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Congratulations to the 2016 winners.

Political Cartoon of the Year 2016 – Peter Brookes, The Times

Runner up:
Political Cartoon of the Year 2016 – Ben Jennings, i Newspaper

Political Cartoonist of the Year 2016 – Morten Morland, The Times

Ellwood Atfield, the communications and advocacy headhunter, was delighted to host again the Political Cartoon of the Year Awards on Tuesday 29th November 2016, at St John’s Smith Square, Westminster.

It was a fantastic evening celebrating the UK’s leading cartoonists with over 500 guests from across the National Press, Peers, Members of Parliament and our many friends from the PR and Communications industry. A huge thank you to our guests of honour Rt Hon Ed Balls and Lord Paddy Ashdown for announcing this year’s winners.

We would like to thank Tim Benson, founder of the Political Cartoon Gallery, UK’s National political cartoonists, and our sponsors Instinctif Partners and Heineken for helping us organise this year’s awards. We were also delighted to partner with the knowledge networking firm Editorial Intelligence whose new post-Brexit network, Networking Nations, we will be working closely with in 2017.


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Award Winners

Peter Brookes
The Times
Ben Jennings
i Newspaper
Morten Morland
The Times

Award Entries

Andy Davey
Sun on Sunday
Bob Moran
Daily Telegraph
Brian Adcock
The Independent
Chris Riddell
The Observer
Chris Duggan
The Times
Christian Adams
Daily Telegraph
Dave Brown
The Independent
Dave Kerr
Morning Star
Dave Simonds
The Observer
Ingram Pinn
Financial Times
Kate Evans
Morning Star
Kevin Kallaugher 'KAL'
The Economist
Lorna Miller
Morning Star
Lou McKeever
Mark Winter
Morning Star
Martin Rowson
The Guardian
Patrick Blower
The Times
Paul Thomas
Daily Express
Peter Schrank
Independent on Sunday
Rob Amos
Morning Star
Scott Clissold
Sunday Express
Stanley McMurtry 'Mac'
Daily Mail
Stella Perrett
Morning Star
Steve Bell
The Guardian
Steve Bright 'Brighty'
The Sun

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