‘Good job, Jeremy!’ – terrific satire from Zoom Illustration

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Here’s a terrific satirical comic strip from the Zoom Illustration page on Tumblr. This Writer reckons the artist should get much more recognition so please visit the link at the bottom of the article for more.

The cartoon itself presents a suggestion about the way David Cameron and Jeremy Hunt view junior doctors that has undoubtedly occurred to the battling medics themselves.

NEW TORY CHUMS COMIC UP! David gives Jeremy a reward for the stellar work he’s doing with the NHS.

‘Good Job Jeremy!’ Starring David Cameron, Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt and a junior doctor.

Source: Good Job Jeremy!

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3 Thoughts to “‘Good job, Jeremy!’ – terrific satire from Zoom Illustration”

  1. Terry Davies

    this seems to reflect the attitudes of Hunt and Cameron.

  2. Often a true word said in jest. With buffoon Boris referring to a “Peasants Revolt” by not voting for the Tories, the inevitable cracks in their doomed ideology are beginning to show. Like the Berlin Wall the whole edifice of One Nation Tories will be demolished never to return! (I dearly wish so anyway)

    1. Michael Broadhurst

      so does any right thinking and fair people.

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