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Issue: 549
Date: 31 December 1982

On The Cover: Princess Diana Selina Scott

Theresa May Nigel Dodds Arlene Foster Nigel Farage John Bercow Theresa May
March 2019
Jeremy Corbyn Tom Watson Jeremy Corbyn
March 2019
Shamima Begum Declan Donnelly Anton du Beke Paul Merton Shamima Begum
February 2019
2010s
David Cameron Michael Gove George Osborne Nigel Farage David Cameron
October 2013
Prince Andrew Virginia Roberts Jeffrey Epstein The Queen Prince Andrew
January 2015
Chris Huhne Chris Huhne
February 2013
2000s
Prince Charles Prince Charles
June 2003
Tessa Jowell Tessa Jowell
March 2006
Ken Livingstone Frank Dobson Ken Livingstone
February 2000
1990s
Prince Philip Elena Ceausescu Nicolai Ceausescu The Queen Prince Philip
January 1990
Princess Diana Princess Diana
October 1994
John Major John Major
November 1994
1980s
Arthur Scargill Arthur Scargill
November 1984
Margaret Thatcher Peter Thorneycroft Margaret Thatcher
August 1981
Neil Kinnock Tony Benn Neil Kinnock
July 1984
1970s
Ted Heath Ted Heath
December 1972
Concorde Concorde
January 1976
1960s
The Queen Basil D'Olivera The Queen
September 1968
Ted Heath Ted Heath
October 1965
Harold Wilson Harold Wilson
June 1963
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