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Issue: 192
Date: 25 April 1969

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
Boris Johnson David Cameron Boris Johnson
December 2012
50 Shades Of Grey Tax Avoidance 50 Shades Of Grey
February 2015
David Cameron William Hague George Osborne Theresa May Philip Hammond House Of Commons David Cameron
September 2013
2000s
The Windsors The Windsors
November 2007
Derek Conway Derek Conway
February 2008
Tony Blair Tony Blair
August 2005
1990s
Prince Charles Prince Charles
October 1998
John Major David Frost John Major
January 1993
Douglas Hurd Douglas Hurd
February 1991
1980s
Neil Kinnock Glynis Kinnock Neil Kinnock
June 1984
Peter Tatchell Michael Foot Peter Tatchell
February 1983
1970s
George Brown Malcolm Muggeridge George Brown
July 1970
Michael Argyle Michael Argyle
August 1971
Harold Wilson Richard Nixon Harold Wilson
January 1970
1960s
George Brown George Brown
November 1967
Harold Macmillan Charles De Gaulle Harold Macmillan
January 1963
Charles De Gaulle Maurice Couve De Murville Charles De Gaulle
January 1969
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