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Issue: 248
Date: 18 June 1971

Keir Starmer Rachel Reeves Keir Starmer
February 2024
Claudia Winkleman Lee Anderson Boris Johnson Liz Truss Rishi Sunak Nadine Dorries Claudia Winkleman
February 2024
Paula Vennells Tim Parker Paula Vennells
January 2024
2010s
David Cameron William Hague George Osborne Theresa May Philip Hammond House Of Commons David Cameron
September 2013
David Cameron George Osborne David Cameron
May 2016
Prince Charles Prince Philip The Queen Prince Charles
May 2015
2000s
Tony Blair Tony Blair
September 2000
Prince Charles Prince Charles
November 2003
Tony Blair Tony Blair
June 2004
1990s
Christmas Christmas
December 1994
Ted Heath Saddam Hussein Ted Heath
October 1990
Norman Lamont Norman Lamont
January 1992
1980s
Geoffrey Howe Geoffrey Howe
November 1983
Cecil Parkinson Norman Tebbit Cecil Parkinson
October 1988
1970s
Reginald Maudling Harold Wilson Richard Nixon Alec Douglas-Home Ted Heath Tony Armstrong-Jones Reginald Maudling
December 1971
Ted Heath Ted Heath
October 1974
John Profumo Geoffrey Rippon John Profumo
June 1973
1960s
Harold Wilson George Wigg Mary Wilson Harold Wilson
September 1967
Ted Heath Harold Wilson Ted Heath
March 1966
Light Brigade Light Brigade
January 1968
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