Politics: Seeing eye to Private Eye

Labour MP Bob Marshall-Andrews went head to head with Private Eye editor Ian Hislop at Cancer Research UK's 'Turn the Tables' event last week. Marshall-Andrews, who famously conceded defeat at the 2005 General Election only to find out later he had retained his seat in Medway, was given a rare opportunity to grill Hislop. CRUK hoped to raise £80,000 from the fundraising lunch, which also saw former Tory MP Michael Howard pitted against BBC political editor Nick Robinson.

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