"In Steve Bell...we have a cartoonist whose instinctive radicalism places him clearly on the side of the poor and the oppressed, and against the might of the rich and powerful. One of the most biting and successful cartoonists of his generation"
Unspeakable If... brings together the very best of Steve Bell's dazzling daily Guardian cartoons, from New Labour's mid-election walkover to the present. Bell's cartoons steer a third way through the second phase of King Tony's reign, and a world experiencing the consequences of the 9/11 attacks, war on Afghanistan and Iraq, and the rise and rise of the presidential chimpanzee.
Starring a cast of corporate fat cats, royal frauds, terrorists, embattled Tories, embittered ex-ministers, disgruntled fire-fighters, off-message dictators and messianic world leaders (and penguins), this is a book for anyone with an inkling of just how difficult it is to get a small war started in the Middle-East.