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A sinking Venezuela and Britain’s Brexit woes

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The best cartoons of the day, chosen by editors at ThePrint.

The selected cartoons appeared first in other publications, either in print or online, or on social media, and are credited appropriately.

Cartoon by Tjeerd Royaards

Cartoonist Tjeerd Royaards illustrates the crisis in Venezuela where President Nicolas Maduro faces increased defections after opposition leader Juan Guaidó proclaimed himself as the interim president amid a social and political crisis. Guaidó has been recognised by the US, Canada and other regional powers.

Cartoon by Angel Boligan

Angel Boligan appears to depict that the reason for the Venezuelan crisis, which has seen the US back opposition leader Guaido, is the country’s oil reserves.

Cartoon by: Andy Davey

Cartoonist Andy Davey takes a jibe at Queen Elizabeth addressing U.K. politicians, asking them in vain, to stop bickering over Brexit and urging lawmakers to seek common ground to resolve the crisis.

Cartoon by: Ben Jennings

Ben Jennings, in The Weekend, takes digs at James Dyson, the British billionaire and Brexit backer, who recently moved the headquarters of vacuum cleaner company from Britain to Singapore and at British Prince Philip,on his part in the car crash that has sparked a controversy.

Peter Brooks

Peter Brooks for The Times also takes a jibe at the car crash involving Prince Philip. The 97-year-old had sparked controversy after he was photographed, less than 48 hours after the crash, driving without a seat-belt.


Cartoon by: Martin Rowson

Martin Rowson for the New European illustrates the tryst between British Prime Minister Theresa May and Labour Party leader Jim Corbyn over the no-deal Brexit crisis.

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