I say u always laugh."
"Actually it's
not what I say -- it's the way that I say it."
Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]18 Nov 196916690.jpg 
11352"Time is not on our side"Nicholas Garland05 Jun 196711352.jpg 
18201[no caption]Stanley Franklin31 Jan 196718201.jpg 
13083"My God! he's only got a 15,000 majority"Nicholas Garland29 Mar 196813083.jpg 
12966"Time to go walkies!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]20 Feb 196812966.jpg 
06723[No caption]Vicky [Victor Weisz]22 Feb 196506723.jpg 
09523"Shuffle, purge, what's the difference - I say it's a bit suspicious"Nicholas Garland09 Aug 196609523.jpg 
10683'I'll be wearing this one when we discuss the Rhine Army costs ..'Stanley Franklin15 Feb 196710683.jpg 
WP0031[no caption]William Papas16 May 1967WP0031.jpg 
04730"This is a party political broadcast on behalf of the Conservative - er sorry - Labour
Party..."
Vicky [Victor Weisz]29 Nov 196304730.jpg 
11472"He's only stunned. All he needs is rest - and a little warning next time you adopt one of his policies!"Nicholas Garland21 Jun 196711472.jpg 
01621"The caravan is moving forward" - Mr George Brown after the Leicester by-electionVicky [Victor Weisz]18 Jul 196201621.jpg 
16373"...in fact any day now we shall all be paying Wealth Tax."Keith Waite29 Sep 196916373.jpg 
11250Making peace [it is believed in London diplomatic circles that the Foreign Secretary will
make use of his Moscow visit to put forward a new British initiative for peace in Vietnam]
Arthur Horner19 May 196711250.jpg 
13077"Sign of Spring"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]28 Mar 196813077.jpg 
MW2346"Waiting for the big boom."Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]07 Jul 1967MW2346.jpg 
CU1012"Don't need the Liberals, George! Better, maybe, to have a tiny majority ALWAYS!"Michael Cummings29 Sep 1965CU1012.jpg 
12271[no caption]Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-19798 Nov 196712271.jpg 
12377The scapegoat - "Me, sir...?"Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-19791 Nov 196712377.jpg 
15404"Psst! - Wanna buy a knife?"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]15 May 196915404.jpg 
18196"Trust Grandpa! What's wrong with Blackpool? he says"Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197930 Jan 196718196.jpg 
18216Dark Horse. "Hup!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]08 Apr 196718216.jpg 
15559'Better change it to TORY men - OUR abbreviation don't look too good ..'Stanley Franklin12 Nov 196315559.jpg 
VY2911[No caption]Vicky [Victor Weisz]17 Dec 1965VY2911.jpg 
VY3036"Now we've made it absolutely clear where we stand..."Vicky [Victor Weisz]24 Feb 1961VY3036.jpg 
13016"Just be very patient with him - it may take a little time to work it right out of his system..."David Myers20 Mar 196813016.jpg 
NG0139"Oh, well - nous ne passerons pas - I suppose!"Nicholas Garland07 Mar 1967NG0139.jpg 
13670The ones that got away.Kenneth Mahood02 Jul 196813670.jpg 
12467[no caption]Edward McLachlan10 Dec 196712467.jpg 
VY1838"Wonderful, Hugh, now give us another one of your inspiring clarion calls...!Vicky [Victor Weisz]08 Nov 1961VY1838.jpg 
NG0208"'Knife edge - two piece' by Henry Moore, unveiled this week" Published caption: "Knife
edge - two piece" by Henry Moore.
Nicholas Garland03 Nov 1967NG0208.jpg 
21310'This one's easier, Roy.'Bernard Cookson06 Oct 197121310.jpg 
18346"I knew all along, if Harold couldn't arrange a peerage he'd fix me up with something!"Bernard Cookson03 Aug 197018346.jpg 
10591"Who planted Manny Shinwell in the audience?"Stanley Franklin02 Feb 196710591.jpg 
VY2781"Good morning, Pooh Bear," said Eeyore gloomily. "If it is a good morning," he
said, "which I doubt," said he - Winnie the Pooh
Vicky [Victor Weisz]07 Jul 1965VY2781.jpg 
09644"A 'racialist' to the Zambians, a 'traitor' to the unions, a 'reactionary' to the Left - it looks as if he's succeeding in becoming all things to all men."Kenneth Mahood16 Sep 196609644.jpg 
12348'This little chap's ideas are good ..'Stanley Franklin21 Nov 196712348.jpg 
WP0113Quiet, Bowden, quiet.William Papas29 Sep 1966WP0113.jpg 
VY3062"... and, if there were some causes that youth cared about - as there were in the thirties ..."Vicky [Victor Weisz]19 Aug 1936 - 25 Feb 1966VY3062.jpg 
WP0100[no caption]William Papas17 Feb 1967WP0100.jpg 
VY2829[No caption]Vicky [Victor Weisz]16 Sep 1965VY2829.jpg 
VY1773A"Discipline must be maintained" - From 'Bleak House'Vicky [Victor Weisz]24 Mar 1961VY1773A.jpg 
JJ0132[No caption]John Jensen01 Jan 1967JJ0132.jpg 
17008"Dunno Ahmed - could be a revival of Lawrence of Arabia with a new leading man!"Bernard Cookson06 Jan 197017008.jpg 
06970Bees in the Brown bonnetStanley Franklin15 Apr 196506970.jpg 
11279"We'll eat here in case you have to nip back quickly to handle the Middle East crisis again."Stanley Franklin24 May 196711279.jpg 
VY2834"A child's guide to economics - continued"Vicky [Victor Weisz]20 Sep 1965VY2834.jpg 
VY2846"Isn't this overdoing it a bit, Jim?"Vicky [Victor Weisz]05 Oct 1965VY2846.jpg 
16841"It's possibly something to do with pollution."Keith Waite09 Dec 196916841.jpg 
10489They came at a delicate plain, called Ease, Where they went with much content.. / Near
.. was a castle, called Doubting-Castle, the owner whereof was Giant Despair. - Pilgrims
Progress.
Stanley Franklin16 Jan 196710489.jpg 
10638'Nice weather we're having ..'Stanley Franklin09 Feb 196710638.jpg 
12058"Brothers, we have decided to have a week of trancendental meditation."Stanley Franklin02 Oct 196712058.jpg 
11263"And I must have been crazy wanting to be Foreign Secretary."Stanley Franklin22 May 196711263.jpg 
13180Census of London birdsStanley Franklin04 Apr 196813180.jpg 
10105"O.K. On the count of three, Blake, poke your head out!"David Myers22 Nov 196610105.jpg 
13085"We shall fight on the beaches, we shall never surrender!"Jak [Raymond Jackson]29 Mar 196713085.jpg 
RS0089I say I say I sayRalph Steadman14 Oct 1970RS0089.jpg 
13088"Gave mine the old heave-ho, too at Aintree yesterday ..." / "Nasty one from MY missus - 'Nice work: our gas bill's up 2s. 4d.'" / Wish George wouldn't make matters worse by flashing his ddddeputy badge at Harold." / "Take no notice. He's just daring us to test the thickness of his tyres."David Langdon31 Mar 196813088.jpg 
16406[no caption]Edward McLachlan05 Oct 196916406.jpg 
AH0160[No caption]Arthur Horner18 Nov 1966AH0160.jpg 
11037"This'll cheer you up, Harold - Today's the 13th"David Myers13 Apr 196711037.jpg 
18156[no caption]Kenneth Mahood25 Oct 196618156.jpg 
15427"Don't know if you're interested Jim, but Gordon Walker, Ray Gunter and I have formed a
Lonely Hearts Club." / "They SAY it's good for you." / "Just having a word with the Man of
the Match, dear."
David Langdon18 May 196915427.jpg 
12394"The Blind Men" (after Brueghel)Nicholas Garland20 Nov 196712394.jpg 
NG0066"It's the new 'fashion / thing / trend'- sort of 40s austerity look!"Nicholas Garland21 Jul 1966NG0066.jpg 
00253"Excuse me, luv, this is a 'Change Partners' dance..."Stanley Franklin03 Oct 196100253.jpg 
10773"We haven't enough houses West of Suez, that's why we must stay East of Suez." / "I was a drug squad sniffer dog. How did you get hooked?"Keith Waite28 Feb 196710773.jpg 
MW2187[no caption]Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]02 Nov 1965MW2187.jpg 
12239"There shouldn't be this amount of wash from an 'off the record' dropped brick".Kenneth Mahood31 Oct 196712239.jpg 
JJ1438[no caption]John Jensen09 Aug 1970JJ1438.jpg 
12118"Oh, oh! It looks as if we've been blown off course again!"Nicholas Garland13 Oct 196712118.jpg 
RS0115[no caption]Ralph Steadman20 Jun 1970RS0115.jpg 
LA0061ACan't say the dinner party invites are coming in thick and fast, George..."David Langdon22 Jan 1970LA0061A.jpg 
VY2628[No caption]Vicky [Victor Weisz]11 Dec 1964VY2628.jpg 
07759[no caption]Michael Cummings27 Oct 196507759.jpg 
67010[no caption]Vicky [Victor Weisz]16 Dec 196367010.jpg 
RS0057Jesus wept. St John [11:35] Ralph Steadman1960'sRS0057.jpg 
09586[no caption]Michael Cummings04 Sep 196609586.jpg 
18158'If it's a success we'll install engines'William Papas08 Nov 196618158.jpg 
RSN0781A germ of the type it is believed was responsible for the death of the Labour Party. Ralph Steadman15 March 1968RSN0781.jpg 
RS0213[No Caption] Ralph Steadman1960'sRS0213.jpg 
RS0095[No Caption] Ralph Steadman1964RS0095.jpg 
RS0031[No Caption] Ralph Steadman1960sRS0031.jpg 
RSN0329[No Caption] Ralph SteadmanUndatedRSN0329.jpg 
RSN0386[No Caption] Ralph Steadman23 December 1966RSN0386.jpg 
RS0044A new Picasso at No 10.
Published Caption: Social Life at Number Ten - New Picasso Engraving
Ralph Steadman13 Mar 1970RS0044.jpg 
RSN0783[No Caption] Ralph Steadman02 Aug 1968RSN0783.jpg 
RS0105Ten Lords a LeapingRalph Steadman05 January 1971RS0105.jpg 
09662"Winning the battle for men's minds is easy when you don't have the responsibility for their stomachs."Kenneth Mahood20 Sep 196609662.jpg 
RSN0693[No Caption] Ralph SteadmanUndatedRSN0693.jpg 
10759"I wonder, could you refresh my memory, Harold .... Who is it sanctions are aimed at?"Sidney William Martin26 Feb 196710759.jpg 
13002"You're wrong, Roy, it's sitting right next to me"Stanley Franklin28 Mar 196813002.jpg 
10536"Play it cool man, real cool." / "Packet of fags, please ..." / "Anyway, its better than a fine or suspension." / "And what, sir, are YOUR views on the Monopolies Commission inquiry into barbers' prices?David Langdon22 Jan 196710536.jpg 
15104"Can I offer you political asylum, Mr. Wilson?"Michael Cummings31 Mar 196915104.jpg 
07563"If only, Mr. Heath, you would come back from holiday and tell us what recipe to cook next..."Michael Cummings23 Aug 196507563.jpg 
05629[no caption]Vicky [Victor Weisz]24 Jun 196405629.jpg 
18179"... which one will the fountain bless?"Jak [Raymond Jackson]17 Jan 196718179.jpg 
09188"Our foreign backers are beginning to demand we fit it with an engine, George."Kenneth Mahood15 Jun 196609188.jpg 
12942"It doesn't seem to respond to either."Kenneth Mahood22 Feb 196812942.jpg 
05473"Now watch it - between you and me we could have a Liberal Government"William Papas26 May 196405473.jpg 
12529"Fire a few more ineffective shots to show we mean business."Kenneth Mahood21 Dec 196712529.jpg 
07320"Hey, George - we're not the only ones with our barrel of fun"William Papas01 Jul 196507320.jpg 
76363Sisyphus...Morten Morland18 Sep 200776363.jpg 
12379[no caption]William Papas30 Nov 196712379.jpg 
07228"You only imagine you're uncomfortable because the untruthful press told you so."Michael Cummings14 Jun 196507228.jpg 
06777'Okay, buddies, sing after me....'William Papas11 Feb 196506777.jpg 
04836"Oo - someone's written a naughty word - but I didn't do it!"Michael Cummings15 Jan 196404836.jpg 
12794"Nothing except a battle lost can be half so melancholy as a battle won."Kenneth Mahood19 Dec 196712794.jpg 
06114"O.K, George - your turn next, Jim..."Stanley Franklin28 Oct 196406114.jpg 
07459"Splendid news, ladies and gentlemen! The Captain's done so well he's decided to stay on for another two years."Michael Cummings31 Jul 196507459.jpg 
00252UniteEccles [Frank Brown]06 Oct 196100252.jpg 
06345"Not that kind of corporation tax, George."Jon [William John Philpin Jones]12 Nov 196406345.jpg 
12170Manager - Whitehall Football Club
"In this Club it won't be the manager who'll be blamed for anything - only the ball."
