The widow of great Mirror editor Hugh Cudlipp
, she was a talented and respected journalist in her own right.
He always carried two of the dentures with him, and he valued the skill of his dentist, Wilfred Fish, who worked with Cudlipp
, so much, that he nominated him for a knighthood.
My father used to say he could tell how the war was going by how far they flew," related Cudlipp
Three years later he produced a number of caricatures as illustrations to Bouverie Ballads (1955), a collection of topical comic verses by Percy Cudlipp
(then editor of the Daily Herald), which were originally published in the News Chronicle and Punch.
83, 84-85 (2002) (explaining that athletes generally use steroids in cycles of six to twelve weeks); Chris Street, Jose Antonio & David Cudlipp
, Androgen Use by Athletes: A Reevaluation of the Health Risks, 21 CANADIAN J.
Det Insp John Cudlipp
, who led the investigation, said: "They came across a number of English persons and a number of Dutch.
Also from Pimlico we have: Ruth Dudley Edwards' Newspapermen: Hugh Cudlipp
, Cecil Harmsworth King and the Glory Days of Fleet Street ([pounds sterling]12.
Others include singer and actress Tessie O'Shea (1913-95), rug by player Clem Thomas (1929-196) and journalist/publisher Hugh Cudlipp
After years spent studying the archives, Cudlipp
says advertising has become much faster, especially with the advent of the internet.
The nomination for the Hugh Cudlipp
Award for excellence in tabloid journalism means our campaign is in line for three newspaper "Oscars".
Although the long-term effects of use are currently unknown, short-term anabolic steroid use has been associated with liver disease, altered blood lipids, infertility, increased risk of injury, suicide, homicide, heart attack, and cancer (Brower, 1998; Street, Antonio, & Cudlipp
Acknowledgments: I am grateful for the help and support received from the Director of the History of Advertising Trust (HAT), Michael Cudlipp
and the Archive Manager there, Margaret Garrod.