Steve Bell: The Art of Comedy
If the deputy prime minister wants to thump you, you know you’ve touched a nerve. This, reputedly, was John Prescott’s reaction to his comic strip portrayal as a limp, loyal, dim-witted bulldog. Will Henley discovers that when it comes to biting political satire, Steve Bell, cartoonist for the Guardian, pulls no punches.
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