Michael Cummings08 Oct 196712170.jpg 
11990"I wish to heaven I could be e one-man-band!"Michael Cummings30 Sep 196411990.jpg 
10401"No, this is not for the next honours list." / "Where were you on the night of December 30th?" / "Doesn't look hopeful - I see President Johnson has welcomed it."Keith Waite02 Jan 196710401.jpg 
06279Stormy weatherStanley Franklin23 Nov 196406279.jpg 
11987"Next time, take someone we don't mind you having - Gordon Walker for instance."Stanley Franklin19 Sep 196711987.jpg 
18163"I am still interested in marriage but is he still only interested in divorce?"Kenneth Mahood11 Nov 196618163.jpg 
ILW4458[no caption]Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197930 Jul 1965ILW4458.jpg 
KW0015"...in fact any day now we shall all be paying Wealth Tax."Keith Waite29 Sep 1969KW0015.jpg 
09716Quiet, Bowden, quiet.William Papas29 Sep 196609716.jpg 
11305"At least, in TODAY'S showdown with Nasser, we shan't be stabbed in the back by the Americans or the British Socialist Party."Michael Cummings28 May 196711305.jpg 
12584"The trouble is, it seems to be neither a white elephant nor a sacred cow but something in between."Kenneth Mahood04 Jan 196812584.jpg 
08635"The Ministry of Technology is one of the great mysteries of Whitehall. No one knows what it does, if anything" (Mr. Charles Curran).Nicholas Garland24 Mar 196608635.jpg 
09190"... no more apologies, gentlemen! Because, as of now, I'm the only one with a licence to talk."Michael Cummings29 Jun 196609190.jpg 
MW2198"No! - I don't want one for Christmas, I KNOW what EVERBODY'S saying about me!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]30 Nov 1965MW2198.jpg 
09736"But, dearly beloved, your Archbishop is only asking you to believe in heresy!"Michael Cummings03 Oct 196609736.jpg 
VY2912[No caption]Vicky [Victor Weisz]20 Dec 1965VY2912.jpg 
MW2593"Eeyore, the old grey donkey, stood by the side of the stream, and looked at himself in
the water 'pathetic', he said 'that's what it is, pathetic.'"
Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]11 Dec 1969MW2593.jpg 
07077"When I use a word" Humpty Dumpty said in a rather scornful tone, "it means just what I
choose it to mean - neither more nor less."
Vicky [Victor Weisz]10 May 196507077.jpg 
ILW4450I've got it! Let's offer famine relief to the moon!Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197907 Feb 1966ILW4450.jpg 
ILW4012Published caption: 'Sit still, and you shallknow what driving really is, for you are in the hands of the famous, the skillful, the entirely fearless Toad! With acknoledgement to Kenneth GrahamIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197912 August 1966ILW4012.jpg 
04922The girl in the cupboardIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197929 Jan 196404922.jpg 
07105The crafty, - the clever, - the energetic, - the statesmanlike, - the punctured Mr. WilsonIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197917 May 196507105.jpg 
07576"I've got it! It's a workers' plot to bring down the Government because they think we're Tories!"Michael Cummings27 Aug 196507576.jpg 
MW2174[no caption]Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]16 Sep 1965MW2174.jpg 
MW2425"Sign of Spring"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]28 Mar 1968MW2425.jpg 
06588Life or death of a salesmanVicky [Victor Weisz]15 Jan 196506588.jpg 
13785"Good heavens! Harold's already started to hit back!"Michael Cummings26 Jul 196813785.jpg 
07240"Gentlemen, I'd like you all to make a little sacrifice in order that I can improve the Cabinet's popular image."Michael Cummings16 Jun 196507240.jpg 
18204"We are going into Europe at a hell of a pace ...er, backwards!"Michael Cummings17 Feb 196718204.jpg 
09715"If only those Liberals gave a driving demonstration every week, people would start to appreciate my deft handling and sureness of touch."Michael Cummings28 Sep 196609715.jpg 
MW2293"My awards for 1966. For George Brown - a bumper gag book with gag. For Harold Wilson A 'Do-it-yourself dynamic, redundant kit. Fir Jim Callaghan a bottle of anti-freeze. For Ted Heath - a new image."Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]Dec 1966(?)MW2293.jpg 
09768A victory for the leadershipArthur Horner07 Oct 196609768.jpg 
MW2288"As our pragmatic Prime Minister pointed out, a year ago, it'll all be over in a matter of weeks!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]08 Dec 1966MW2288.jpg 
MW3417First Sign of SummerEmmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]20 May 1969MW3417.jpg 
09133"Lucky lad! I wish I could pass mine!"Michael Cummings03 Jun 196609133.jpg 
16377"I'm not taking a chance on any of you rocking this boat again!"Jak [Raymond Jackson]30 Sep 196916377.jpg 
NG0372"'The most important objective of my foreign policy is just to be able to go down to Victoria Station and take a ticket to where the hell I like without a passport". (Ernest Bevin)"Nicholas Garland17 May 1968NG0372.jpg 
10684"Lovely flight, perfect landing - then I get trampled on by Monkee fans!" / "Better come quietly or I'll turn you over to the Army." / "Get LBJ on the hot line - I may want political asylum."Norman Mansbridge15 Feb 196710684.jpg 
VY1339Christmas Eve at TurnstileVicky [Victor Weisz]27 Dec 1958VY1339.jpg 
09354[no caption]Michael Cummings16 Jul 196609354.jpg 
13170"They were sold out" / "It's from Hanoi - 'would we care to buy some cheap F111's'" / Heads I rejoin the Government, tails you resign"Keith Waite01 Apr 196813170.jpg 
10262"Quick, it's the Minister of Health coming.."Stanley Franklin12 Dec 196610262.jpg 
08884"... And remember to stop snivelling about the last Government." / "Look out, dad, - here they come again." / "It suddenly went phut as Michelmore announced the other *** 'ad got in."Keith Waite01 Apr 196608884.jpg 
14461Old Cecil King Coalition and his Fiddlers ThreeRichard Willson15 Dec 196814461.jpg 
06368"Shame on you, Brown - why, now we'll still be able to see St. Paul's"Vicky [Victor Weisz]06 Nov 196406368.jpg 
00331Where breeding tellsVicky [Victor Weisz]22 Mar 196200331.jpg 
07079"Fat lot of good, nowadays, trying to find bones you buried in the governor's garden!" / "It's like this. Some think he's a real, switched-on guy - some want him switched off." / "O.K. Twist you for Woolfe Bednash's shirt."Norman Mansbridge11 May 196507079.jpg 
08062"Wilson can't fool me - that's Mr. Bottomley again" / " ... of a Whi-i-ite Christmas" / "What would you consider a fair price for bed and breakfast?"Keith Waite02 Dec 196508062.jpg 
08380"What exactly does your husband do in the City?" / "We'll soon see whether he's going slow." / "You try arguing with Emma Peel."Keith Waite26 Jan 196608380.jpg 
08552"Let's keep walking - they'll never stop at that one" / "It's all right chaps - I'm a poacher hunter too"Keith Waite01 Mar 196608552.jpg 
08230[no caption]Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]04 Jan 196608230.jpg 
13684[no caption]Nicholas Garland05 Jul 196813684.jpg 
08460"But I'm happier where I am ... "William Papas04 Feb 196608460.jpg 
04690"I'm sorry, children, the dinner may be a little late..."Michael Cummings20 Nov 196304690.jpg 
19985'How the old place has changed...'Jon [William John Philpin Jones]26 Mar 197119985.jpg 
06216"Unmasked! Another Machiavellian plot - to prove the workers have 'never had it so good'!"Michael Cummings02 Oct 196406216.jpg 
05494"Ah! Now the Tories have a bull in their china shop!"Michael Cummings22 May 196405494.jpg 
19005"Don't throw them away, Georges! I shall need them again if we fail to get in..."Michael Cummings30 Apr 196719005.jpg 
13784[no caption]Kenneth Mahood26 Jul 196813784.jpg 
09194"There must be some more efficient way of using all that critical zeal."Kenneth Mahood28 Jun 196609194.jpg 
07173"But, Prime Minister, we are working hard and you can't expect us to reduce Britain to the austerity level of an Eastern European satellite overnight!"Michael Cummings31 May 196507173.jpg 
12497"If only I could make them well, George, let alone understand them!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]14 Dec 196712497.jpg 
10195"Taking no chances this week - delivering my own." / "I suppose you realise you're trespassing?" / "That's not a star, it's a starfighter."Keith Waite01 Dec 196610195.jpg 
08868[no caption]Michael Cummings04 Apr 196608868.jpg 
15298"On this airline it's not the pilot but the public and some cabin staff who refuse to fly"Michael Cummings02 Apr 196915298.jpg 
09608"The court sentences you, Cousins, to be transported to Botany Bay for life!"Michael Cummings09 Sep 196609608.jpg 
12155"Careful, Harold - or you'll feel the impact of my disapproval"Michael Cummings02 Oct 196712155.jpg 
MW2464"But who on earth would want to shoot me?"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]23 Jul 1968MW2464.jpg 
09187"Hey! You don't understand the Rules of War! The General's life must never be endangered!"Michael Cummings13 Jun 196609187.jpg 
MW3457"Doesn't ANYONE beleive in fairies?"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]20 Dec 1962MW3457.jpg 
10847"Fasten seat belts - I think we're going to hit another bird." / "Whatever makes you think I'm from the Ministry of Transport?" / "But are you insured for passenger liability?"Keith Waite10 Mar 196710847.jpg 
11894"I don't know what effect he'll have on the enemy, sergeant, but by God, he frightens me!"Michael Cummings01 Sep 196711894.jpg 
08417"It's all the overtime I'm doing on the bus stop." / "Don't look now but here they come again."Keith Waite01 Feb 196608417.jpg 
06264"Ah, so something turned up after all."Stanley Franklin25 Nov 196406264.jpg 
09987"Regulations Bowden - we must have reasonable cause ... "William Papas09 Nov 196609987.jpg 
12390Cummings eprodices a print of medieval alchemists in the Labour Party laboratory trying to transmute a base metal into gold...Michael Cummings27 Nov 196712390.jpg 
08037"Sorry Emperor, not only is there no bread but something's gone wrong with the circus, too!"Michael Cummings26 Nov 196508037.jpg 
11143"If we do go in, just think of the advantages of De Gaulle taking the blame for all unpopular decisions."Kenneth Mahood02 May 196711143.jpg 
12261"Forget the Rhodesians for a bit - let's have talks with the Scots." / "Unless we move soon, sir, the police threaten to carry us away."Keith Waite06 Nov 196712261.jpg 
12081"And which George Brown are you this morning, dear?" / "I think you've had it. I don't like the way he's holding it..." / "Mind if I borrow It? Prices and Incomes Board...." / "Sign here for your unemployment pay, Mr Statham, and here for my boy's autograph book...."David Langdon08 Oct 196712081.jpg 
18238Tour Paris - Rome Brussels - Bonn...William Papas08 May 196718238.jpg 
18244[no caption]Sidney William Martin14 May 196718244.jpg 
