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In today’s featured cartoon, Kevin Siers illustrates the Republicans’ criticism of the impeachment inquiry against US President Donald Trump, which was formalised by the Democrat-led House of Representatives this week.
Adam Zyglis also weighs in on the formalisation of the impeachment inquiry against Donald Trump by the US House of Representatives.
Peter Brookes likens US President Donald Trump’s endorsement as a kiss of death for UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson, ahead of UK elections next month. The third figure depicted is Johnson’s adviser Dominic Cummings.
As candidates gear up for Britain’s general election on 12 December, Martin Rowson takes a dig at Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s efforts to appeal to voters.
Brian Adcock suggests foods standards in the UK could take a hit if UK Prime Minister Johnson goes through with a US trade deal after Brexit. The US reportedly wants “comprehensive access” for its farmers’ products in the deal, including chlorine-washed chicken and hormone-boosted beef — products whose import is limited by European Union rules.