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Issue: 654
Date: 9 January 1987

On The Cover: Neil Kinnock

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March 2019
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March 2019
Shamima Begum Declan Donnelly Anton du Beke Paul Merton Shamima Begum
February 2019
2010s
Prince William Kate Middleton Prince William
September 2012
Theresa May Nigel Farage Boris Johnson Liam Fox David Davis Philip Hammond Nicky Morgan Jeremy Corbyn Theresa May
December 2016
God St Pauls Cathedral God
November 2011
2000s
John Prescott John Prescott
September 2002
George W Bush Donald Rumsfeld George W Bush
May 2004
Ulrika Jonsson Sven Goran Eriksson Ulrika Jonsson
May 2002
1990s
Norman Lamont Norman Lamont
June 1993
Princess Diana Princess Diana
August 1995
Tony Blair Gordon Brown Tony Blair
October 1997
1980s
Ronald Reagan George Shultz Ronald Reagan
November 1985
Mark Thatcher Mark Thatcher
April 1984
1970s
Lord Denning Lord Denning
April 1977
Jeremy Thorpe Jeremy Thorpe
February 1976
The Queen The Queen
October 1972
1960s
The Queen The Queen
July 1963
Ted Heath George Brown Harold Wilson Ian Smith Ted Heath
January 1967
Harold Macmillan Harold Macmillan
April 1962
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