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Issue: 1451
Date: 25 August 2017

Boris Johnson Priti Patel Cressida Dick Boris Johnson
March 2021
Nicola Sturgeon Alex Salmond Nicola Sturgeon
March 2021
Prince Harry Meghan Markle Prince Harry
February 2021
2010s
Lord Rennard Lord Rennard
January 2014
The Queen Prince Philip Prince Charles Camilla Parker Bowles Prince Andrew Prince William Prince Harry Princess Eugenie Princess Beatrice Princess Anne The Queen
February 2012
Prince Andrew Virginia Roberts Jeffrey Epstein The Queen Prince Andrew
January 2015
2000s
Kofi Annan Clare Short Kofi Annan
March 2004
Alastair Campbell Peter Mandelson Alastair Campbell
September 2003
Saddam Hussein Saddam Hussein
January 2003
1990s
Sarah Ferguson Johnny Bryan Sarah Ferguson
August 1992
Malcolm Rifkind Malcolm Rifkind
July 1995
1980s
David Steel Robert Maclennan David Steel
February 1988
Joseph Kagan Joseph Kagan
December 1980
Douglas Hurd Douglas Hurd
May 1988
1970s
Anthony Blunt Anthony Blunt
November 1979
Richard Crossman Richard Crossman
March 1972
Ted Heath Ted Heath
July 1970
1960s
Harold Wilson Harold Wilson
September 1964
Cuban Missile Crisis Cuban Missile Crisis
December 1962
Harold Wilson Ian Smith Harold Wilson
December 1966
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