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  • Private Eye sees sales spike in tough political times
  • Private Eye sees sales spike in tough political times
    Private Eye (2016) ©
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Private Eye sees sales spike in tough political times

What do Margaret Thatcher and Donald Trump have in common? Both have been held responsible for boosting the sales of UK-based, satirical news magazine Private Eye. Because people of all generations know that when times are tough, it’s good to have a laugh.

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