This can be seen in the national press today as three heavyweight cartoonists give their take on Lord Goldsmith appearing before the Chilcot Inquiry into the Iraq war.
One: Peter Brookes in The Times suggests he was leant on
Two: Steve Bell in The Guardian thinks pressure was applied
Three: Dave Brown in The Independent on suggests arm-twisting
Of course, all these cartoonists are working at the same time, operating under the same time pressures – there’s no suggestion of copying! – which makes it all the more a fascinating insight into the way cartoonists’ minds work. Thanks to Andy Davey for drawing it to our attention.