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  • Updates will occur of course when significant news breaks, but in the meantime, catch up on The Eye's coverage of the potential government shutdown and check The Fed Page and PostPolitics for the latest from across Washington.

    The Federal Eye rests, briefly 2011

  • Since then, a larger one has been built in Asia -- but that's just a testament to the Eye's popularity.

    What I Did on My Summer Vacation, part 5 2009

  • Trivia snippet: football instigated in 2009 the Eye's now tedious Pseudo Names column – when Carl Isleunited wrote to complain how football was infiltrating everything, a sentiment at once echoed by Ray Throvers and Lew Tontown.

    Fifty years of Private Eye's eccentric eye view of sport | Frank Keating 2011

  • Among The Federal Eye's loyal readers are folks working in the think tank/"good government"/public policy world, so it's always news when one of its leaders move on.

    OMB Watch founder leaving Ed O 2010

  • This inaugural exhibition in the Open Eye's new gallery, purpose-built slap-bang in Liverpool's Waterfront cultural quarter, features Mitch Epstein's momentous photo-documents of the American Dream gone to hell.

    This week's new exhibitions 2011

  • And for god sakes, make sure Snake Eye's costume doesn't have lips!

    Collider’s GI JOE 2 Scoop Confirmed – 2010

  • This show has work by some of Private Eye's sharpest caricaturists, including the magazine's co-founder, Willie Rushton; Gerald Scarfe, who created the artwork and puppet designs for Pink Floyd's The Wall; and Ralph Steadman, gonzo illustrator of Hunter S Thompson's Fear And Loathing In Las Vegas.

    This week's new exhibitions 2011

  • Private Eye's number crunching column put it best: the government is increasing its overseas budget by £4bn over the next four years because "we have a moral responsibility" to poorer countries – but cutting £46m from the World Service, depriving 30m people of vital coverage, because the WS "is not immune from spending constraints".

    Rewind radio: One block in Harlem; A coat, a Hat and a Gun; | review 2011

  • Further guffaws come from Private Eye's speech-bubble covers, which chart the magazine's evolution.

    This week's new exhibitions 2011

  • The Federal Eye's friends at Fox 5 D.C. wanted to know and asked him to answer those questions on Friday's "Fox 5 Morning News."

    How much do lawmakers earn? (Video) Ed O 2010


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