09017"But, George, there must be some more of my own words left to eat for 'afters'..."Michael Cummings20 May 196609017.jpg 
11514"Your need is greater than ours, George"Stanley Franklin29 Jun 196711514.jpg 
17116'Five minutes back and he's slap into a row about parking his camel.'Stanley Franklin21 Jan 197017116.jpg 
18231"I spy strangers..."Michael Cummings05 May 196718231.jpg 
12067"I believe he saw you put tomato ketchup on your peche melba ..."David Myers02 Oct 196712067.jpg 
13677The Social DelinquentEmmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]04 Jul 196813677.jpg 
09797"It's a good sign - it means he likes you!"David Myers13 Oct 196609797.jpg 
12739"A wandering minstrel I - A thing of shreds and patches, Of ballads, songs and snatches, And dreamy lullaby!" - The MikadoJon [William John Philpin Jones]05 Jan 196812739.jpg 
19002"Stop saying 'I told you so,' Desmond"Stanley Franklin18 Mar 196619002.jpg 
17629"President Nasser's compliments and he'd be happy to intervene in YOUR little dispute"Chrys [George Fraser Chrystal]12 Apr 197017629.jpg 
16729"O.K. Relax, you guys - it's not one of ours."Mac [Stan McMurtry]24 Nov 196916729.jpg 
18194"To show you how well we got on with the General, here's a snap of a delightful olde worlde French courtesy which he extended to us."Michael Cummings27 Jan 196718194.jpg 
16374"What a super machine! It still works after five years of socialist work-to-rule! We can safely throw in some more spanners!"Michael Cummings29 Sep 196916374.jpg 
VY3038"Oh dear - our atomic warhead has exploded again..."Vicky [Victor Weisz]09 Jun 1960VY3038.jpg 
06040"If, after all, the Electorate prefers the Tory Image, what on earth must they think our image looks like?"Michael Cummings11 Sep 196406040.jpg 
MW2159APublished captions from left to right:- "My love is like a red red rose / With bloodshot eyes and carmine nose / And O' he leadeth me a dance / We never should have gone to France" "Summer is icumen in / Summer is icumen in / Summer is - / I must be cucu!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]08 Jul 1965MW2159A.jpg 
20829'Look, I'm the author! Now behave and get back in the book!'Mac [Stan McMurtry]28 Jul 197120829.jpg 
23226"Oh for the Golden Age of George's gossamer touch, exquisite footwork and tactful phraseology!"Michael Cummings09 Oct 197223226.jpg 
AH0170[No caption]Arthur Horner17 Mar 1967AH0170.jpg 
AH0177Making peace [it is believed in London diplomatic circles that the Foreign Secretary will make use of his Moscow visit to put forward a new British initiative for peace in Vietnam]Arthur Horner19 May 1967AH0177.jpg 
10662Walks up Oxford Street - talks with workers - dinner with the Queen - handshakes - football - lunches - teas - snowdrops - the Carlton Club - We achieved miracles!William Papas13 Feb 196710662.jpg 
00538"Vicky's Easter Bonnets"Vicky [Victor Weisz]19 Apr 196200538.jpg 
06479The circus opens todayVicky [Victor Weisz]18 Dec 196406479.jpg 
11113"The Great Illusionist "For my next ----------- trick!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]27 Apr 196711113.jpg 
12657[no caption]Michael Cummings22 Jan 196812657.jpg 
07052Another for the BoardWilliam Papas05 May 196507052.jpg 
MW2331"Ah! Hah! - scented notepaper - must be from Duncan Sandys!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]13 May 1967MW2331.jpg 
11042"Watch it, Franco! Sir Francis Drake is acquiring the taste for blood!"Michael Cummings14 Apr 196711042.jpg 
MW2756"No - no Dixon - MISTER Brown!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]28 May 1971MW2756.jpg 
10075".. Remember, George, no emotional outburst, don't dance any Gopaks and don't tell any vulgar boatman stories."Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]19 Nov 196610075.jpg 
CU1064"The question is - shall I or shan't I go into Europe?"Michael Cummings11 Nov 1966CU1064.jpg 
12638"Anyway, if the worst comes to the worst, we can count on Mr. Wilson to say it's a chance for Britain 'to jump out of a strait-jacket on to a springboard of opportunity'..."Michael Cummings24 Jan 196812638.jpg 
09373"You thumb the next one - they'll think you're a beauty queen on a 40-mile trek." / "Good - it means instant bookings, instant met. reports but no instant dismissals." / "Now let's get on with THIS job - and no more 'moonlighting' to Russia."Norman Mansbridge20 Jul 196609373.jpg 
MW2310"It's not his resignation that's worrying me, George, - it's his comeback!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]16 Mar 1967MW2310.jpg 
NG2515"If we're going to have a broader church, we're going to need a broader churchyard!"Nicholas Garland15 Nov 1982NG2515.jpg 
08032"I suppose, Harold, you wouldn't have a teeny moment of time for a little country called 'Britain'?"Michael Cummings27 Nov 196508032.jpg 
11302" ... and don't start kissing him George, he hates fuss."Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]27 May 196711302.jpg 
MW2098"Bring on the port wine and overipe pheasant, Butler."Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]18 Nov 1964MW2098.jpg 
MW2216"To Russia With Love." "My! That should 'woo them dear!" "Better pack this in case my constant velocity drive gets fatigued" "Oh and remind me NOT to ask Kosygin if he's booked any bad reds lately!" "Goodbye George, I must say I'd feel safer if you were coming with me!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]19 Feb 1966MW2216.jpg 
VY2666"Let my hot heart but freeze the pay And love shall win the day - O, maidens fair - both hark to me, My valentines to be!"Vicky [Victor Weisz]12 Feb 1965VY2666.jpg 
MW2265"It'll blow over George, remember when you said 31/2% mortgages - that was soon forgotten!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]06 Aug 1966MW2265.jpg 
MW2335" ... and don't start kissing him George, he hates fuss."Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]27 May 1967MW2335.jpg 
NG0234"Just practising! What do you mean, just practising?"Nicholas Garland19 May 1967NG0234.jpg 
NG0354"My God! he's only got a 15,000 majority"Nicholas Garland29 Mar 1968NG0354.jpg 
PC3191[no caption]Martin Rowson10 Feb 1998PC3191.jpg 
NG0542"Oh George - can't you leave us alone with our grief!"Nicholas Garland21 Jan 1970NG0542.jpg 
CU1121"... and if I can't make myself heard, Harold, I shall bang on my desk with my tennis
shoe!"
Michael Cummings18 Jun 1967CU1121.jpg 
PC0077"Skeletons in the policy closet.Martin Rowson19 May 1996PC0077.jpg 
06084"He keeps saying his former doctors told him there's nothing wrong with him..."Vicky [Victor Weisz]26 Oct 196406084.jpg 
MW2259"Gent in the next bar sends his compliments, and would you care to join him in a small gin and gripewater?!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]23 Jul 1966MW2259.jpg 
WF0010[no caption]Trog [Wally Fawkes]16 Jan 1970WF0010.jpg 
VY2766"Anyone for tennis?"Vicky [Victor Weisz]22 Jun 1965VY2766.jpg 
VY2941"Four...Three...Two..."Vicky [Victor Weisz]03 Feb 1966VY2941.jpg 
VY2051"He was thoughtful and grave - but the orders he gave/Were enough to bewilder a crew,/ When he cried "Steer to Starboard, but keep her head Larboard!"/What on earth was the helmsman to do? - The hunting of the snarkVicky [Victor Weisz]14 Nov 1962VY2051.jpg 
11252"Great soccer fan, your Ma. A few tears over Abide With Me and off to the kitchen ironing ..." / "Don't say I've boobed again. The invitation said, simply, Black Tie ..." / "Can't win. Invent a safe cigarette and even the mice won't smoke it ..." / "Look. I'm NOT sending his stuff to the Prime Minister. Whoever heard of a five-year old Poet Laureate? .."David Langdon21 May 196711252.jpg 
12305"It turns green when you've had enough." / "The cheek of it - they're threatening us with closure." / "I know just how he feels - can't stand chaps who wear long hair and ridiculous clothes."Keith Waite14 Nov 196712305.jpg 
07889Cartoon A: "O.K. so we didn't strike oil, you can't have everything.", Cartoon B: "Rhodesia nothing - it's about the transport and engineerig unions.", Cartoon B: "When he heard the pound had gone up he tried to cut her housekeeping money."Keith Waite01 Oct 196507889.jpg 
12784"Hope you'll still accept this cheque - after all it's only been bouncing for about 1,000 dynamic days."Michael Cummings20 Nov 196712784.jpg 
09395"Thank heavens he didn't mention credit cards." / "Make that 469,999." / "There's just one snag - you have to join the Forces."Keith Waite22 Jul 196609395.jpg 
08628'Is this England?'Stanley Franklin25 Mar 196608628.jpg 
12480"Thorpe! I'm warning you ..."Stanley Franklin12 Dec 196712480.jpg 
09674"I DO wish you'd stop reciting 'The Smith a mighty man is he'!"Norman Mansbridge20 Sep 196609674.jpg 
09975"They can't say I'm dodging the freese - going to Russia in winter!" / "Bert does so take it to heart when Chelsea get beaten." / "Put her in Wormwood Scrubs and it would soon put a stop to the jailbreaks!"Norman Mansbridge07 Nov 196609975.jpg 
LSE8601Labour BathyscapheDavid Low (1891-1963)27 Jan 1960LSE8601.jpg 
ILW4060Published caption: Behind the smoke screenIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-19798 Mar 1967ILW4060.jpg 
ILW4086Published caption: "Don't be downhearted, George, she said she would consider me again when I've grow tall, yound and handsome ...."Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197918 May 1967ILW4086.jpg 
11819[No caption]Arthur Horner17 Mar 196711819.jpg 
ILW3717No captionIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197925 Oct 1963ILW3717.jpg 
07074"Ought to put Parliament on TV at once - and fill the gap left by the end of 'Not so much a programme ... '"Michael Cummings10 May 196507074.jpg 
MW2296"Another Missing Picture."Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]03 Jan 1967MW2296.jpg 
MW2254"The Nobbler"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]12 Jul 1966MW2254.jpg 
NG0252"...as the effectiveness of the policy spreads through the nation...(Geo Brown)"Nicholas Garland27 May 1966NG0252.jpg 
ILW3700No captionIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197925 September 1963ILW3700.jpg 
06384"Oyez! Oyez! Labour Airways proudly announce departure of their Flight to the Future!"Michael Cummings04 Nov 196406384.jpg 
NM0065"Compliments of the season."Norman Mansbridge1973NM0065.jpg 
MW2376"Come on George, make us laugh!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]04 Nov 1967MW2376.jpg 
16716"Another wildcat strike, Harold! The Comedians' Union complains you're making them redundant"Michael Cummings21 Nov 196916716.jpg 
MW2210"For my next - trick!!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]27 Jan 1966MW2210.jpg 
CU1074"That's right George! The public mustn't be given a moment of time to think about
laughing at ME!"
