Cartooning has long been associated with the print industry* so it is only natural that the artists have been interested in the Leveson Inquiry report into the Culture, Media and Ethics of the Press. It was delivered yesterday, as Dave Brown of The Independent notes.
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Bob Moran in The Daily Telegraph imagines Lord Justice Leveson receiving his morning paper.
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Mr Murdoch is a recurring motif in this drawing made by Steve Bell in The Guardian.
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Peter Brookes in The Times takes a tangential look at the weaknesses in the job Lord Justice Leveson was asked to do by the Prime Minister, or, in political speak the missing bits of the terms of reference.
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And why was he asked to make this report? It was something about the power of black and white, thinks Matthew Buck in Tribune.
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The coalition Government is already falling out about what the report has recommended, as captured by Andy Davey in The Sun.
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Clearly, it is time for a drink, courtesy of Jonathan Pugh.
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Mike Turner makes a (long term) prediction.
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The rows resulting from the Leveson report are unlikely to be over by this Christmas, or next.
© Royston Robertson. Reader's Digest 2011 @ Procartoonists.org
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* It’s about more than just paper nowadays.