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Rapscallion Magazine. Issue number 7. February, 2019

Rapscallion Magazine. Issue number 7. February, 2019

A bit late I know – but here it is!

By February 24, 2019 Read More →
HARRY MOTTRAM FREELANCE – Cartoon for Print Monthly magazine and website: how just mentioning the word ‘Brexit’ is a cure for insomnia for many people 

HARRY MOTTRAM FREELANCE – Cartoon for Print Monthly magazine and website: how just mentioning the word ‘Brexit’ is a cure for insomnia for many people 

–  Harry’s illustrations and cartoons have appeared in numerous magazines and newspapers. If you would like more information contact him on harryfmottram@gmail.com This one is for Print Monthly Magazine to illustrate their Soap Box feature. There are more cartoons and articles by Harry at www.harrymottram.co.uk

By February 22, 2018 Read More →
HARRY MOTTRAM FREELANCE JOURNALIST – FEATURE: as the politicians negotiate and give mixed signals over Brexit – UK industry is getting more concerned about the uncertainty (and the small matter of the economy taking a dive)

HARRY MOTTRAM FREELANCE JOURNALIST – FEATURE: as the politicians negotiate and give mixed signals over Brexit – UK industry is getting more concerned about the uncertainty (and the small matter of the economy taking a dive)

Worried about the effects of Brexit on business? Feel like your views are being ignored? Harry Mottram says Brexit will not happen—at least not in the way it was proposed. Brexit, but not as we know it When Theresa May emerged triumphant from the post-Brexit referendum Tory leadership battle, she declared that ‘Brexit means Brexit’. It […]

By February 14, 2018 Read More →
Rapscallion Magazine Book Review: season of mists and mellow remainers – a post Brexit novel inspired by Keats but with overtones of comedy sketches by Victoria Wood

Rapscallion Magazine Book Review: season of mists and mellow remainers – a post Brexit novel inspired by Keats but with overtones of comedy sketches by Victoria Wood

Autumn, by Ali Smith A novel that seems to drift through a series of thoughts and scenes as though in a dream that it’s hard at times to realise where it is going. Autumn by Ali Smith’s Autumn is not an easy read as it stops and starts. There’s no overall plot other than to […]

By January 26, 2017 Read More →
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