Tag Archives: cartoons

Private Or Public

I came across a cartoon in the Economist today… …under which was written: The conventions highlighted a new political faultline: not between left and right, but between open and closed… Across Europe, the politicians with momentum are those who argue that … Continue reading

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Unwelcome at the Welcome Inn

For the past week or so I’ve been toying with an idea for a cartoon of someone sitting smoking outside a pub. I thought of a number of possible variations on it, including sitting outside a derelict or ruined pub. … Continue reading

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Two-faced Europe

I had an idea for a cartoon (right) that showed two faces of Europe. On the top, a stream of Syrian refugees/immigrants – some wearing burqas, with jihadis and suicide bombers mixed in – are stepping off a boat and … Continue reading

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Healthy Cooking Tips – Sausage, Egg, and Beans

(Left Eye View) Try to find, somewhere at the back of the fridge: 1 Sausage. 1 Egg. 1 tin of Baked Beans. . . . . Clear a space for your frying pan on the cooker by pushing aside saucepans … Continue reading

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Zika Virus

Guardian: The World Health Organisation has convened an emergency committee to discuss the “explosive” spread of the Zika virus, which is linked to thousands of birth defects in Latin America. “Last year the disease was detected in the Americas, where … Continue reading

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The Toxic World of Tobacco Control

In sketching out yesterday the Manichaean Universe of Tobacco Control, I ended up with their bizarre economic model of the world, in which everything that was on sale was both addictive and poisonous. It was a world in which consumers … Continue reading

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Lambs To The Slaughter

Some readers may remember that I did a few cartoons back in Jan/Feb, and threatened to do more. But I largely gave up because they just took far too long. I was drawing them on paper, and then scanning them into … Continue reading

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