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In seconds, you're learning all sorts of great information or watching fun videos. 59 Ownership edit The magazine is owned by an eclectic group of people, officially published through the mechanism of a limited company called Pressdram Ltd, 60 which was bought as an "off the shelf" company by Peter Cook in November 1961. 43 The first person to successfully sue Private Eye was the writer Colin Watson, who objected to the magazine's description of him as "the little-known author who. To the mid-1980s, the magazine was represented by human rights lawyer Geoffrey Bindman. "Official Apology" or "Product Recall" spoofs the official apologies and product recall notices that newspapers are mandated to print. Hom Sap by David Austin. "Police Log Neasden Central Police Station" a fictional police station log, satirising current police policies that are met with general contempt and/or disdain.