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In today’s featured cartoon, Brian Adcock comments on the UK government’s two contradictory programmes — offering 50 per cent discount on dining in and plans to restrict unhealthy meals to tackle obesity.
Adam Zyglis takes a swipe at the backlash to wearing masks in the US.
Andy Davey has a take on UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s confusing guidelines regarding the shielding programme, in which certain people were advised to take extra precautions, to avoid second national lockdown.
Kevin Siers is no fan of US Attorney General William Barr, whom Democratic representative Pramila Jayapal dubbed as President Donald Trump’s henchman. The top US Justice Department official, who is supposed to be neutral, has been accused of siding with the president on a number of issues.
Marshall Ramsey mocks the decision of the Southeastern Conference (SEC), an American college athletic conference, to re-start its American football season from 26 September.
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