Fraser Nelson

Congratulations, Michael Heath

Congratulations, Michael Heath
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Last night, Michael Heath, The Spectator’s brilliant cartoon editor, won a lifetime achievement award at the Cartoon Art Trust Awards – and what a lifetime. His first illustrations for The Spectator appeared in the mid-1950s, and have long since become a mainstay of the magazine. To mark this special talent, we've pasted a selection of his cartoons, from across the decades, below. So congratulations, Michael. And here's to the next 55 years.

1950s: 11 December, 1959

1960s: 24 April, 1974

1970s: 1 April, 1978

1980s: 3 April, 1982

1990s: 22 March, 1997

2000s: 21 November, 2009

Written byFraser Nelson

Fraser Nelson is the editor of The Spectator. He is also a columnist with The Daily Telegraph, a member of the advisory board of the Centre for Social Justice and the Centre for Policy Studies.

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