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Issue: 666
Date: 26 June 1987

On The Cover: The Queen

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
Owen Paterson Owen Paterson
February 2013
Lauren Silverman Simon Cowell Lauren Silverman
August 2013
Theresa May Boris Johnson Theresa May
October 2017
2000s
John Prescott Tony Blair Gordon Brown John Prescott
September 2006
John Prescott John Prescott
September 2002
Tony Blair Tony Blair
August 2003
1990s
House Of Commons House Of Commons
November 1993
Ted Heath Saddam Hussein Ted Heath
October 1990
Prince Philip Elena Ceausescu Nicolai Ceausescu The Queen Prince Philip
January 1990
1980s
Margaret Thatcher Margaret Thatcher
September 1985
Neil Kinnock Glynis Kinnock Neil Kinnock
June 1984
Margaret Thatcher Margaret Thatcher
January 1989
1970s
Reg Prentice Margaret Thatcher Reg Prentice
October 1977
David Owen Joshua Nkomo Robert Mugabe David Owen
May 1978
Princess Anne Princess Anne
July 1976
1960s
George Brown George Brown
November 1966
Bernadette Devlin Bernadette Devlin
September 1969
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