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Thursday, 30 November, 2000, 14:13 GMT
British Cartoon Awards: The winners
The winners (in bold) and nominees at the British Cartoon Awards.

Gag Cartoonist

1. Tony Husband - Private, Spectator, Oldie, Sun, Express
2. Robert Thomson - Times, Guardian, Private Eye

Neil Bennett - Private Eye, Times Diary
Larry - Oldie, Private Eye
Nick Newman - Sunday Times, Private Eye

Political Cartoonist of the Year

1. Martin Rowson - Guardian, Scotsman, Independent
2. Dave Gaskill - Sun
Dave Brown - Independent
Mac - Mail
Chris Riddell - Observer and New Statesman

Pocket Cartoonist of the Year

1. Jonathan Pugh - Times
2. David Austin - Guardian
Banx - Financial Times
Patrick Blower - Evening Standard
Tim - Independent

Caricaturist of the Year

1. Charles Griffin - Mirror
2. Jonathan Wateridge - Spectator
Nicola Jennings - Guardian
John Springs - Sunday Telegraph
Richard Wilson - Times, The Week

Strip Cartoonist of the Year

1. Tony Husband - Yobs in Private Eye
2. Kevin Pyne - London Life in the Evening Standard

Knife and Packer - It's Grim Up North London in Private Eye
Way and Pugh - Alisdair in The Times
Richard Brookes - This Life in Metro

Advertising Cartoonist of the Year

1. Gary Andrews - Old Speckled Hen
2. Chris Burke - Ottokar's Bookshops caricatures

Lifetime achievement award

Frank Dickens (creator of Bristow)

See also:

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