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A young ragpicker looks over the city from a garbage dump at the Bhalswa landfill site
Photograph: Sajjad Hussain/AFP/Getty Images

 
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My Northern Irish Passport by Oliver Jeffers
‘The result of the Brexit vote throughout England and Wales was a sharp reminder to those of us living in Northern Ireland of how little we are thought of by those on the mainland. This work illustrates my current mindset of the soon-to-be British passport, and the uncertain consequences the vote may have on the already fragile peace upheld since the Good Friday agreement’

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Britain Takes the Biscuit by Emily Gravett
‘No one knows exactly what Brexit will mean for us all in the future. What saddens me is that it has already created division not just among nations, but neighbours and families, too’

Illustration: Pan Macmillan

 
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Narnia by Chris Riddell
‘The hard Brexit fantasists will be judged by future generations who will rightly ask why economic and cultural isolation was preferable to an ever-closer union. When we’ve had our fill of Turkish delight and permanent winter, there will be another referendum’

Illustration: Pan Macmillan

 
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Murmuration of Starlings by Tor Freeman
‘My dad left Scotland as an economic migrant before I was born; I didn’t realise I was an EU citizen until I was 18. When I found out, I was absolutely thrilled to get a passport that would let me live and work anywhere in Europe. Such freedom! It was like all my birthdays and Christmases rolled into one’

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Britain Takes the Biscuit by Emily Gravett
‘No one knows exactly what Brexit will mean for us all in the future. What saddens me is that it has already created division not just among nations, but neighbours and families, too’

Illustration: Pan Macmillan


How does one illustrate the massive failure of Greece?
 
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