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Issue: 177
Date: 27 September 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
David Cameron Simon Danczuk Karen Danczuk Claire Hamilton Prince Charles Ant McPartlin Dec Donnelly ISIS Jihadi David Cameron
January 2016
Owen Paterson Owen Paterson
February 2014
Jeremy Corbyn Jeremy Corbyn
August 2015
2000s
Christmas Christmas
December 2002
Saddam Hussein Saddam Hussein
July 2004
Tony Blair Gordon Brown Tony Blair
October 2004
1990s
David Owen David Owen
June 1990
Prince Charles Prince Philip Prince Charles
October 1994
John Major Norma Major John Major
July 1993
1980s
Michael Foot Tony Benn Michael Foot
April 1981
Margaret Thatcher Geoffrey Howe Leon Brittan Nigel Lawson Keith Joseph Margaret Thatcher
January 1985
1970s
Jim Callaghan Jim Callaghan
April 1976
Ted Heath Ted Heath
June 1972
Spiro Agnew Richard Nixon Spiro Agnew
October 1973
1960s
Joseph Stalin Joseph Stalin
October 1967
Moon Landing Moon Landing
July 1969
Joseph Stalin Leonid Brezhnev Alexei Kosygin Joseph Stalin
August 1968
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