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POLITICAL CARTOONS VOL 2

Chris Cairns’s widely acclaimed cartoons chronicle the ups and downs of Scottish and world politics each week on Wings Over Scotland. Over 176 pages of full colour cartoons and mordant musings, this second collection looks from behind the sofa and through its fingers at the Brexit vote, Donald Trump, and members of the Tory Party in Scotland. It wonders in awe at the wisdom and professional elan of our ruling classes, warms to the generous humanity of Nigel Farage and pities the hapless Europeans soon to be skewered by David Davis’s fearsome negotiating skills.

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