Michael Cummings11 Sep 1967CU1074.jpg 
MW3425'We may LOOK like the winning team lads, but remember there's many a slip twixt ball and t'Cup.'Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]16 Jun 1970MW3425.jpg 
09202"You can't expect the curtain to go up already - I've been playing the overture for only 609 dynamic days!"Michael Cummings17 Jun 196609202.jpg 
VY2356"Brothers!"Vicky [Victor Weisz]22 Nov 1963VY2356.jpg 
MW2374"Olde Tyme Music Hall. 'Anything I can do you can do better ... '"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]31 Oct 1967MW2374.jpg 
MW2291"Westminster Pantomime - Cinderella. 'Oh, Buttons, Please say Prince Charming said I could try it on!'"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]20 Dec 1966MW2291.jpg 
NG0081"Bubble gum horror cards not obscene - deplorable only, say J.P's."Nicholas Garland15 Sep 1966NG0081.jpg 
LSE9102Day of SacrificeDavid Low (1891-1963)27 Jul 1962LSE9102.jpg 
MW2285[no caption] Published caption:- "More World Misses." Under each picture from left to right:- "MISS DROPTA BRICK. International party-goer and wit. Voted 'Funny' of the year at the U.N. LANGUAGES. Mostly bad. AMBITION. To be foreign minister." "MISS FROZEN ECONOMY" Vital statistics: zero-zero-zero. Only in it for the money. AMBITION: to give everybody a big squeeze." "MISS TIME AND TIDE. Gritty, down to earth no nonsense contender. Likes sailing close to the wind, men in black ties and cliches. AMBITION: to be Miss Europe."Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]17 Nov 1966MW2285.jpg 
19004"Frogs' legs and chips twice"David Myers25 Jan 196719004.jpg 
ILW4184Published caption: No visible means of supportIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197929 Mar 1968ILW4184.jpg 
ILW4457[Illingworth cartoon ILW 4457]Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197902 Jul 1965ILW4457.jpg 
NG0155"Curses - foiled again!"Nicholas Garland22 May 1967NG0155.jpg 
08383Ours?Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197926 Jan 196608383.jpg 
ILW3708[Illingworth cartoon ILW 3708]Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197914 October 1963ILW3708.jpg 
MW1093Emmwood's Political Top-Dog ShowEmmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]07 Feb 1963MW1093.jpg 
ILW3617[no caption]Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197901 Feb 1963ILW3617.jpg 
MW2308"Emmwood's Westminster stand-in for 'Twiggy'"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]09 Mar 1967MW2308.jpg 
ILW3904Published caption: Lot '65 'Why don't they pinch some of ours?'Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197924 May 1965ILW3904.jpg 
10247"And now, direct from London, a man who has often entertained you.."Jak [Raymond Jackson]08 Dec 196610247.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 
23771"...they did it MY WAY!"Nicholas Garland19 Jan 197323771.jpg 
ILW4166No captionIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197915 Jan 1968ILW4166.jpg 
13087No visible means of supportIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197929 Mar 196813087.jpg 
MW2212"Another Bomb Scare"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]03 Feb 1966MW2212.jpg 
10066"Frankly, George, I reckon you'll cause a big enough sensation there without the gimmicks"David Myers18 Nov 196610066.jpg 
NM0036"If only I'd sent a pre-paid reply with my fraternal Greetings Telegram."Norman Mansbridge08 Jul 1965NM0036.jpg 
MW2146"I feel proper browned off, Brother!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]15 May 1965MW2146.jpg 
MW2375"George I've decided to make you a hereditary peer!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]02 Nov 1967MW2375.jpg 
20431"No - no Dixon - MISTER Brown!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]28 May 197120431.jpg 
MW3229"Phew! Glug-a-lug - reprieved!" "Just the man we need sarge - got the flattest feet in his division!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]1965 (?)MW3229.jpg 
LSE8785Brought his own helm this timeDavid Low (1891-1963)03 Oct 1961LSE8785.jpg 
08489"The truth is, I was an admiral of the fleet - until I sensed the danger of becoming extinct!" / "Sort this out. They want five one-fourths, six one-fifths and four one-sixths!" / "There he goes again - always trying to improve his image!"Norman Mansbridge21 Feb 196608489.jpg 
17085'You don't think he's had a shot of L. Dopa, do you?'Bernard Cookson15 Jan 197017085.jpg 
ILW4043No captionIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197907 Dec 1966ILW4043.jpg 
MW2384[no caption] Published caption:- "A word from the Older Teenagers on the Pop Scene." and caption under each picture from left:- "Wee Georgie Brown (Entertainer) Question: What do YOU think? Answer: I'm not opening my mouth; I'll only put my foot in it if I do. Besides,I'd like to emigrate." "Harold 'Dynamic' Wilson (The Prime Minister of Mirth) Question: What are your views on British politics? Answer: Frankly, they're sick, sick, sick - Good Heavens - what am I saying? I'd better emigrate." "Babs 'Greenfingers' Castle (Traffic Wardress) Question: What do you think of the moving scene? Answer: Absolutely breathtaking, ducky - I hope I'm not forced to emigrate." And a last word from the oldest entertainer in Europe Charlie de Gaulldfinger. Question: What do you think of Le Sexe? Answer : La Grande Bretagne is not yet ready for eet ... eh? Pardon, M'sieur,I thought you said Le Six!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]28 Nov 1967MW2384.jpg 
MW2325"The Great Illusionist "For my next ----------- trick!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]27 Apr 1967MW2325.jpg 
ILW4035The Queen turned crimson with fury ... began screaming, "Off with her head? Off with -! Nonsense!" said Alice, very loudly & decidedlyIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197931 Oct 1966ILW4035.jpg 
CU1306[no caption]Michael Cummings13 Dec 1972CU1306.jpg 
07936Anything been happening while I've been away?Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197922 Nov 196507936.jpg 
MW2573"The truth lies in their eyes - SIR JASPER LETCH. 'Surely you believe in the permissive society Miss Prym?' MISS IRMA GOLDIGGER 'Money isn't everything Lord Moneybagges!' 'Slasher' FLANNELFOOTE. ''Onest Constable, I was only looking!' HAROLD WILSON 'Welcome back George' GEORGE BROWN 'It's good to be back Harold - after all I'm your soulmate - mate!'"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]06 Sep 1969MW2573.jpg 
CU1065"Anyway, we can't lose our sovereignty because it's gone already!"Michael Cummings15 Nov 1966CU1065.jpg 
ILW3801Published caption: Package DealIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-19796 July 1964ILW3801.jpg 
VY2759"... the government is taking tough, unpopular decisions without thought of electoral gains" - Mr Wilson, May 12Vicky [Victor Weisz]14 Jun 1965VY2759.jpg 
10261"I wouldn't mind being a captive audience so much, if I hadn't already seen the film
397 times"
Michael Cummings12 Dec 196610261.jpg 
10076"So it's agreed, Mr. Kosygin! You send us back Gerald Brooke and lock up George Brown in his cell instead!"Michael Cummings21 Nov 196610076.jpg 
MW3416Westminster Players Present: - Return of 'Oliver' starring: - H. Wilson as the Artful
Dodger and Roy Jenkins as Fagin and Big Jim Callaghan as Bill Sikes
Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]15 Apr 1969MW3416.jpg 
11017"Should be a great success - Jim's written it, Sandie's singing it ..."Stanley Franklin11 Apr 196711017.jpg 
ILW3568Published caption: Illingworth's Nursery Guide to the Common Market Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197917 September 1962ILW3568.jpg 
08887"Why be so suicidal, darling? Can't you just be pessimistic like me?"Michael Cummings01 Apr 196608887.jpg 
00290"Now, I trust that all comrades will in future uphold the sanctity of Conference decisions - as I've done in the past..."Vicky [Victor Weisz]05 Oct 196100290.jpg 
VY2749"Don't look round, but I think we're being followed!"Vicky [Victor Weisz]31 May 1965VY2749.jpg 
18246"Don't be downhearted, George, she said she would consider me again when I've grow tall, yound and handsome ...."Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197918 May 196718246.jpg 
NG0590"Full many a flower is born to blush unseen And waste its sweetness on the desert air"Nicholas Garland01 Jul 1970NG0590.jpg 
NG0533[No caption]Nicholas Garland24 Dec 1969NG0533.jpg 
VY2729Return of the prodigalsVicky [Victor Weisz]07 May 1965VY2729.jpg 
06716'I wish we knew which one's doing the miming!'Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]23 Feb 196506716.jpg 
12910"I have a little shadow that goes in and out with me,
And what can be the use of him is more than I can see". (R.L. Stevenson)
Nicholas Garland16 Feb 196812910.jpg 
10173"As I thought, dear boy, - hot air!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]29 Nov 196610173.jpg 
10809[no caption]Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197906 Mar 196710809.jpg 
06064Emmwood introduces 'ITCHYFINGER' - A political adventureEmmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]17 Sep 196406064.jpg 
15210The Wilson and Jenkins Laugh-in with acknowlegements to the BBC 2 programme Laugh-inEmmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]16 Apr 196915210.jpg 
09774"Russia's refused my six-point plan so I've instructed Chi-Chi to continue non-co-operation." / "What went wrong with dial-a-dish today?" / "I'll scream if he claims the Rolling Stones!"Norman Mansbridge10 Oct 196609774.jpg 
MW2340New shows for new channels / "STOP-GO AND SONS. Hilarious story of the financial
ups-and-downs in a family of junk dealers." "YOU ONLY LIVE TWICE. A new Bond saga full
of broken eastern promises - and the long running ... " "FROST REPORT starring the
holder of the Golden Nose of Colombey-les-Deux- Eglises."
Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]13 Jun 1967MW2340.jpg 
MW2311"The Seven kind of father-figure (another astonishing enquiry) THE CHUM KIND: hardly exists in real life. THE BROODY-HEN KIND: frightening. THE GOOD HOUSE-KEEPER KIND: too fat and looks bad tempered. THE DYNAMIC KIND: shows how to get things done. THE WORLDLY KIND: makes feelings run high. THE CALM KIND: let's you do what you want. THE CHILD LIKE KIND: unbelievable."Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]18 Mar 1967MW2311.jpg 
CU0948"Mr. Editor? I wish you'd sue my cartoonist husband for enticing his work to the home."Michael Cummings23 Dec 1964CU0948.jpg 
12777"As I thought, dear boy, - hot air!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]29 Nov 196612777.jpg 
ILW4456[Illingworth cartoon ILW 3975]Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197918 February 1966ILW4456.jpg 
12240"Olde Tyme Music Hall. 'Anything I can do you can do better ... '"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]31 Oct 196712240.jpg 
11794"CLUE : Pragmatic down to
earth type. Only moves at own convenience and then dynamically."
"CLUE : Folie de Grandeur type.
Free moving. Has motto of convenience 'mon dieu and I'm right.'"
"CLUE : Brotherly chump-rump.
Goes naked into conference chambers. Often kicked around."
PRIZE FOR THE FIRST CORRECT RESULT.
"Cut out and apply, smartly, to your favourite choice - in basic area."
Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]10 Aug 196711794.jpg 
16025"Scilly Season Again."Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]31 Jul 196916025.jpg 
11501"Well here we are" ... "Yes, where are we?"Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197923 Jun 196711501.jpg 
11190"The sooner George gets his hair cut the better..."David Myers11 May 196711190.jpg 
12697No captionIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197915 Jan 196812697.jpg 
ILW3921[Illingworth cartoon ILW 4457]Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197902 Jul 1965ILW3921.jpg 
12373[no caption] Published caption:- "A word from the Older Teenagers on the Pop Scene." and
caption under each picture from left:- "Wee Georgie Brown (Entertainer) Question: What do YOU
think? Answer: I'm not opening my mouth; I'll only put my foot in it if I do. Besides,I'd like to
emigrate." "Harold 'Dynamic' Wilson (The Prime Minister of Mirth) Question: What are your views
on British politics? Answer: Frankly, they're sick, sick, sick - Good Heavens - what am I saying?
I'd better emigrate." "Babs 'Greenfingers' Castle (Traffic Wardress) Question: What do you think
of the moving scene? Answer: Absolutely breathtaking, ducky - I hope I'm not forced to emigrate."
And a last word from the oldest entertainer in Europe Charlie de Gaulldfinger. Question: What do
you think of Le Sexe? Answer : La Grande Bretagne is not yet ready for eet ... eh? Pardon,
M'sieur,I thought you said Le Six!"
Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]28 Nov 196712373.jpg 
12552Man of the yearIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197927 December 196712552.jpg 
06821"He says it all came on quite suddenly!"Vicky [Victor Weisz]10 Mar 196506821.jpg 
07260"Famous Last Words No. 2" "Is your
wife a bit of all right?" "Feel like a drink?" "Soak the bookies, sir ... ?" "I kiss your little
hand, madam ..." "That will leave George Brown in charge ..."
Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]19 Jun 196507260.jpg 
12328"Well he's the best twister we've got ..." (Published caption: "How dare you call me a
twister!"
Nicholas Garland24 Nov 196712328.jpg 
12289"Come on George, make us laugh!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]04 Nov 196712289.jpg 
09641"Bubble gum horror cards not obscene - deplorable only, say J.P's."Nicholas Garland15 Sep 196609641.jpg 
12407"George I've decided to make you a hereditary peer!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]02 Nov 196712407.jpg 
12538`Breaking up'Nicholas Garland22 Dec 196712538.jpg 
13429"'The most important objective of my foreign policy is just to be able to go down to
Victoria Station and take a ticket to where the hell I like without a passport". (Ernest Bevin)"
Nicholas Garland17 May 196813429.jpg 
06754Vicky's long-range weather forecast for the next 100 daysVicky [Victor Weisz]15 Feb 196506754.jpg 
07782Vicky's motor show, 1965Vicky [Victor Weisz]21 Oct 196507782.jpg 
17082 "I am not pro Israel. I am just Pro British and I don't ask to
be anything else." Article illustration:- "Meanwhile where the War never ends." See you
later lovely George tells Golda. News: 15 January: George Brown arrived in Jerusalem on the
last leg of his Middle East tour. His visit aroused public interest in Israel because of
reports that he had expressed optimism about the Middle East situation after meeting Arab
leaders. Brown said he was making the tour "as someone who is desperately anxious to do
anything he can to help find a pacific solution to the problems that exist in the Middle
East"
Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]15 Jan 197017082.jpg 
17114"Oh George - can't you leave us alone with our grief!"Nicholas Garland21 Jan 197017114.jpg 
CU1038"Lucky lad! I wish I could pass mine!"Michael Cummings03 Jun 1966CU1038.jpg 
MW2548"'D' day for Emmwood - 0730 hrs tomorrow invades France. Now for a bit of peace in
our time folks!'"
Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]05 Jun 1969MW2548.jpg 
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 
05633"You'd look strained if your tail was trying to wag you"Michael Cummings25 Jun 196405633.jpg 
ILW3822Cartoon A: The Wilson Peke and Brown Brother-Hound. Bad attack of Over Confidence
followed by Fallen Polls, Cartoon B: The Woodcocker Spaniel, Rookes Ailment seriously
threatens power to strike, Cartoon C: The Jo Griffond Ingrowing Liberalism. Can the breed
be saved?, Cartoon D: The Sandys Setter Worried by Smith's Bug (or the S. Rhodesian Itch
for Independence)
Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197901 Sep 1964ILW3822.jpg 
LA0012B"Don't know if you're interested Jim, but Gordon Walker, Ray Gunter and I have formed a
Lonely Hearts Club."
David Langdon18 May 1969LA0012B.jpg 
ILW3847Not so much a programme, more a way of lifeIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197930 Nov 1964ILW3847.jpg 
ILW3768"Remember those bulbs you said wouldn't come up...?"Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197918 Mar 1964ILW3768.jpg 
16761"How long? It depends on the individual, but probably 'til after the Election!"Bernard Cookson25 Nov 196916761.jpg 
VY3049"Vicky's Easter Bonnets"Vicky [Victor Weisz]19 Apr 1962VY3049.jpg 
11082"The Empress is lucky to have some clothes!"Michael Cummings21 Apr 196711082.jpg 
VY3082[No caption]Vicky [Victor Weisz]29 Mar 1962VY3082.jpg 
VY2732"When I use a word" Humpty Dumpty said in a rather scornful tone, "it means just
what I choose it to mean - neither more nor less." Wage increases granted in April and May
considerably in excess of the 3-3 1/2 per cent "norm" laid down in the White Paper ...
