Banx

Award-winning cartoonist Jeremy Banks (Banx) has been a professional freelance cartoonist since 1980.

His gags have entertained readers of the FT since 1989 and been published in other newspapers and magazines the world over.

He is also a writer and film-maker.

‘Vote Centrist’

‘They’re Karl Lagerfeld’s cat’s furballs’

‘Made redundant from Honda. Please help’

He’s a radical centrist with a small ‘c’

Opportunity overturns

‘I’m thinking of moving production to Europe’

More from this Series

‘History of Government Shutdowns Museum’

‘Fly Conservation Area’

‘It was all we could afford in the end’

‘State of the Disunion Speech’

‘I’ve been invited to the formal unsigning ceremony’

‘There’s no life jacket under my seat’

Brexit joust joined by a knight on a unicorn

‘How do we know the Irish border actually exists?’

‘I’m just waiting for the UK to tell us what they don’t want’

‘Take us to your opposition leader’

‘Birds migrate — so why shouldn’t we?’

‘Leave means leave the country’

‘Brexit isn’t sparking joy in me any more’

‘Is it too late to renegotiate with the iceberg?’

‘We’ve stopped eating so much red meat since we went on the Brexit diet’