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Issue: 1152
Date: 17 February 2006

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
Sex Shop Sex Shop
November 2017
Nick Clegg Mike Thornton Nigel Farage Howling Laud Hope Ed Miliband John O'Farrell David Cameron Maria Hutchings Nick Clegg
March 2013
Hilary Benn Jeremy Corbyn Hilary Benn
December 2015
2000s
Tony Blair Pope John Paul II Tony Blair
March 2003
The Queen Sven Goran Eriksson The Queen
May 2002
House Of Commons House Of Commons
October 2009
1990s
Yasser Arafat Yasser Arafat
September 1993
John Major John Major
September 1990
Christmas Christmas
December 1993
1980s
Mark Thatcher Mark Thatcher
April 1984
James Anderton James Anderton
January 1987
Douglas Hurd Douglas Hurd
October 1985
1970s
Denis Healey Edna Healey Denis Healey
April 1976
Ted Heath Vic Feather Ted Heath
August 1972
1960s
Konrad Adenauer Konrad Adenauer
September 1962
Karl Marx Tariq Ali Daniel Cohn Bendit Karl Marx
June 1968
Pope Paul VI Arthur Michael Ramsey Pope Paul VI
April 1966
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