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Issue: 172
Date: 19 July 1968

Boris Johnson Dominic Raab Boris Johnson
September 2021
The Taliban Joe Biden Parliament Army Soldiers The Taliban
August 2021
Prince Charles Boris Johnson Prince Charles
August 2021
2010s
George Osborne George Osborne
October 2010
David Cameron John Bishop David Walliams David Cameron
April 2012
Gordon Brown David Cameron Nick Clegg Sarah Brown Michael Caine Ed Balls Nick Griffin Gordon Brown
April 2010
2000s
The Queen Sven Goran Eriksson The Queen
May 2002
Guantanamo Bay Guantanamo Bay
January 2002
Princess Anne Tim Lawrence Princess Anne
January 2004
1990s
Ian Hislop Roy Hattersley Ian Hislop
February 1992
Bill Clinton Boris Yeltsin Bill Clinton
September 1998
Neil Kinnock Neil Kinnock
September 1991
1980s
Norman Tebbit Norman Tebbit
May 1986
Neil Kinnock Tony Benn Neil Kinnock
July 1984
Esther Rantzen Desmond Wilcox Esther Rantzen
August 1980
1970s
The Queen The Queen
March 1979
Willie Whitelaw Margaret Thatcher Jim Prior Willie Whitelaw
April 1977
Idi Amin Idi Amin
June 1975
1960s
Kwame Nkrumah Kwame Nkrumah
March 1966
Fifth anniversary Fifth anniversary
October 1966
Alec Douglas-Home Alec Douglas-Home
April 1964
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