Leveson and more cartoonists

December 3, 2012 in Comment, General, News

The post Leveson debate rumbles on, with much talk of regulation, self-regulation and the slighty painful sounding statutory underpinning. So, following on from our earlier round-up of Leveson cartoons, we present further takes on the media story of the year, starting with Morten Morland in The Times.

© Morten Morland. The Times @ Procartoonists.org

© Morten Morland. The Times @ Procartoonists.org

Steve Bright in The Sun has a typically colourful take on the topic of crusading celebrities, in which the cartoonist makes a cameo appearance.

© Steve Bright. The Sun @ Procartoonists.org

© Steve Bright. The Sun @ Procartoonists.org

Matt of the Daily Telegraph has a festive take on Leveson.

© Matt Pritchett. The Daily Telegraph @ Procartoonists.org

© Matt Pritchett. The Daily Telegraph @ Procartoonists.org

Gary Barker in Tribune looks at the fall-out for the key protagonists.

© Gary Barker. Tribune @ Procartoonists.org

© Gary Barker. Tribune @ Procartoonists.org

Martin Rowson in The Guardian suspects that Rupert Murdoch thinks the Leveson report is good for only one thing.

© Martin Rowson. The Guardian @ Procartoonists.org

© Martin Rowson. The Guardian @ Procartoonists.org

Banx in the Financial Times on the notion of, ahem, self-regulation.

© Jeremy Banx. Financial Times @ Procartoonists.org

© Jeremy Banx. Financial Times @ Procartoonists.org

Mac of the Mail imagines a post-regulation media.

© Stan McMurtry. Daily Mail @ Procartoonists.org

© Stan McMurtry. Daily Mail @ Procartoonists.org

Tim Sanders at Socialist Worker Online wonders who is really in charge.

© Tim Sanders. Socialist Worker Online @ Procartoonists.org

© Tim Sanders. Socialist Worker Online @ Procartoonists.org

And, just for the LOLs, and as text-messaging turns 20, an older Leveson cartoon from Alex Hughes.

© Alex Hughes. Tribune @ Procartoonists.org

© Alex Hughes. Tribune @ Procartoonists.org

1 response to Leveson and more cartoonists

  1. Nice collection. Gary’s is the best Brooks caricature – as a non-caricaturist, I always think she’s hard to draw – not pretty, not ugly – sort of outstandingly plain. And Stan’s is a lovely hark-back to Giles.

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