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Issue: 266
Date: 25 February 1972

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
Prince Charles Camilla Parker Bowles Prince Charles
November 2013
Margaret Thatcher Margaret Thatcher
April 2013
2000s
Prince Charles The Queen Mother Prince Charles
July 2000
Lord Butler Lord Butler
July 2004
Charles Kennedy Sarah Gurling Charles Kennedy
July 2002
1990s
Christmas Christmas
December 1990
Prince Charles Prince Charles
July 1994
Paul Gascoigne Glenn Hoddle Paul Gascoigne
November 1996
1980s
Margaret Thatcher Ronald Reagan Margaret Thatcher
December 1984
Jeremy Thorpe Jeremy Thorpe
February 1982
Geoffrey Howe Geoffrey Howe
November 1983
1970s
The Queen The Queen
December 1974
Denis Healey Edna Healey Denis Healey
April 1976
Takeo Fukuda Giulio Andreotti Jimmy Carter Jim Callaghan Helmut Schmidt Valery Giscard d'Estaing Pierre Trudeau Takeo Fukuda
May 1977
1960s
Duncan Sandys Duncan Sandys
May 1964
Hugh Gaitskell Harold Macmillan Hugh Gaitskell
March 1962
Prince Charles Prince Charles
June 1969
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