“O wad some poer the giftie gie us, To see oursels as ithers see us!” 7 Jan­u­ary 1920. Field­fare claims Poy first brought Churchill’s under­sized hats into promi­nence and satire: “Win­ston, point­ing to the tiny hat (marked “Office”) perched pre­car­i­ous­ly on his head, telling Labour, ‘You couldn’t wear a hat like this. It would make you look so silly.’”

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