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Issue: 1359
Date: 7 February 2014

On The Cover: Owen Paterson

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Jeremy Corbyn Daniel Craig Jeremy Corbyn
February 2018
Jacob Rees-Mogg Jacob Rees-Mogg
February 2018
Carillion Carillion
January 2018
2010s
Gordon Brown Piers Morgan Sarah Brown David Cameron Gordon Brown
February 2010
David Cameron David Cameron
April 2016
David Cameron George Osborne William Hague David Cameron
January 2011
2000s
Cherie Blair Richard Madeley Judy Finnigan Cherie Blair
May 2008
Jacques Chirac Jacques Chirac
June 2005
John Major Edwina Currie John Major
October 2002
1990s
Boris Yeltsin Slobodan Milosevic Boris Yeltsin
April 1999
Margaret Thatcher Margaret Thatcher
March 1990
Tony Blair Tony Blair
October 1998
1980s
Nigel Lawson Nigel Lawson
March 1987
Margaret Thatcher Denis Thatcher Margaret Thatcher
April 1984
Margaret Thatcher Nigel Lawson Margaret Thatcher
September 1988
1970s
Lord Denning Lord Denning
April 1977
Ted Heath Harold Wilson Ted Heath
May 1970
Ted Heath Ted Heath
January 1974
1960s
Ian Smith Ian Smith
November 1965
Ted Heath George Brown Ted Heath
February 1967
Prince Philip The Queen Prince Philip
February 1963
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