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Issue 512
Date31 July 1981

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
Angela Merkel Angela Merkel
December 2011
David Cameron Michael Gove Boris Johnson Theresa May Nigel Farage Sarah Vine Jeremy Corbyn David Cameron
July 2016
Ed Miliband David Miliband Ed Miliband
October 2010
2000s
Tony Blair Tony Blair
January 2000
The Dome The Dome
January 2000
Jeffrey Archer Mary Archer Jeffrey Archer
July 2001
1990s
Mandy Allwood Paul Hudson Mandy Allwood
August 1996
Robin Cook Gaynor Regan Robin Cook
April 1998
Bill Clinton Hillary Clinton Bill Clinton
December 1993
1980s
Len Murray Len Murray
September 1984
Margaret Thatcher Margaret Thatcher
April 1988
Geoffrey Howe Geoffrey Howe
March 1980
1970s
Alec Douglas-Home Alec Douglas-Home
March 1972
Jim Callaghan Lord Matthews Jim Callaghan
November 1978
Jim Callaghan Jim Callaghan
August 1979
1960s
Anita Ekberg Anita Ekberg
September 1965
Hugh Gaitskell Harold Macmillan Hugh Gaitskell
March 1962
Reginald Maudling Reginald Maudling
September 1962
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