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In today’s featured cartoon, Dave Brown takes a dig at the latest NHS figures that show that there has been a decline in General Practitioner services during British Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s tenure.
Adam Zyglis indicates that there has been an addition in house rules this Thanksgiving in the US, one that doesn’t involve any fact checking.
Speaking of Thanksgiving, Latuff illustrates a Yemeni’s wish to rather be a turkey, alluding to the US’s role in the civil war in Yemen. The US has backed the Saudi bombing in the war-torn country.
Burton takes a jibe at the €808,000 worth giant printer, which was bought by the Irish Parliament and became a source of ‘bad press’ (quite literally so).
Beaumont pokes fun at Prince Andrew’s infamous interview where he did a poor job of defending his relationship with late convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.
Siers jokes about US President Donald Trump’s habit of pardoning war criminals. Trump pardoned Clint Lorance, a former Army officer serving a 19-year sentence for murdering two civilians, and Major Mathew Golsteyn, accused of killing an unarmed Afghan.
Wolterink weighs in on the United States extending help to protesters in Hong Kong.