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The cartoonist PAUL THOMAS finds humor in this dreary year: How we laughed at Lockdown


How we laughed at Lockdown … thanks to our inimitable cartoonist PAUL THOMAS who found humor in that bleak year

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After Harry sensationally resigned from royal life, he flies to "Sandringham Summit" in January, while Meghan stays in Canada

Following Prince Andrew's disastrous Newsnight interview in January, the FBI said they wanted to question him about ties to pedophile Jeffrey Epstein

Following Prince Andrew's disastrous Newsnight interview in January, the FBI says they want to question him about connections with pedophile Jeffrey Epstein

The government sponsors a public hand-washing information campaign in March to avoid the coronavirus as the first national lockdown is imminent

The government sponsors a public hand-washing information campaign in March to avoid the coronavirus as the first national lockdown is imminent

The Mail is launching a new charity, Mail Force, and is flying 20 tons of PPE equipment worth more than £ 1 million from China for the Covid-19 front in April

The Mail is launching a new charity, Mail Force, and is flying 20 tons of PPE equipment worth more than £ 1 million from China for the Covid-19 front in April

In May, government adviser Dominic Cummings claimed he had gone to Barnard Castle, County Durham to check his eyesight

In May, government adviser Dominic Cummings claimed he had gone to Barnard Castle, County Durham to check his eyesight

Protesters tear down a statue of slave trader Edward Colston in Bristol during protests against racism across the country in June

Protesters tear down a statue of slave trader Edward Colston in Bristol during protests against racism across the country in June

There are fears of a coronavirus surge in Dorset in June when large crowds of teenagers come down on the beaches to enjoy the hot weather

There are fears of a coronavirus surge in Dorset in June when large crowds of teenagers come down on the beaches to enjoy the hot weather

A-Level and GCSE results get in disarray in August as the government makes an U-turn in its grades decision

A-Level and GCSE results get in disarray in August as the government makes an U-turn in its grades decision

In August, the government will give employers more discretion as to whether their employees should work from home or in the office

In August, the government will give employers more discretion as to whether their employees should work from home or in the office

After an outcry in September, the BBC overturns its decision not to play Rule, Britannia! Left on the last night of the Proms about colonialism

After an outcry in September, the BBC overturns its decision not to play Rule, Britannia! Left on the last night of the Proms about colonialism

Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced the introduction of Covid Marshals in September to help enforce social gathering rules

Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced the introduction of Covid Marshals in September to help enforce social gathering rules

When Donald Trump loses the US election in November, he claims "election fraud" and refuses to accept the defeat to Democrat Joe Biden with dignity

When Donald Trump loses the US election in November, he claims "election fraud" and refuses to accept the defeat to Democrat Joe Biden with dignity

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