[Keesing's Vol 11]
Vicky [Victor Weisz]10 May 1965VY2732.jpg 
VY1290One chaste salute! - The damsel cried - oh, fie! As they approached - slap went the coach away - From the prologue to Sheridan's comedy "A Trip to Scarborough"Vicky [Victor Weisz]29 Sep 1958VY1290.jpg 
VY2844A"The Labour party is like a vehicle. If you drive at great speed, all the people in it are either so exhilarated or so sick that you have no problems. But when you stop, they all get out and start to argue about which way to go" - Mr Wilson in September 1963Vicky [Victor Weisz]01 Oct 1965VY2844A.jpg 
AH0207The Socialists - "The Prime Minister appealed to the rebels not to presume to be appearing more socialist than the socialists" - Evening StandardArthur Horner26 Jan 1968AH0207.jpg 
12547A Christmas Carol by John JensenJohn Jensen24 Dec 196712547.jpg 
04279"You forgot to pack our policy..."Peter Clarke30 Sep 196304279.jpg 
07073"Oops!"Stanley Franklin10 May 196507073.jpg 
07502[no caption]Roy Dewar06 Aug 196507502.jpg 
07143"Closer, Harold?"William Papas25 May 196507143.jpg 
09766"Can't you see we're enjoying ourselves?"William Papas08 Oct 196609766.jpg 
11981'Remember, Phipps! Gallop the escape camel right through the V.I.P. lounge to the plane without waiting, and if anybody stops you say you've got two sick men with you in need of urgent treatment.'Michael Cummings18 Sep 196711981.jpg 
10073Hot LineWilliam Papas21 Nov 196610073.jpg 
08459"Naturally, this'll hurt me just as much as it'll hurt you"William Papas03 Feb 196608459.jpg 
12563"For a time, George, I thought we'd fooled 'em into thinking we were professionals."Sidney William Martin31 Dec 196712563.jpg 
11499"Beware an impulse to threaten resignation!"Nicholas Garland26 Jun 196711499.jpg 
10080"Guess who caught the wrong plane"David Myers21 Nov 196610080.jpg 
18178[no caption]William Papas17 Jan 196718178.jpg 
18153"If only one could have 164 years' time to reach a decision on my other problems."Michael Cummings10 Jul 196618153.jpg 
07564Oh, brother!Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197923 Aug 196507564.jpg 
AH0196Not in front of the childrenArthur Horner20 Oct 1967AH0196.jpg 
03005Heavens! It's humanIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197905 Apr 196303005.jpg 
07271"The only snag about going off to stop the bombs in Vietnam is that I shan't be able to deal with those that explode in Britain"Michael Cummings21 Jun 196507271.jpg 
12251"'Knife edge - two piece' by Henry Moore, unveiled this week" Published caption: "Knife
edge - two piece" by Henry Moore.
Nicholas Garland03 Nov 196712251.jpg 
02933The Kick-offIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197925 Feb 196302933.jpg 
11107"I don't think we'll win Brierley Hill either."Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]25 Apr 196711107.jpg 
09010"Oh! we don't want to fight, but by Jingo if we do"Nicholas Garland20 May 196609010.jpg 
05743Package DealIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197906 July 196405743.jpg 
18203"Oops! Au secours! Belgians, Dutch, Italians and Luxemburgers!"Michael Cummings03 Feb 196718203.jpg 
07097Mother CourageIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197914 May 196507097.jpg 
MW2328[no caption]Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]04 May 1967MW2328.jpg 
16408'You're out, George, the music hasn't stopped.'Jon [William John Philpin Jones]06 Oct 196916408.jpg 
16238"Now that we're friends again, George, I'd like to offer you a job that may help us win the general election."Mac [Stan McMurtry]10 Sep 196916238.jpg 
NM0019"Money soon goes - 7s. an ounce for tobacco ... 1,850,000 [pounds] for adapting Scotland Yard..."Norman Mansbridge04 Aug 1967NM0019.jpg 
12629"What would you say, sir, were I to tell you that the Prime Minister has fallen trough the ice-cap and been taken in tow by a North Norean junk?"Osbert Lancaster25 Jan 196812629.jpg 
16734"Throw him out! Throw him out! He's abusing Freedom of Speech! He's saying things we don't agree with!"Sidney William Martin23 Nov 196916734.jpg 
04621'For goodness sake, comrades, haven't you some glamorous daughters, too?'Michael Cummings06 Nov 196304621.jpg 
ILW4443Trumpeter w-w-what are you sounding now?Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197924 Jan 1966ILW4443.jpg 
07862"Isn't this overdoing it a bit, Jim?"Vicky [Victor Weisz]05 Oct 196507862.jpg 
MW2262"It's from Harold, he says if we lose I can present the cup!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]30 Jul 1966MW2262.jpg 
18211"The Taming of the Shrew"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]28 Feb 196718211.jpg 
06995"... Dear Harold, Jim, Sir Aubrey, wish you were here..."Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]22 Apr 196506995.jpg 
06803The EntertainersRoy Dewar05 Mar 196506803.jpg 
07315"Phew! It's a peculiar sensation leaving the ring on my feet!"Michael Cummings30 Jun 196507315.jpg 
09475"I think George is a bit jealous about Johnson calling you another Churchill"Stanley Franklin01 Aug 196609475.jpg 
07874"How can we go out in public while Wilson and Co. are wearing our clothes!"Michael Cummings04 Oct 196507874.jpg 
09940"That was dead easy, what with everyone looking at the fashion show." / "All this 'mind you give way to the right' has put new life into your mother's back-seat driving!" / "Why not try kissing General Franco instead of Bobby Moore?"Norman Mansbridge04 Nov 196609940.jpg 
12073"It's been done!"David Myers06 Oct 196712073.jpg 
13963"Whew! Thank heavens for Enoch."Keith Waite02 Oct 196813963.jpg 
11888[no caption]William Papas31 Aug 196711888.jpg 
06390[no caption]Michael Cummings01 Nov 196406390.jpg 
12409'I'm so pleased you've come forward to negotiate ... Mr ... Mr ... er ... er ...'William Papas13 Nov 196712409.jpg 
12346"So you like going to football. Ever thought of joining the police?" / "Right, now, 'ow are we going to protect the poor from the effects of devaluation?"Keith Waite21 Nov 196712346.jpg 
12397"I warn you, any more trouble from you lot and I'll hand over to George!"Jak [Raymond Jackson]21 Nov 196712397.jpg 
17030'And he calls it a fact-finding tour.'Jon [William John Philpin Jones]08 Jan 197017030.jpg 
19417'Brother, we're lucky they hadn't thought of tar and feathering when we were in.'Jon [William John Philpin Jones]12 Jan 197119417.jpg 
18783I say I say I sayRalph Steadman14 Oct 197018783.jpg 
08680"Hey! I'm the natural father"Nicholas Garland21 Mar 196608680.jpg 
ILW3495Common Market fog Come on darlings we've got to get out of it somehowIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197916 April 1962ILW3495.jpg 
AH0219Blown off course, becalmed and beginning to break up, one intrepid yachtsman carries on with two years left to landfallArthur Horner05 Jul 1968AH0219.jpg 
CU1003"The only snag about going off to stop the bombs in Vietnam is that I shan't be able to
deal with those that explode in Britain"
Michael Cummings21 Jun 1965CU1003.jpg 
10920"Flat Treble." "Around the Bend." "Currency Chaos". "Scilly Season."Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]23 Mar 196710920.jpg 
ILW4079Published caption: With a hey nonny non! Non! Non!Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-19791 May 1967ILW4079.jpg 
MC0852"Why, that's my defence policy you're wearing!"Michael Cummings01 Oct 1960MC0852.jpg 
MW2416"Time to go walkies!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]20 Feb 1968MW2416.jpg 
06274"Maybe, Harold, we should have kept on that professional cook at Downing Street."Michael Cummings23 Nov 196406274.jpg 
MW2363[no caption]Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]07 Sep 1967MW2363.jpg 
NG0073"En garde brother"Nicholas Garland02 Aug 1966NG0073.jpg 
08333"I suppose, Moses, you're absolutely sure you did see the Promised Land?"Michael Cummings21 Jan 196608333.jpg 
VY1997"If I may say so, do you think it's wise to mix with the reds - and by the way, have you paid your subs?"Vicky [Victor Weisz]16 Aug 1962VY1997.jpg 
ILW4142Published caption: The fall guyIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-19793 November 1967ILW4142.jpg 
ILW4001Published caption: Start jumping!Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197913 Jun 1966ILW4001.jpg 
CU1099"Anything to declare? Why, yes! I declare if you don't let me join the Common Market I'll
leave George behind in Rome!"
Michael Cummings16 Jan 1967CU1099.jpg 
CU1034[no caption]Michael Cummings04 Apr 1966CU1034.jpg 
MW2137A"Our Norm says:- 'Just another pipe dream!'"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]27 Apr 1965MW2137A.jpg 
MW2313"Flat Treble." "Around the Bend." "Currency Chaos". "Scilly Season."Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]23 Mar 1967MW2313.jpg 
NG0044[No caption]Nicholas Garland31 May 1966NG0044.jpg 
11911A postcard from BrightonIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197904 Sep 196711911.jpg 
09893"I got it for abolishing political honours." / "And how did you get on against the Wallabies?" / "Our attitude must be unequivocal. It is un-Christian outside marriage."Keith Waite28 Oct 196609893.jpg 
13267An even more important announcement from the Tiger! Edward McLachlan21 Apr 196813267.jpg 
10718I think he's carrying too much weight, GeorgeEmmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]20 Feb 196710718.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 
ILW4008Published caption: The high jumpIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197918 July 1966ILW4008.jpg 
ILW4028Published caption: The innocent abroadIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197907 Oct 1966ILW4028.jpg 
ILW3982No captionIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197911 March 1966ILW3982.jpg 
ILW3893Published caption: Hold it!Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197930 April 1965ILW3893.jpg 
ILW3860Published caption: Into the new travel seasonIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-19794 Jan 1965ILW3860.jpg 
MW2144"Oo-oh! Special agent:- or the man with the golden Wigg (First exclusive preview picture) 'I wish you'd stop referring to me as the poor girls's James Bond, Harold!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]08 May 1965MW2144.jpg 
MW2130"New Revenger Series, Episode 1. "Slim Callaghan strikes again ..."Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]06 Apr 1965MW2130.jpg 
07480" ... and with this machine in the Commons, not only can the sick M.P.'s stay in hospital but the healthy ones can stay at home!"Michael Cummings02 Aug 196507480.jpg 
09243"Mama mia - step on it, here comes Surtees." / "Quick, ring the alarm bells." /"Cross my heart Guv, definitely no sign of any communists."Keith Waite24 Jun 196609243.jpg 
NG0219"And Samson took hold of the two middle pillars upon which the house stood, and on which it was borne up..."Nicholas Garland28 Apr 1967NG0219.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 
00250I've GOT IT! Let's have a Lab.-Lab. alliance!Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197920 Nov 196100250.jpg 
CU1093I told you, Healey, he wouldn't retaliate with only four shots."Michael Cummings22 Dec 1967CU1093.jpg 
10542"Anyone would think it was South Africa!"Francis Whitford24 Jan 196710542.jpg 
15595Emmwood's three for the Election DerbyEmmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]02 Jun 196415595.jpg 
10450More baffling road signsEmmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]10 Jan 196710450.jpg 
10886"It's not his resignation that's worrying me, George, - it's his comeback!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]16 Mar 196710886.jpg 
11857'Right, now let's get first things first - where's Sandwich Bay?'Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]24 Aug 196711857.jpg 
VY2047"Brothers, we're on our way" - Mr George Brown, May 10 1962Vicky [Victor Weisz]09 Nov 1962VY2047.jpg 
VY3035"Well, George, we've nailed our flag firmly to the fence..."Vicky [Victor Weisz]21 Jul 1961VY3035.jpg 
07362"If only I'd sent a pre-paid reply with my fraternal Greetings Telegram."Norman Mansbridge08 Jul 196507362.jpg 
MW2349"Hit it and hope for the best, Guv."Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]13 Jul 1967MW2349.jpg 
08687"'I was talking to Christopher Robin', said Piglet, fidgeting a bit, 'and he said that
a Kanga was Generally Regarded as one of the Fiercer Animals. In which case "Aha!" is
perhaps a foolish thing to say."
