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In today’s featured image, Adam Zyglis has a congratulatory message for the graduating class of 2020, one that is punctuated by harsh reminders of student debt, unemployment, coronavirus and climate change.
Dave Brown takes UK Health Secretary Matt Hancock’s statement claiming that Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s government threw a ‘protective ring‘ around care homes, a little too literally.
Kevin Siers pokes fun at the anti-lockdown protesters across the world and highlights how dangerous their stance is, by comparing it to the blackouts during World War II. During the war, people in UK and US used to switch off their lights to allow combat ships and planes to sail and fly undetected by enemies.
After China’s proposed move to impose security laws that threaten Hong Kong’s autonomy, Morten Morland depicts the game played by President Xi Jinping, one that openly discusses coronavirus but stifles basic rights in Hong Kong.
Bob Moran takes a jibe at people who are quite comfortably spending their time away from work at home. A little too comfortably.
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