Things that no longer exist (according to UK government)

Ralph Underhill

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This cartoon begins the the headline “Things that no longer exist (according to UK government)”. Beneath this headline is the following illustrated list.

“Hungry children” illustrated with a football shirt with the number “10” and word “Rashford” on it.

“Police brutality” illustrated with a police baton hitting a masked person on the head.

“Institutional racism” illustrated with a billboard van with the words “here illegally?” and a pair of handcuffs on the side.

“Accountability” illustrated with two brown envelops, one labelled “bullying hush fund” the other labelled “contracts for our mates”.

 

 

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