Category — Bloghorn Cartoon Pick of the Week
One: Mike Williams in The Spectator: “Excuse me, could you pass me that magazine?”
Two: Martin Rowson in The Guardian: Waiting for the Iraq inquiry
Three: Morten Morland in The Times: Too many twits
July 31, 2009 No Comments
One: Harry Venning’s Clare in the Community in The Guardian: lucky swines
Two: Garry Trudeau’s Doonesbury: a prime Twit
Three: Ed McLachlan in Private Eye: doodle bug
July 24, 2009 3 Comments
One: Christian Adams in The Telegraph on the chase for the pink vote
Two: Hector Breeze in The Spectator: “It is suggested that one reign for a bit without pay.”
Three: And finally, Peter Brookes in The Times on trouble at No. 11
July 10, 2009 1 Comment
One: Jonathan Pugh in The Times on teacher re-training
Two: Peattie and Taylor from Alex in the Daily Telegraph on forward thinking
Three: …and Bloghorn‘s own Royston Robertson in the Readers Digest on student hijinks
July 3, 2009 No Comments
One: Christian Adams in the Daily Telegraph: on the Iraq inquiry
Two: Kipper Williams in The Guardian on bankers
Three: Glen LeLievre in Prospect in Narnia
June 26, 2009 No Comments
MPs are back in the news again with the release of their heavily blacked-out expense reports, so Bloghorn has a special round-up of the best of the redacted, censored and otherwise obscured cartoons for the week ending the 19th June 2009.
One: Matt in the Daily Telegraph gives us a historical perspective on the story.
Two: Mac in the Daily Mail shows us a sneak preview of the upcoming Iraq enquiry testimony from Gordon Brown.
Three: There’s a brand-spanking new ceremonial role in the Houses of Parliament in Peter Brookes cartoon for The Times…
Four: …whilst Dave Brown lets it all hang out in the open for the Independent
Five: Steve Bell in The Guardian goes with Tony Blair’s knowledge of torture in interrogations.
Six: It’s all done in the best possible taste for Andy Davey in the Sun
Note: in the spirit of openness, and unlike the Goverment, Bloghorn believes that you should know all about this. Simply highlight the text above to reveal the redacted sections.
June 19, 2009 No Comments
One: Dan Wasserman in the Boston Globe on job cuts at his own paper
Two: Nick Newman in Private Eye: on the latest resignation.
Three: and Morten Morland of The Times on the travails of PM Gordon Brown.
June 12, 2009 No Comments
One: Matt from the Daily Telegraph on Gordon in isolation.
Two: Mick Stevens in the New Yorker on modern publishing.
Three: and finally, Mac in the Daily Mail on picking the new cabinet- “Mrs Perkins. How would you like to be Home Secretary?”
June 5, 2009 No Comments
One: Morten Mørland in The Times on following orders
Two: Len Hawkins in Prospect on getting your kids into the right school
Three: and Paul Noth in The New Yorker in a dark alley…
May 15, 2009 No Comments
One: Matt in the Daily Telegraph: Atishoo!
Two: Ros Asquith in The Guardian on loyal service
Three: Alex Matthews in Prospect on projecting the right image
May 8, 2009 No Comments