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The Penguin Book of Brexit Cartoons Not For Many Years Has There Been Such A Divisive Issue As Brexit, And Like All Divisive Issues It Has Provided A Bonanza For Cartoonists This Generous Selection Of Pocket Cartoons Captures The Sheer Bewilderment And Exasperation Which Have Bedevilled Us All Since The ReferendumSome Of The Cartoons Favour One Side Or The Other, But Most Celebrate Or At Least Commemorate A Period Of Unique Bafflement With The Emphasis Much On Ordinary People Than On The Politicians, The Penguin Book Of Brexit Cartoons Will Bring Together At Christmas Time Even The Most Riven Families


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8 thoughts on “The Penguin Book of Brexit Cartoons

  1. says:

    This country, suffering at the hands of the least competent government and the least competent opposition in many decades, is about to take a most profound jump that will have an impact for decades to come much of it bad, I suspect Ahead of the week when Parliament will be voting on the PM s proposal it is hard to know whether to laugh or cry This book brings an occasional s


  2. says:

    Bought for our son but have taken a sneak preview I am tempted to say that it s a test of British Citizenship see the one on Meghan Markle ,i.e if you can t laugh at this i.e yourself however you voted you re not BritishMost of the cartoons are from The Spectator, Daily Mail, Telegraph Private Eye and the independent cartoonist Richard Jolley I can t find any from The Guardian who ma


  3. says:

    Laughing is better than crying.


  4. says:

    Attracted by the classical old Penguin cover, and hoping to get at least a smile out of Brexit, I ordered the book Perhaps the absurdity of Brexit by far exceeds the imaginings of these cartoonists, who seem to be intent on making a painfully obvious point than aiming at a sensitive spot and tickling Typical of the banality this slim volume exudes is the picture of a couple at a party wondering How m


  5. says:

    Brexit is, of course, no laughing matter If the United Kingdom does actually go through with this and turn its back on the world to go it alone it will lead to renewed calls for an Independent Scotland who voted to Remain in the EU and a re unification of Ireland The United Kingdom will be no Still it has existed since 1707 so it has had a good run It is a high price to pay for a blue passport though but at l


  6. says:

    Utterly unfunny, tedious and repetitive with no nuance or subtlety Little black and white cartoons Don t waste your money.


  7. says:

    The cartoons were mostly funny but some themes were a bit repetitive, ie than one cartoonist having the same idea It could have been better edited to only include the very best of each theme rather than include several which were just the same joke told in a slightly different way.The recipient it was a gift was mostly happy with it despite that one criticism It s worth buying for someone with a particular interest in Brexit P


  8. says:

    A book for Now Whatever your view of Brexit The cartoons are fun Very pleased I ordered this book.


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