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The World’s Eyes on… Glenrothes

This post was published on Wednesday, November 5th, 2008 8:20 pm. It has been categorised under Comics Great Britain Politics Scotland and been tagged under , , .
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  1. Adrian
    6 November 2008
    9:50 am

    Ha! About two weeks ago there was a wonderful cartoon in the Scotsman. Mr. Brown was hiding behind a hedge while Mrs. Brown tested the temperature of the water (in a pool I think). The First Minister was protrayed, as always, like a fish. However, this time, he looked ‘parana-esque’. Very amusing, indeed!

  2. Ammonius Saccas
    8 November 2008
    4:50 pm

    This cartoon first appeared in the Daily Telegraph.

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