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Issue: 1143
Date: 14 October 2005

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
George Entwhistle Chris Patten George Entwhistle
November 2012
David Davis Boris Johnson Theresa May Philip Hammond Amber Rudd David Davis
December 2016
David Cameron Nick Clegg Gordon Brown David Cameron
April 2010
2000s
Tony Blair Pierre-Yves Gerbeau Tony Blair
February 2001
Christmas Angels Christmas Angels
December 2007
Boris Johnson Boris Johnson
April 2006
1990s
Norman Lamont Norman Lamont
December 1992
Ian Paisley Ian Paisley
September 1994
Robin Cook Gaynor Regan Robin Cook
April 1998
1980s
Zola Budd Zola Budd
April 1988
Jim Callaghan Harold Wilson Margaret Thatcher Jim Callaghan
June 1983
Denis Thatcher Denis Thatcher
May 1986
1970s
Keith Joseph Keith Joseph
November 1974
The Queen The Queen
February 1975
Ted Heath Ted Heath
November 1973
1960s
Alf Robens Alf Robens
April 1967
Charles De Gaulle Maurice Couve De Murville Charles De Gaulle
January 1969
Prince Charles Prince Charles
January 1965
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