Nicholas Garland14 Mar 196608687.jpg 
08013"No! - I don't want one for Christmas, I KNOW what EVERBODY'S saying about me!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]30 Nov 196508013.jpg 
07358"Good morning, Pooh Bear," said Eeyore gloomily. "If it is a good morning," he
said, "which I doubt," said he - Winnie the Pooh
Vicky [Victor Weisz]07 Jul 196507358.jpg 
07331[Illingworth cartoon ILW 4457]Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197902 Jul 196507331.jpg 
09423Saint George and the dragonsNicholas Garland28 Jul 196609423.jpg 
10825Behind the smoke screenIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-19798 Mar 196710825.jpg 
09054"...as the effectiveness of the policy spreads through the nation...(Geo Brown)"Nicholas Garland27 May 196609054.jpg 
13108"I waited until I could see the whites of their eyes!..."Nicholas Garland11 Mar 196813108.jpg 
CU1046"Officer! Get me the Official Receiver - I can do with his services too"Michael Cummings13 Jul 1966CU1046.jpg 
09460"The Nobbler"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]12 Jul 196609460.jpg 
09474"It's from Harold, he says if we lose I can present the cup!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]30 Jul 196609474.jpg 
10330"Westminster Pantomime - Cinderella. 'Oh, Buttons, Please say Prince Charming said I could
try it on!'"
Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]20 Dec 196610330.jpg 
16214"The truth lies in their eyes - SIR JASPER LETCH. 'Surely you believe in the permissive
society Miss Prym?' MISS IRMA GOLDIGGER 'Money isn't everything Lord Moneybagges!' 'Slasher'
FLANNELFOOTE. ''Onest Constable, I was only looking!' HAROLD WILSON 'Welcome back George' GEORGE
BROWN 'It's good to be back Harold - after all I'm your soulmate - mate!'"
Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]06 Sep 196916214.jpg 
12157"Not here they don't - eh!"Nicholas Garland02 Oct 196712157.jpg 
02436"Doesn't ANYONE beleive in fairies?"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]20 Dec 196202436.jpg 
09488"En garde brother"Nicholas Garland02 Aug 196609488.jpg 
03783"Say what you like, Harold, life's better with the Conservatives!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]08 Jun 196303783.jpg 
04710"Brothers!"Vicky [Victor Weisz]22 Nov 196304710.jpg 
07293"I took my harp to a party, But nobody asked me to play..."Vicky [Victor Weisz]25 Jun 196507293.jpg 
18159"The question is - shall I or shan't I go into Europe?"Michael Cummings11 Nov 196618159.jpg 
11494"Dash it! The Emperor Caligula made his horse a Consul, so why shouldn't I make my horse a Foreign Secretary ..."Michael Cummings26 Jun 196711494.jpg 
04491"Seven days of it! Why can't the Tories solve their leadership problem in the dignified way we Labourites do!"Michael Cummings18 Oct 196304491.jpg 
09656[no caption]William Papas17 Sep 196609656.jpg 
RSN0676[No Caption] Ralph Steadman09 October 1968RSN0676.jpg 
09105[no caption]William Papas18 May 196609105.jpg 
RS0075[No Caption] Ralph Steadman13 October 1967RS0075.jpg 
09126"Another of Monsieur Wilson's money-saving ideas, mon General! It's the new British Embassy!"Michael Cummings06 Jun 196609126.jpg 
NG0133[No caption]Nicholas Garland14 Feb 1967NG0133.jpg 
10650"You'd need more tea breaks, too, if it was your job to check up on the tea breaks." / "Some folk would do anything for a house."Keith Waite10 Feb 196710650.jpg 
10283Smith Wilson London talksKenneth Mahood07 Dec 196610283.jpg 
09541[no caption]William Papas12 Aug 196609541.jpg 
12161"C-Comrades! As I said 30 yeara ago, 'We are going into the Common Market at a hell of a pace'..."Michael Cummings04 Oct 196712161.jpg 
06751'Psst - anyone care for a drink?'William Papas16 Feb 196506751.jpg 
16395[no caption]Leslie Gibbard03 Oct 196916395.jpg 
09915"We're with you Mr. Gaskill."Nicholas Garland01 Nov 196609915.jpg 
06544"With our majority, if the Minister of Health doesn't get cracking on a cure for the common cold, he's OUT...", / "Too much talkie and not enough walkie...", / "I'm surprised there's no collecting box for Dr. B's farewell before he goes back to ICI...", / "And then I remember that game I played in against Real Madrid...."David Langdon31 Jan 196506544.jpg 
12512[no caption]Michael Cummings16 Dec 196712512.jpg 
12111"Unfortunately we still have this special relationship."Kenneth Mahood12 Oct 196712111.jpg 
10793"Thank you for your comments on the Labour defence rebels, gentlemen."Stanley Franklin02 Mar 196710793.jpg 
NG0348"Come on out - its lovely!"Nicholas Garland18 Mar 1968NG0348.jpg 
11917'Sit tight - it'll pass'William Papas06 Sep 196711917.jpg 
20013"It's unbelievable! It's monstrous! The Conservatives insist on behaving like Conservatives!"Michael Cummings31 Mar 197120013.jpg 
08675"Marvellous! My popularity among the passengers isn't sinking!"Michael Cummings11 Mar 196608675.jpg 
ILW4437Eastward look, the sea is brightIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197908 Dec 1965ILW4437.jpg 
17123"I wonder whether this is going to start a new trend"Mac [Stan McMurtry]22 Jan 197017123.jpg 
11480"Don't you think it's high time you gave the cartoonists' a pragmatic talking to,
Harold?"
Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]22 Jun 196711480.jpg 
CU0961[no caption]Michael Cummings04 Mar 1964CU0961.jpg 
11787Holiday snakes and laddersIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-19799 Aug 196711787.jpg 
NG0318"Hang on Jim he hasn't started playing yet!"Nicholas Garland06 Jan 1967NG0318.jpg 
NG0301"How can I govern 55,000,000 Tired Tims with 600 Moaning Minnies?"Nicholas Garland16 Jun 1967NG0301.jpg 
11357Emmwood's International Derby Treble / Harassed Hal by AMATEUR STATESMAN out of UP THE CREEK In spite of being able to run all ways at once, not likely to get anywhere. Piped / El Nazti by HITLERIAN BLOOMERS out of EXHAUSTED PATIENCE Rank Outsider: likely to run amok. / Dr. No by FOLIE-DE-GRANDEUR out of PIQUE Aged. Should be etired to Grasse.Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]06 Jun 196711357.jpg 
06093"Provoking Europe and white Africa against us in only 14 days, we're at Waterloo already!"Michael Cummings30 Oct 196406093.jpg 
09833Cummings presents the Prime Minister's new motorcade straight from the Motor ShowMichael Cummings19 Oct 196609833.jpg 
MW2222"There was I, waiting at the church ..."Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]10 Mar 1966MW2222.jpg 
MW2379"Well if they do - we'll join it!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]14 Nov 1967MW2379.jpg 
MW2606Published caption: "I am not pro Israel. I am just Pro British and I don't ask to be anything else." Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]15 Jan 1970MW2606.jpg 
MW2343"Cheer up, George, We'll try and arrange another interview for you with David Frost on the telly."Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]27 Jun 1967MW2343.jpg 
MW2435"In the Spring a young man's fancy militantly turns:- 'He's protesting against Humpty Berkeley protesting against Tory Party protesting against the Labour Party protesting against ....' 'Great Heavens! Lancelot! Does this mean you've become a conshie?!' 'Mon Dieu - not him!'"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]20 Apr 1968MW2435.jpg 
MW2354"Guess who's top bottom."
Published captions: "CLUE : Pragmatic down to earth type. Only moves at own convenience and then dynamically."
"CLUE : Folie de Grandeur type. Free moving. Has motto of convenience 'mon dieu and I'm right.'"
"CLUE : Brotherly chump-rump. Goes naked into conference chambers. Often kicked around."
PRIZE FOR THE FIRST CORRECT RESULT. "Cut out and apply, smartly, to your favourite choice - in basic area."
Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]10 Aug 1967MW2354.jpg 
13276"In the Spring a young man's fancy militantly turns:- 'He's protesting against Humpty
Berkeley protesting against Tory Party protesting against the Labour Party protesting
against ....' 'Great Heavens! Lancelot! Does this mean you've become a conshie?!' 'Mon Dieu
- not him!'"
Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]20 Apr 196813276.jpg 
15117Westminster Players Present: - Return of 'Oliver' starring: - H. Wilson as the Artful
Dodger and Roy Jenkins as Fagin and Big Jim Callaghan as Bill Sikes
Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]15 Apr 196915117.jpg 
16879Christmas toys for girls and boysEdward McLachlan14 Dec 196916879.jpg 
11727"..Just one last word - what am I bid for this Queen Mary souvenir ashtray?"David Myers28 Sep 196711727.jpg 
06747"My worry is how Labour steers while fully sober"Michael Cummings17 Feb 196506747.jpg 
LA0024B"They've heard I'm staging a come-back..."David Langdon07 Sep 1969LA0024B.jpg 
10614"Just for kicks - how about political asylum?"David Myers06 Feb 196710614.jpg 
07356'Brotherrrrs ... 'William Papas07 Jul 196507356.jpg 
18780"I know, Harold, but you've really got to read them in the light in which they were written - which was about 40 watt with a helluva headache!"Bernard Cookson13 Oct 197018780.jpg 
07959'Oh, well, back to the drawing board'William Papas02 Nov 196507959.jpg 
20174Revealing All?Gerald Scarfe25 Apr 1971 
07695[no caption]William Papas25 Sep 196507695.jpg 
07558"O.K., Jim, this calls for a bit of our celebrated teamwork - One-two-three-SQUEEZE!"Sidney William Martin22 Aug 196507558.jpg 
09245"Old Heath trying to get rid of the Government again, I see..."Stanley Franklin24 Jun 196609245.jpg 
09289'The fact that we have job to do .. to put the country on a strong foundation is no reason why we should not enjoy ourselves.' - Mr. Wilson at the Cavern Club, Liverpool, last SaturdayRoy Dewar29 Jul 196609289.jpg 
10290[no caption]William Papas14 Dec 196610290.jpg 
06591'Say something Harold, even if it's only a pledge!'Jak [Raymond Jackson]15 Jan 196506591.jpg 
07310[no caption]Vicky [Victor Weisz]29 Jun 196507310.jpg 
10047"...Freezing fog predicted..." (Long-range forecast)Nicholas Garland17 Nov 196610047.jpg 
12808'I'm so pleased you've come forward to negotiate ... Mr...Mr...er...er..'William Papas13 Nov 196812808.jpg 
17902'But you never knew where Mexico was when you were Foreign Secretary, George.'Jon [William John Philpin Jones]02 Jun 197017902.jpg 
18221[no caption]William Papas02 May 196718221.jpg 
18160'They've made the fence too high for us to sit on!'Roy Dewar11 Nov 196618160.jpg 
06552"Pity the political truce can't last for Harold's next hundred days..."Michael Cummings27 Jan 196506552.jpg 
07604"I've got another Socialist idea - let's get tough with the unions!"Vicky [Victor Weisz]03 Sep 196507604.jpg 
07643All aboard!Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197913 Sep 196507643.jpg 
ILW4380The convalescentIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-19791965ILW4380.jpg 
MW3390"Stand back, brother! - I'm on MY way!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]1963MW3390.jpg 
MW2575"Now then George - I said A Job - not THE job!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]11 Sep 1969MW2575.jpg 
06483"Now let us give three cheers comrade delegates, for our great victory for ... er... um... Socialism."Michael Cummings13 Dec 196406483.jpg 
NG0255[No caption]Nicholas Garland10 Mar 1966 - 31 Dec 1969NG0255.jpg 
NG0070Saint George and the dragonsNicholas Garland28 Jul 1966NG0070.jpg 
18202"He certainly doesn't believe in 'Fraternity', definitely not in 'Equality', and ..."Michael Cummings01 Feb 196718202.jpg 
17100'Ridiculous - the politicians making fools of themselves!'Jon [William John Philpin Jones]19 Jan 197017100.jpg 
NG0281"...we will not shrink from unpopular policies..." "...so long as they are not unpopular with President Johnson!..."Nicholas Garland05 Oct 1967NG0281.jpg 
NG0535[No caption]Nicholas Garland09 Jan 1970NG0535.jpg 
NM0006"This New Year let's give up making resolutions."Norman Mansbridge03 Jan 1966NM0006.jpg 
VY1805"There, now we're in the right position from which to attack the Tories and win a resounding victory for-er-socialism"Vicky [Victor Weisz]06 Oct 1961VY1805.jpg 
VY3028"Now, let's take another look at it - and drop it when daddy comes home..."Vicky [Victor Weisz]19 Aug 1936 - 25 Feb 1966VY3028.jpg 
08565The Owl and the Pussycat (New play just opened in London)Stanley Franklin04 Mar 196608565.jpg 
05269"If you want to get ahead, get a hat"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]28 Apr 196405269.jpg 
11196[no caption]William Papas12 May 196711196.jpg 
12531[no caption] / "That's the first thing we can cut out - ammunition for the Navy." / "I wouldn't go in there mate with a beardlike yours."Keith Waite21 Dec 196712531.jpg 
09173Start jumping!Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197913 Jun 196609173.jpg 
08425"Another Bomb Scare"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]03 Feb 196608425.jpg 
DL3138Mum is so clever with the needleDavid Low (1891-1963)25 Feb 1955DL3138.jpg 
MW2201"Westminster Panto 'Peter Pan' - or the Brown who wouldn't grow up. Doesn't ANYBODY believe in fairies?"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]07 Dec 1965MW2201.jpg 
MW2320[no caption]Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]12 Apr 1967MW2320.jpg 
08717"Hey! Give us back our ball again, mister."Nicholas Garland31 Mar 196608717.jpg 
10653"Britain is a state whose voice is heeded by many."Nicholas Garland10 Feb 196710653.jpg 
NG0040"Ummm ... where are we now?"Nicholas Garland24 May 1966NG0040.jpg 
07072"Even if we haven't got the Dunkirk spirit, George, we've succeeded in getting ourselves a Dunkirk!"Michael Cummings09 May 196507072.jpg 
04588"Gosh, if Brown's like this in the street, what ever will he do in the china shop?"Michael Cummings30 Nov 196304588.jpg 
06025Covering up the dirty word.Severn06 Oct 196406025.jpg 
12301[no caption]Michael Cummings12 Nov 196712301.jpg 
09757"Of course we need an arms salesman - surely we aren't the only country in the world that buys white elephants?"Kenneth Mahood07 Oct 196609757.jpg 
08177"Fine them 500 pounds and they'll whack in another pay claim."
