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Issue: 935
Date: 17 October 1997

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
Lauren Silverman Simon Cowell Lauren Silverman
August 2013
English Countryside English Countryside
September 2011
Nigel Farage Conchita Wurst Nigel Farage
May 2014
2000s
Michael Martin Gordon Brown Joanna Lumley Margaret Moran Hazel Blears House Of Commons Michael Martin
May 2009
The Addams Family The Addams Family
March 2005
Ant McPartlin Dec Donelly Ant McPartlin
October 2007
1990s
Barings Bank Barings Bank
March 1995
Michael Heseltine Michael Heseltine
April 1997
Jeffrey Archer Mary Archer Jeffrey Archer
December 1994
1980s
David Owen David Owen
July 1987
Lord Matthews Lord Matthews
June 1980
Princess Diana Prince Charles Princess Diana
November 1987
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The Queen The Queen
October 1972
Prince Philip Prince Philip
May 1971
Harold Wilson Richard Nixon Harold Wilson
January 1970
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Moon Landing Moon Landing
July 1969
Quintin Hogg Quintin Hogg
October 1963
Common Market Common Market
May 1967
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