The Winners

We are delighted to announce the 2021 winning Political, Pocket and COVID Cartoons and Cartoonist​s.

Thank you to everyone who voted, thank you to Political Cartoon GalleryProfessional Cartoonists’ Organisation and​, of course, a huge thank you to all the ​cartoonist​s.

We are delighted to support these awards as a way to mark the important role political cartoonists play in terms of maintaining freedom of speech and a free press in our country and around the world.

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The Low Trophy for the Political Cartoonist of the Year
Ben Jennings – The Guardian

Runner-up – The Strube Spoon for the runner up Political Cartoonist of the Year
Patrick Blower – The Daily Telegraph

Gillray Goblet for the Political Cartoon of the Year
Peter Schrank – The Times

Runner-up – Tenniel Tankard for the runner-up Political Cartoon of the Year
Graeme Bandeira – Yorkshire Post

The Sir Osbert Lancaster Award for Pocket Cartoonist of the Year
Jeremy Banx – Financial Times

The Mel Calman Award for the Pocket Cartoon of the Year
Matt – The Daily Telegraph

Runner-up Pocket Cartoon of the Year
James Mellor – Private Eye

COVID Cartoon of the Year
Henny Beaumont – The Guardian

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