"Whisky, Gin or Breathalyser"
"If your horse wins we can afford to watch it."
Keith Waite22 Dec 196508177.jpg 
09712Poductivity? Why, we're producing more redundancies every dayWilliam Papas28 Sep 196609712.jpg 
NG0282"It shows a very shabby and sordid side that they, the Opposition should now attempt to draw petty advantage (Healey)"Nicholas Garland07 Jul 1967NG0282.jpg 
10761"Doesn't she love wearing Ian Smith's bloomers!"Glan Williams26 Feb 196710761.jpg 
10606"Sure they put out a red carpet and not a Chinese rug?" / "When are you going to be a man, like your mother?" / "It's cured his asthma, doc., but the wife and I want something for our nerves."Norman Mansbridge06 Feb 196710606.jpg 
12278"GEC have put in a bid for us."Jon [William John Philpin Jones]09 Nov 196712278.jpg 
12158"I think it is a kind of group therapy."Kenneth Mahood03 Oct 196712158.jpg 
11500Any more for Tennis?Stanley Franklin26 Jun 196711500.jpg 
12080"You'll just have to accept me as I am." / "Y ou'd think they'd show more gratitude when one or two of us pop out." / "That's Luigi - always first with something new."Keith Waite06 Oct 196712080.jpg 
12336"I can't wait to read what the teenagers think of us."Jon [William John Philpin Jones]25 Nov 196712336.jpg 
12993"The vote at 18 is all very well, George, but who wants to lose 2.5 million more votes?" / "As this pit loses 40 pounds per man per week I thought I'd Back Britain by staying away." / "I'm afraid it's your new uniform, nurse."Keith Waite29 Feb 196812993.jpg 
NG0389[no caption]Nicholas Garland04 Jul 1968NG0389.jpg 
06935"New Revenger Series, Episode 1. "Slim Callaghan strikes again ..."Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]06 Apr 196506935.jpg 
16237"Not now George - I was only rubbing my tobacco pouch!"Jak [Raymond Jackson]10 Sep 196916237.jpg 
MC1092"Heigh-ho for the open road!"Michael Cummings(Apr 1962)MC1092.jpg 
08286"At least we're expanding our production of hair shirts!"Michael Cummings12 Jan 196608286.jpg 
07186Flatten 'em cornerIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197907 Jun 196507186.jpg 
LSE9096Labour traffic problemDavid Low (1891-1963)04 Jul 1962LSE9096.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 
NG0202[No caption]Nicholas Garland10 Mar 1966 - 31 Dec 1969NG0202.jpg 
ILW4051Published caption: "Trust Grandpa! What's wrong with Blackpool? he says"Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197930 Jan 1967ILW4051.jpg 
MW2370"Reports that General De Gaulle is not well are denied - apart from a severe chill."Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]19 Oct 1967MW2370.jpg 
MW2268"Tell me more about your economic successes M'sieu."Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]13 Aug 1966MW2268.jpg 
MW3459" ... Remember, George, no emotional outbursts, don't dance any gopaks and don't tell any vulgar boatman stories."Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]19 Nov 1966MW3459.jpg 
NG0147"I've always admired Macmillan - but this is really going too far"Nicholas Garland01 May 1967NG0147.jpg 
MW2941" ... from today I, for one, will have no patience whatsoever with anyone who rocks the boat ... " H. Wilson.Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]15 Dec 1972MW2941.jpg 
NG0600"Say from whence you have this strange intelligence, or why upon this blasted heath you stop our way with such prophetic greeting?" (Macbeth)Nicholas Garland31 Jul 1970NG0600.jpg 
06070'And if I'm not mistaken, there goes ours'Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197921 Sep 196406070.jpg 
VY2673[No caption]Vicky [Victor Weisz]17 Feb 1965VY2673.jpg 
VY2651"Sure it's nothing personal, Patrick!"Vicky [Victor Weisz]22 Jan 1965VY2651.jpg 
VY2703[No caption]Vicky [Victor Weisz]31 Mar 1965VY2703.jpg 
06318Draft incomes policy ready Agreement sought by ChristmasVicky [Victor Weisz]16 Nov 196406318.jpg 
07368"Are you quite sure they've all gone home?"Keith Waite09 Jul 196507368.jpg 
06356"Tell them the Tories are to blame, Jim"William Papas11 Nov 196406356.jpg 
03324The Young Ones...Stanley Franklin06 May 196303324.jpg 
11231'Go on, try some of your hugging, George'Stanley Franklin17 May 196711231.jpg 
06299'Just a minute...'Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197920 Nov 196406299.jpg 
07103"Ah, well - back to Dunkirk"William Papas16 May 196507103.jpg 
06578"... And our grateful thanks to dockland for gumming up imports." / "I KNOW it's out of date but I can't spell 'Poseidon.'" / "I think they're squares-ville, too, but I'm stuck with a 5s. share in them."Keith Waite21 Jan 196506578.jpg 
08529"He finds this rather tame after football."
"The Chief Constable warned you. He said nothing was too extravagant to rule out."
Keith Waite04 Feb 196608529.jpg 
10244"..as our pragmatic Prime Minister pointed out, a year ago, it'll all be over in a matter of weeks!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]08 Dec 196610244.jpg 
10443[no caption]Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197909 Jan 196710443.jpg 
07174Long voyage?Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197931 May 196507174.jpg 
CU1104"To show you how well we got on with the General, here's a snap of a delightful olde worlde French courtesy which he extended to us."Michael Cummings27 Jan 1967CU1104.jpg 
12783"Nero's going too far! Not only no bread, but soon no circuses either!"Michael Cummings22 Nov 196712783.jpg 
13076"Pour encourager les autres!"Nicholas Garland28 Mar 196813076.jpg 
08120The Rickshaw taxi / The return of the Sedan chair for State occasions / The company bicycle and chauffeur for chief executives / And the most dazzling idea from Alex Issigonis - the "Boot-Mobile"Michael Cummings13 Dec 196508120.jpg 
VY3473"Brother, can you spare a vote?"Vicky [Victor Weisz]19 Aug 1936 - 25 Feb 1966VY3473.jpg 
MW1050"Are you on your way, Brother?"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]01 Oct 1962MW1050.jpg 
07472"Well - if you know a better 'ole...!"John Jensen01 Aug 196507472.jpg 
ILW3911No captionIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-19798 Jun 1965ILW3911.jpg 
16394"... and yet another Oscar for your brilliant performance as the leader of a united party!"Jak [Raymond Jackson]03 Oct 196916394.jpg 
MW2257"Cancel my Russian trip George, I'm going on a whistle stop tour of Wales!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]16 Jul 1966MW2257.jpg 
MW3433[no caption]Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]04 Jan 1966MW3433.jpg 
NG0190`Breaking up'Nicholas Garland22 Dec 1967NG0190.jpg 
11424"How can I govern 55,000,000 Tired Tims with 600 Moaning Minnies?"Nicholas Garland16 Jun 196711424.jpg 
ILW3901Published caption: The crafty, - the clever, - the energetic, - the statesmanlike, - the punctured Mr. WilsonIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197917 May 1965ILW3901.jpg 
MW2152"Famous Last Words No. 2"
Published captionst: "Is your wife a bit of all right?"
"Feel like a drink?"
"Soak the bookies, sir ... ?"
"I kiss your little hand, madam ..."
"That will leave George Brown in charge ..."
Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]19 Jun 1965MW2152.jpg 
NG0353"Pour encourager les autres!"Nicholas Garland28 Mar 1968NG0353.jpg 
18357[no caption]Michael Cummings05 Aug 197018357.jpg 
CU1086"Hope you'll still accept this cheque - after all it's only been bouncing for about 1,000
dynamic days."
Michael Cummings20 Nov 1967CU1086.jpg 
ILW3450[no caption]Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197913 December 1961ILW3450.jpg 
MW2339"O.K. George, point me at the rebels!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]10 Jun 1967MW2339.jpg 
LSE8688Caesar Gaitskell and the numerous BrutusDavid Low (1891-1963)18 Oct 1960LSE8688.jpg 
06499"If the Chancellor were really to go for gambling and speculation why did he not make
his predecessor's capital gains tax effective and make a proper job of the taxation of
gambling?" - Mr Harold Wilson, April 3 1963
Vicky [Victor Weisz]14 Dec 196406499.jpg 
06964Cartoon A: "Next thing I can see is us both going down with metal fatigue.", Cartoon B: "But BEA said 'Please try to make your own arrangements.'", Cartoon C: "Let's get this straight - a double for D1, a treble for D2 and a single for D3."Norman Mansbridge13 Apr 196506964.jpg 
06231"Bad Europeans, that's what you are!"Vicky [Victor Weisz]02 Nov 196406231.jpg 
VY3550[No caption]Vicky [Victor Weisz]16 Oct 1964 - 31 Dec 1964VY3550.jpg 
ILW3777'Sorry girls, opening night has been postponed'Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197910 Apr 1964ILW3777.jpg 
ILW4141Published caption: The scapegoat - "Me, sir...?"Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-19791 Nov 1967ILW4141.jpg 
ILW4446Anything been happening while I've been away?Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197922 Nov 1965ILW4446.jpg 
06242Not so much a programme, more a way of lifeIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197930 Nov 196406242.jpg 
17122'I got it from John Lennon - so I can go around without being recognised!'Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]22 Jan 197017122.jpg 
13690[No caption]John Jensen07 Jul 196813690.jpg 
10816"Watch it - the natives are restless tonight."Kenneth Mahood07 Mar 196710816.jpg 
12775"I hope this won't be a flop, GeorgeEmmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]28 Dec 196712775.jpg 
15541[no caption]Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197925 Oct 196315541.jpg 
07078"Now, Wigg, what about my own security?"William Papas11 May 196507078.jpg 
12400Steamrollered!Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197922 Nov 196712400.jpg 
15690"'D' day for Emmwood - 0730 hrs tomorrow invades France. Now for a bit of peace in
our time folks!'"
Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]05 Jun 196915690.jpg 
20845"I said 'he's not a bit nervous' - mind you, he's made a few jumps before!"Nicholas Garland30 Jul 197120845.jpg 
18247"Just practising! What do you mean, just practising?"Nicholas Garland19 May 196718247.jpg 
18150Puzzle: Poor farmer Wilson has lost his Minister for
European Affairs. Can you help him find one?
Nicholas Garland07 Apr 196618150.jpg 
07354"Maybe we should give George the M.B.E. for his services to entertainment!"Michael Cummings07 Jul 196507354.jpg 
NG0335[no caption] Published caption: "I have a little shadow that goes in and out with me,
And what can be the use of him is more than I can see". (R.L. Stevenson)
Nicholas Garland16 Feb 1968NG0335.jpg 
12297"Watch it. Gramps is off parade with his war stories ..." / "Enjoy your meal, chaps?" / "I see it's been YOUR turn this week, Jim ... / "Scoe one for MY sake. Tommy Docherty's chattin' away to the directors ..."David Langdon12 Nov 196712297.jpg 
VY2948Monday is St. Valentine's dayVicky [Victor Weisz]11 Feb 1966VY2948.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 
16833Just a drawing inspired by the report of Labour MPs' threat to rush onto cricket
pitches to disrupt the South African tour next year.
