Snap! A Cartoon Pick of the Week Special
This can be seen in the national press today as three heavyweight cartoonists give their take on Lord Goldsmith appearing before the Chilcot Inquiry into the Iraq war.
One: Peter Brookes in The Times suggests he was leant on
Two: Steve Bell in The Guardian thinks pressure was applied
Three: Dave Brown in The Independent on suggests arm-twisting
Of course, all these cartoonists are working at the same time, operating under the same time pressures – there’s no suggestion of copying! – which makes it all the more a fascinating insight into the way cartoonists’ minds work. Thanks to Andy Davey for drawing it to our attention.