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Tony Elliot

18 Jul 2020
Tony Elliot who rocketed to the heights of success when he masterminded the first copy of Time Out in 1968 during his summer break from Keele University has died at the age of 73. He put together the first issue from his mum's kitchen table, which focused on youth fashion and culture in London. It…

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