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Journalist Richard Ingrams: 'The Lord Lucan case nearly bankrupted us'

Richard Ingrams, 84, co-founded the satirical magazine Private Eye in 1961 and became editor in 1963, a post he retained until 1986. He was a regular on BBC Radio 4’s The News Quiz for two decades and a long-standing columnist for The Observer and The Independent. He was also the founding editor of The Oldie. He has written numerous books, including biographies of Malcolm Muggeridge and William Cobbett. He lives in Berkshire with his wife, Sara.
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Sir Lucan outdoes Wordsworth in Yeats Stakes

Aidan O’Brien’s Sir Lucan just edged out his better-fancied stablemate Wordsworth in a tough tussle for the Irish Stallion Farms EBF Yeats Stakes at Navan. Sir Lucan is on the fringes of the Derby reckoning for his powerhouse stable, but was only eighth in a trial on his return at Sandown last month.
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The Guardian

From the archive, 1975: hunt for Lord Lucan goes on – just

It would be unfair on Scotland Yard to say that the police had given up the search for Lord Lucan but it would also be a gross distortion of the facts to pretend that a massive investigation is still being mounted to find him. Although the gaming earl is still...
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