When Graham Sutherland's expressive portrait of Churchill was attacked by an affronted admirer of Winston, the late artist confessed that it was the best possible boost to a flagging career. Is it too cheeky to suggest that last week's bomb attack on the MI6 building at Vauxhall Cross is precisely what Terry Farrell needs to bring his considerable work back to the forefront of a fickle public consciousness within the UK?
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