A year in Yorkshire Post cartoons by Graeme Bandeira - Part 2: May to August

An eclectic mix of cartoons reflecting events throughout 2020

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A year in Yorkshire Post cartoons by Graeme Bandeira - Part 2: May to August

Celebrating VE Day.

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75 years on and VE Day celebrations are very muted due to coronavirus.
After lockdown, garden centre reopen as the economy hits rock bottom.
Many people are opting for home grooming during lockdown.
Uproar as Dominic Cummings flouts lockdown rules without punishment.
The Archbishop of York, Dr John Sentamu, retires.
Football returns after a lengthy lockdown lay-off.
Her Majesty the Queen cannot attend Royal Ascot due to the coronavirus.
Armed Forces Day scheduled to be held in Scarborough is cancelled due to the coronavirus.
Cause for celebration as pubs are finally reopened.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak and his magic money tree.
Captain Tom Moore receives his knighthood from Her Majesty the Queen at Windsor Castle.
Gyms are finally reopened and Russian interference in the Brexit referendum resurfaces
The North Yorkshire Moors railway reopens on Yorkshire Day.
Her Majesty the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh holiday in Balmoral.
Her Royal Highness Princess Anne celebrates her 70th birthday.
Education secretary Gavin Williamson under fire after A-level grading shambles.
A message to beachgoers asking them to take their little home over the bank holiday weekend.