The selected cartoons appeared first in other publications, either in print or online, or on social media, and are credited appropriately.
In today’s featured cartoon, Adam Zyglis takes a dig at US President Donald Trump asking officials to reduce Covid-19 testing even though the country has the highest number of cases and deaths in the world.
Carlos Latuff throws light on the plight of immigrants in US detention facilities, after 11 detainees from a detention centre in Texas tested positive for coronavirus.
Dave Brown pokes fun at UK’s Labour Party leader Keir Starmer questioning Prime Minister Boris Johnson on the effectiveness of the test and trace system, even as the government announced that lockdown restrictions will be eased in the country from 4 July.
Christian Adams throws light on the ‘cash for favours’ scandal in UK’s conservative party. Documents have revealed that Housing Secretary Robert Jenrick approved a planning development project backed by billionaire Richard Desmond two weeks before he donated to the party.
Martin Rowson pokes fun at UK Health Secretary Matt Hancock’s warning that beaches in the country will be closed if people don’t maintain social distancing after thousands flocked to the Dorset coast Thursday.
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