Edward McLachlan07 Dec 196916833.jpg 
18333"And now, the long awaited Parliamentary stakes.. They're under starter's orders..."Bernard Cookson17 Jun 197018333.jpg 
09917"There must be something wrong when everything we say can be taken down and used in evidence against us."Kenneth Mahood02 Nov 196609917.jpg 
11215"What's nice about commanding an awkward squad is that no one would dream of picking any of its chaps to replace its commanding officer!"Michael Cummings29 Sep 196711215.jpg 
MW2680"Dad's Army! To Start with - let's try marching in step!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]29 Sep 1970MW2680.jpg 
10775BEA stewardesses will continue to pour drinks down the drain - officialWilliam Papas28 Feb 196710775.jpg 
19994"Don't listen to him - he's sober"Michael Cummings29 Mar 197119994.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 
10648International Dog ShowEmmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]11 Feb 196710648.jpg 
MW3430A"The Wilson & Jenkins Laugh-in"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]16 Apr 1969MW3430A.jpg 
MW3412"It's my 'Russian Conference Chamber Type 'suit!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]08 Nov 1966MW3412.jpg 
07899"Westminster Command Performance featuring : - 'Hopeful Harold and Stonewall Smith with
their world famous cross-talk act.' 'Wee Georgie Brown - 'the never-diddy' man.' 'Jo-Jo
Grimond - everybody's sweetheart.' 'And principal boy Ted Heath in an excerpt from the
entirely new musical 'Twang''."
Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]10 Nov 196507899.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 
CU1056"They refuse to bomb the Argentinians, George, because their principles only allow them
to bomb English-speaking whites."
Michael Cummings30 Sep 1966CU1056.jpg 
10665"George - Please!!"Jak [Raymond Jackson]14 Feb 196710665.jpg 
06772"That noise? It's either a protest march of plane makers, rumblings by doctors, shouts from tobacco tycoons, Tory twerps baying in the House or Harold being worried."Vicky [Victor Weisz]11 Feb 196506772.jpg 
18101Illingworth's Nursery Guide to the Common MarketIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197917 September 196218101.jpg 
15057"Four for the Flat. 'Gunboat Diplomacy by Gun-Happy Harold out of Caribbean Caper.
Blood Money by Ruthless Ray out of Tearful Taxpayer. Union Blues by Bouncing Barbara out of
Income Policy. Brown Huff by Georgie Boy out of Mustapha Handshake.'" "Feerless long stayer; excessive criticism does not prevent him
putting his worst foot forward. Regarding Gunboats' forthcoming committments, chief stable
lad Stewart was sworn to silence." "In spite of smooth appearance is apt to lash out
mercilessly at petrified punters. Should be front runner in Budget Stakes. Can't lose - but
not fancied. Blinkered." "Made made showing in Dagenham Nursery Stakes, one of the longest
cross country races in history. carrying a purse of a few pounds with #40 million added.
Neighs prettily." "After being restricted to grass for some months, this gay little horse
has made a welcome return to the form book. Should liven up many a bogged-down dinner with
tales of his classic performances."
Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]22 Mar 196915057.jpg 
16951[No caption]Nicholas Garland24 Dec 196916951.jpg 
VY2639"Vicky's New Year Honours List"Vicky [Victor Weisz]01 Jan 1965VY2639.jpg 
AH0292[No caption]Arthur Horner19 Jun 1970AH0292.jpg 
RS0114The unhappy clownRalph Steadman06 Jun 1970RS0114.jpg 
RS0073[No Caption] Ralph Steadman1960sRS0073.jpg 
04486'What I can't understand, is why anyone wants the job'William Papas14 Oct 196304486.jpg 
09670"G-gosh! Who is he going to be today - Martin Luther or John Calvin?"Michael Cummings21 Sep 196609670.jpg 
08314"Now don't say a word ... you'll spoil all that Mr. Heath has done for us."Jon [William John Philpin Jones]19 Jan 196608314.jpg 
06024Let's go with Labour! -1Severn05 Oct 196406024.jpg 
06047Opening barrageIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197914 Sep 196406047.jpg 
07452"Don't look now, but the Teddy-boy era's back!"Stanley Franklin29 Jul 196507452.jpg 
07364"By jove - he's still here!"William Papas08 Jul 196507364.jpg 
08491"Something, George, has gone wrong with the script"Sidney William Martin20 Feb 196608491.jpg 
09326"My Fred isn't worried about Vietnam, my Fred's worried about Uruguay." / "How come we never heard of him when he was Minister of Technology?" / "Says here the French might not let us in."Keith Waite11 Jul 196609326.jpg 
10225"Cut it out Harold, you're home now."Jon [William John Philpin Jones]05 Dec 196610225.jpg 
10039"Don't disturb yourself Harold - they're all white!"Jak [Raymond Jackson]15 Nov 196610039.jpg 
12335Have you got a compass?William Papas29 Nov 196712335.jpg 
12286Celtic may have started something when they fined their players 250 pounds / "Wow! now look what they've sent up." / "With a politician in charge what did you expect?"Keith Waite10 Nov 196712286.jpg 
13672[no caption]Trog [Wally Fawkes]03 Jul 196813672.jpg 
13003Hard luck, Harold. I'm afraid it's a swing to the Tories of over 20,940.Kenneth Mahood29 Mar 196813003.jpg 
11076EMERGENCY NUMBER 10 "Now it's made stars of us, Doc, how about killing it off before it
dies of old age?"
Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]20 Apr 196711076.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 
05247[no caption]Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]05 Mar 196405247.jpg 
AH0157A victory for the leadershipArthur Horner07 Oct 1966AH0157.jpg 
AH0166"When body is torn by strong cross-currents, best for head to keep out of water..."Arthur Horner03 Feb 1967AH0166.jpg 
07486End of term, 'Wilson minimus - if i could have your attention for a moment...'Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-19794 August 196507486.jpg 
MW3427"Stop worrying about the future - we might lose!" Emmwood's View. Waterloo Day 1070.Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]1970MW3427.jpg 
VY3104"On behalf of my Rt. Hon. friend behind me..."Vicky [Victor Weisz]01 Aug 1960 - 25 Jan 1963VY3104.jpg 
08189"Why this fuss about Barbara Castle not being able to drive? We can't drive either!"Michael Cummings24 Dec 196508189.jpg 
MW2361"We MIGHT look ridiculous, George, but come winter we'll need all the love, understanding and happy happenings we can get!"
Published caption:- "We might look ridiculous, George, but come winter we'll need all the love, understanding and happy happenings we can get!"
Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]02 Sep 1967MW2361.jpg 
NG0450[No caption]Nicholas Garland31 Mar 1969NG0450.jpg 
NG0002Clay v Terrell fight off ... on ... off ...Nicholas Garland11 Mar 1966NG0002.jpg 
MW3467[no caption]Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]07 Oct 1967MW3467.jpg 
NG0051"White to play"Nicholas Garland20 Jun 1966NG0051.jpg 
18190'First things first, brothers - what's happening about D'Oliveira?'Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]26 Jan 196718190.jpg 
09540'Sit still, and you shallknow what driving really is, for you are in the hands of the famous, the skillful, the entirely fearless Toad! With acknoledgement to Kenneth GrahamIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197912 August 196609540.jpg 
VY2646Life or death of a salesmanVicky [Victor Weisz]15 Jan 1965VY2646.jpg 
VY2788"We're not going slow - we're going full steam ahead!"Vicky [Victor Weisz]14 Jul 1965VY2788.jpg 
04829"I don't think your pipe's doing you any less harm then my cigarette, Harold - not with that tobacco of yours in it"William Papas13 Jan 196404829.jpg 
06564"We've a fifty-fifty chance of getting him in at Huyton - if you'd stand down, Harold!"Jak [Raymond Jackson]23 Jan 196506564.jpg 
16886"Right, now we'll do a bit of negotiation .."Stanley Franklin15 Dec 196916886.jpg 
18166"... the tide is right, the time is right, the winds are right..."Kenneth Mahood16 Nov 196618166.jpg 
09056"Gentlemen! Maybe it's time we did something about the crime wave - the Prime Minister's been kidnapped!"Michael Cummings27 May 196609056.jpg 
09454"Officer! Get me the Official Receiver - I can do with his services too"Michael Cummings13 Jul 196609454.jpg 
AH0167Reading the minutesArthur Horner10 Feb 1967AH0167.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 
10276U.N. SanctionsIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-19797 Dec 196610276.jpg 
ILW3709Published caption: Eleventh hour adjustmentsIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197915 October 1963ILW3709.jpg 
06986Easter BreakJohn Jensen18 Apr 196506986.jpg 
16641"Is there any truth, Your Highness, in the rumour that you are going to build a mini-palace with all the bricks you've dropped?"Michael Cummings12 Nov 196916641.jpg 
06286"But, Harold, now that we're hated by our friends are well as our enemies we ought to have more arms..."Michael Cummings21 Nov 196406286.jpg 
01987Vicky's Silly Season. No 2 - More exclusive news items from everywhereVicky [Victor Weisz]10 Aug 196201987.jpg 
06570Must have been seeing thingsStanley Franklin22 Jan 196506570.jpg 
07070"'Listen' is the word. Listen, certainly."William Papas08 May 196507070.jpg 
07092"That bit about not including baronetcies and knighthoods for political purposes didn't mention peerages, did it?"William Papas14 May 196507092.jpg 
07494"Just in case we run out of gold." / "Notice this small print? - 'Made in Hong Kong.'" / "If this don't sell petrol, 'arry, nothing will."Keith Waite05 Aug 196507494.jpg 
07728"... When man to man the world o'er shall brothers be for a' that..." (Except Commonwealth immigrants)Vicky [Victor Weisz]30 Sep 196507728.jpg 
08798"This House of decay, incompetence... sorry, that's Bernard Levin's speech."Jon [William John Philpin Jones]21 Apr 196608798.jpg 
08127Widespread FloodingStanley Franklin13 Dec 196508127.jpg 
08089"With 12,000,000,000 pills a year to choose from, can I help if I make one mistake?" / "Don't say dam, say Kariba."Keith Waite07 Dec 196508089.jpg 
08854"But, Chancellor, I had to take two months off work to answer your new income tax questionnaire"Michael Cummings18 Apr 196608854.jpg 
12562"I think this is the moment of truth."Kenneth Mahood29 Dec 196712562.jpg 
10430"Hang on Jim he hasn't started playing yet!"Nicholas Garland06 Jan 196710430.jpg 
10755Baa Baa Black SheepIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197924 Feb 196710755.jpg 
12780[no caption]Kenneth Mahood13 Feb 196812780.jpg 
17831"... And not a **** mention for any of us."Keith Waite20 May 197017831.jpg 
NG0325"Should auld acquaintance be forgot..."Nicholas Garland01 Jan 1968NG0325.jpg 
18268[no caption]Leslie Gibbard20 Jun 197018268.jpg 
16180[no caption]Leslie Gibbard01 Sep 196916180.jpg 
16872'Really, chaps, the intrigue in big business is quite apalling.'Jon [William John Philpin Jones]12 Dec 196916872.jpg 
18183[no caption]Kenneth Mahood24 Jan 196718183.jpg 
20835"Ssh, everybody - I think he's trying to tell us something at last!..."Paul Rigby29 Jul 197120835.jpg 
05737'Another boob, Harold! What you need is three weeks on the Costa Brava'Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-19793 Jul 196405737.jpg 
07188"No, there's nothing wrong with the bank's computer! This one simply bounced!"Michael Cummings02 Jun 196507188.jpg 
AH0407AChristmas coverArthur Horner30 Dec 1966AH0407A.jpg 
ILW3732I want to hold your hand...yeah!yeah!yeah?Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-19791 Jan 1964ILW3732.jpg 
JJ0178[No caption]John Jensen07 Jul 1968JJ0178.jpg 
LSE9173Leadership without tearsDavid Low (1891-1963)07 Feb 1963LSE9173.jpg 
CU1095"Good heavens, George, I don't care what Ho Chi-min thinks of my peace proposals - it's
what Ho Chi-Foot, Ho Chi-Driberg, Ho Chi-Zilliacus & Co think that's important."
Michael Cummings04 Jan 1967CU1095.jpg 
11941"That's right George! The public mustn't be given a moment of time to think about laughing at ME!"Michael Cummings11 Sep 196711941.jpg 
05244"Queensberry Rules, indeed! Never forget, Harold, we're fighting a product of the public school jungle.."Michael Cummings09 Mar 196405244.jpg 
CU1116"I spy strangers..."Michael Cummings05 May 1967CU1116.jpg 
10605"Little man! Take me to your leader!"Michael Cummings06 Feb 196710605.jpg 
09496The hobble skirt - to prevent the ebullient wearer putting his foot in it / Ready-reckoner patterned stockings for those who find sums difficult / The ever-contracting mini-skirt called "My Reputation" - made of shrinking pound notes / ... to be worn with protective bootees to prevent legs being pulled by President JohnsonMichael